Wind tunnel pressurization and recovery system
Read Online
Share

Wind tunnel pressurization and recovery system final report for research grant NAG 2-5-5. by

  • 201 Want to read
  • ·
  • 78 Currently reading

Published by University of the Pacific, School of Engineering, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Stockton, Calif, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Equipment specifications.,
  • Materials recovery.,
  • Pressurization.,
  • Refrigerants.,
  • Structural design.,
  • Systems engineering.,
  • Wind tunnels.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-184591.
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15407325M

Download Wind tunnel pressurization and recovery system

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

AEDC-TRw DEC 24 DEC 3 0 DEC 2 5 OCT 2 2 WIND TUNNEL PRESSURE MEASURING TECHNIQUES D.S. Bynum, R.L. Ledford, and W.E. SmothermanFile Size: 7MB. Wind tunnels offer an effective tool to rapidly obtain data associated with flow over scaled or full-scale models. Given their ubiquitous nature and utility, a wind-tunnel design project is a. InTech, , pages, ISBN: This book is intended to be a valuable addition to students, engineers, scientists, industrialists, consultants and others providing greater insight into wind tunnel designs and their enormous research potential. Great wind tunnel book! Very instructive! Contains everything one needs to know about low speed sub-sonic wind tunnel. This is a must have book for anyone who is interested in wind tunnel theory, design and testing. Also, the book arrived within a couple of days, excellent service from ordering to receiving the items. I recommend it!Reviews:

  These major components included the wind tunnel channel and flange, the probes and data acquisition system, and the schlieren flow visualization system. 1. The first team was responsible for the design and fabrication of the wind tunnel channel and flange. First, this team developed an understanding of the theory behind supersonic wind tunnel.   The wind tunnels for lower Mach number are usually continuous wind tunnels, able to work during several hours. At the opposite, a blow-down wind tunnel operates for a short time (from a few seconds to a few minutes), which is determined by the capacity of the compressed air reservoirs upstream and/or the capacity of the vacuum tanks downstream. 4.   Wind tunnels are designed for a specific purpose and speed range and there is a wide variety of wind tunnel types and model instrumentation. The model to be tested in the wind tunnel is placed in the test section of the tunnel. The speed in the test section is determined by the design of the tunnel. Heat recovery ventilation (HRV), also known as mechanical ventilation heat recovery (MVHR), is an energy recovery ventilation system which works between two sources at different temperatures. Heat recovery is a method which is increasingly used to reduce the heating and cooling demands (and thus energy costs) of buildings.

wind tunnel is same as the flow is assumed to be steady. So the mass flow through the tunnel can be evaluated from the flow properties calculated at the test section. The tunnel run time is dependent on the air pressure available in the pressure vessel. The supersonic wind tunnel can operate till the pressure inside the pressure vessel becomes. This wind tunnel is now in operation for about one and a half year. At the moment the same procedure is being utilised to design a LSWT for the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). This wind tunnel will be used for educational and research purposes. It will have a high quality flow, up to 50 m/s, in a test section of 1,4 x 1,0 x 2,0 m 3. It. Measurement of aerodynamic forces. Air velocity and pressures are measured in several ways in wind tunnels. Air velocity through the test section is determined by Bernoulli's ement of the dynamic pressure, the static pressure, and (for compressible flow only) the temperature rise in the airflow. The direction of airflow around a model can be determined by tufts of yarn attached.   Wind tunnel component design by test section criteria;3. Wind tunnel component pressure loss calculation;4. Determining pressure loss throughout the wind tunnel circuit as a functionof the possible flow velocity in the testing section in both open and closedconfigurations;5. Matching wind tunnel components to commercial fans, and.