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Computation of the tip vortex flowfield for advanced aircraft propellers

Computation of the tip vortex flowfield for advanced aircraft propellers

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in [Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Propellers, Aerial.,
  • Viscous flow -- Computer simulation.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNASA-CR -- 182179., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182179.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15291379M

    The unsteady flowfield of a propfan operating at takeoff conditions with angular inflow is examined by solving the three-dimensional Euler equations. The operating conditions considered are: Mach number = , advance ratio = and inflow angle to the propfan =°. Lim, Teck-Bin and Sankar, L. N., 'Viscous Flow Computations of Flow Field around an Advanced Propeller," AIAA Paper Lim, Teck-Bin and Sankar, L., “A technique for the prediction of propeller induced acoustic loads on aircraft surfaces,” AIAA Paper ?q=node/2.

    Using different tip speed ratios, the near-wake velocity field of a horizontal-axis wind turbine (HAWT) model was simulated. The distributions of the near-wake velocity behind the HAWT rotor are obtained. Furthermore, the development of the wake is shown. The resulting data can be used to identify and better understand the physical attributes of the complex flow field, as well as to aid in the   the blade and in the tip vortex shed by the advancing blade. Vortex Shedding Mechanisms Vibration induced from the flow over sea chest openings has been a troublesome feature in some ships and has prevented the meeting of localised comfort criteria. Such

      • The three-dimensional flowfield over a lifting surface does result in a drag force, even if the flow is inviscid. • This is due to the effective change in the angle of attack along the wing induced by the trailing vortex system. • It is one part of the total drag due to lift and written as. AR e C C L D i ⋅ = π   Lim, Teck-Bin and Sankar, L. N., 'Viscous Flow Computations of Flow Field around an Advanced Propeller," AIAA Paper Lim, Teck-Bin and Sankar, L., “A technique for the prediction of propeller induced acoustic loads on aircraft surfaces,” AIAA Paper


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Computation of the tip vortex flowfield for advanced aircraft propellers Download PDF EPUB FB2

An earlier Phase I effort established the feasibility of computing the tip flow field in advanced aircraft propellers using a forward-marching computation procedure. The effort demonstrated the capability of the forward-marching procedure to compute generation and roll-up of the tip vortex Get this from a library.

Computation of the tip vortex flowfield for advanced aircraft propellers. [United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;] The flow over a finite-span hydrofoil creating a tip vortex was numerically studied by computing the full Navier-Stokes equations. A good agreement in pressure distribution and oil flow pattern was achieved between the numerical solution and available experimental :// /Numerical-Study-of-the-Steady-State-Tip-Vortex.

The tip vortex flowfield plays a significant role in the performance of advanced aircraft propellers. The flowfield in the tip region is complex, three-dimensional and viscous with large secondary Gaggero et al.

() conducted experimental observation and numerical study of the tip for conventional and ducted propellers (tip leakage vortex).

Two-layer realizable k − ϵ model in conjunction with the Schnerr–Sauer cavitation model was used to predict the cavitating tip vortex. Although the numerical results generally were satisfactory, they observed that, for instance, all the   The flow field at the tip region of a scaled DHC Beaver aircraft propeller, running at transonic speed, has been investigated by means of a multi-plane stereoscopic particle image velocimetry setup.

Velocity fields, phase-locked with the blade rotational motion, are acquired across several planes perpendicular to the blade axis and merged to form a 3D measurement ://   The potentially favorable interaction of a propeller slipstream with a wingtip is a complex problem, because of the importance of vortex interaction and viscous effects.

This paper examines the capability of different propeller modeling methods in a Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) solver for the simulation of wingtip-mounted ://   Mean and Turbulence Measurements in the Near Field of a Wingtip Vortex. Calculation of tip vortex cavitation flows around three-dimensional hydrofoils and propellers using a nonlinear k-ε turbulence model.

