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Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2019.
Calculation of profiles lift and drag. (flux externes) Forces in aerodynamics and hydrodynamics Major head loss and pressure drop. (internal flows) The friction and turbulence in pipes Sizing pump or turbine in a fluids networks of aeraulic or hydraulic. power of a pump or a turbine The purpose of this site is to initiate providing software and tools ludic reflection, fast and applied to specific projects. By navigating through links with curiosity, you will develop a basic understanding of fluid mechanics that will serve you every day for your projects. As support, a software tool developed in a spirit of pedagogical simplification, brings together the basic tools to handle projects of fluid mechanics. This site provides support online software fluid mechanics:
Saved by uncleflo on December 7th, 2016.
Classic tonal screech noise created by under-expanded supersonic jets; Long Penetration Mode (LPM) supersonic phenomenon -Under-expanded counter-flowing jet in supersonic free stream -Demonstrated in several wind tunnel tests -Modeled in several computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations; Discussion of LPM acoustics feedback and fluid interactions -Analogous to the aero-acoustics interactions seen in screech jets; Lessons Learned: Applying certain methodologies to LPM -Developed and successfully demonstrated in the study of screech jets -Discussion of mechanically induced excitation in fluid oscillators in general; Conclusions -Large body of work done on jet screech, other aero-acoustic phenomenacan have direct application to the study and applications of LPM cold flow jets. For the Oral/Visual Presentation in which this video was presented, please see the following link in the NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS, http://ntrs.nasa.gov): http://hdl.handle.net/2060/20150016244
Saved by uncleflo on April 2nd, 2014.
This NACA airfoil series is controlled by 4 digits e.g. NACA 2412, which designate the camber, position of the maximum camber and thickness.
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