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Investigation of the Heat Transfer Coefficients on the Body Surface in High Speed Flow
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Volume 2, 2015
Issue 4 (July)
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Authors
[1]
Yuri Ivanovich Khlopkov, Department of Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Zhukovsky, Russia.
[2]
Vladimir Alekseevich Zharov, Department of Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Zhukovsky, Russia.
[3]
Zay Yar Myo Myint, Department of Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Zhukovsky, Russia.
[4]
Anton Yurievich Khlopkov, Department of Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Zhukovsky, Russia.
Abstract
The development of high speed aircraft technology requires continuous improvement of the research processes of heat exchange on the surface of the aircraft. In this paper present the methods for calculating the heat transfer coefficients on surface of high-speed aircrafts. The effective length method is suitable to calculate convective heat transfer on surface body in laminar and turbulent boundary layer at high-speed flows. The engineering methods to calculate heat transfer coefficients on the surface of aircrafts in hypersonic flows are also presented.
Keywords
Effective Length Method, Boundary Layer, High-Speed Aerodynamics, The Convective Heat Flux, Local-bridging Method
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