Topology of a Trailing Vortex Flow Field with Steady Circulation Control ://   An implicit higher-order discontinuous Galerkin(DG) spatial discretization for the compressible Euler equations in a rotating frame of reference is presented and applied to a rotor in hover using hexahedral grids.

Instead of auxiliary methods like grid   The idea of obtaining higher efficiencies of ship propellers by modifying the tip of the blades, which lead to the present design, was originally initiated by a paper by Prandtl and Betz [].In they conducted a series of wind tunnel tests with aircraft wings fitted with elliptical end plates and found considerably improved lift-drag ratios at higher :// AIRCRAFT DESIGN (1): A Conceptual Approach Daniel P.

Raymer 1 本书的特点. 该教科书是美国 AIAA 系列教材, 发行量大. 自年第一版问 世以来,年出了第二版(局部修改), 年又出了第三版, 对内容进行了较大扩充;当前为第四版.? › 百度文库 › 专业资料 › 工程科技 › 交通运输. A line vortex is defined as a vortex structure wherein all of the circulation in the vortex is concentrated at its axis.

In a two-dimensional flow field, the cross-section of the vortex flow field would then appear as a point vortex wherein the swirl velocity is given by v θ =Γ/2πr.

The solutions found are shown to yield realistic results A review of up-to-date methods for incorporating the results of hydrodynamic studies in the sailing vessel design process is given. It is shown that a requirement for design evaluation is a Velocity Prediction Program (VPP) which simultaneously accounts for all the effects of design features and their :// Modification of the Baldwin-Barth model to better predict the Reynolds stress measurements also improved the prediction of the mean velocity field.

A modified tip geometry was also tested to show that an appropriate cross section design can delay cavitation inception in the tip vortex without reducing the propeller :// Frequent flight conflicts will be observed as the number of aircrafts increases, and such conflicts will cause unprecedented challenges in flight safety; thus, the flight characteristics of small aircrafts under the wake flow of a large airliner should be thoroughly analyzed.

Combined with the sliding mesh technique, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) method is proposed in this paper to During the ground operation of propeller aircraft, the interaction between the ground and the flow field produced by the propeller may lead to the generation of a vortex originating on the :// Hybrid methods can be used for efficiency, typically using Navier-Stokes solutions near the blade and some vortex method for the rest of the flow field.

Sources for the derivations of the equations are Lamb (), Morse and Feshback (), Garrick (), A shley and Landahl (), and Batchelor (). High efficiency and low fuel consumption make the contrarotating open rotor (CROR) system a viable economic and environmentally friendly powerplant for future aircraft.

While the potential benefits are well accepted, concerns still exist with respect to the vibrations and noise caused by the aerodynamic interactions of CROR systems.

In this paper, emphasis is placed on the detailed analysis of   VOL. 15, NO. 7, JULY J. AIRCRAFT Wing Design by Numerical Optimization Raymond M. Hicks* NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif. and Preston A. Hennet Douglas Aircraft Co., Long Beach, Calif. A study was conducted to assess  › 百度文库 › 高校与高等教育.

In the present work, a comparison between the results obtained by a panel code with a Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) code is made to obtain a better insight on the viscous effects of the ducted propeller and on the limitations of the inviscid flow model, especially near bollard pull conditions or low advance ratios, which are important in the design stage.

The analysis is carried out. Ducted propellers are unconventional systems that are usually adopted for ship propulsion. These devices have recently been studied with medium-fidelity computational fluid dynamics code (based on the potential flow hypothesis) with promising results.

However, these tools, even though they provide a good prediction of the forces and moments generated by the blades and the duct, are not able to   , On the vortex theory of screw propellers, Proceeding of the Royal Society (A), pp – Rosen, A.

and Graber, A., Free wake model of hovering rotors having straight or curved blades, J American Helicopter Soc,33, (3), pp 11 – Propeller Design Workshop Presented by David J. Gall Gall Aerospace 1. Propeller Aerodynamics How Propellers Work 1.

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