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Studies of the spreading of rocket exhaust jets at high altitudes
Abstract A convenient analytical method for predicting the spreading of highly underexpanded rocket exhaust jets has been developed. Solutions are very close to those obtained by the method of… Expand
Four Electromagnetic Shock Tube Experiments to Demonstrate Some High-Temperature High-Speed Flow Phenomena
Four experiments are discussed that demonstrate some basic phenomena associated with electromagnetic shock tubes. The experiments utilize simple techniques and are appropriate for a senior level or… Expand
Light Emission from Hydrodynamic Cavitation
The characteristics of light emission from hydrodynamic cavitation are given. Changes were examined for small variations in water temperature, pressure, and gas content. Using oxygen, nitrogen, and… Expand
EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF JET SPREADING FROM SUPERSONIC NOZZLES AT HIGH ALTITUDES
Advances in Plasma Dynamics, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Northwestern University, Biennial Gas Dynamics Symposium, 6th, Evanston, Ill., August 25-27, 1965, Proceedings.
COUPLING EFFICIENCY OF THE RADIO FREQUENCY PLASMA TORCH.
Physico-chemical diagnostics of plasmas : proceedings of the fifth biennial Gas Dynamics Symposium
- T. Anderson
THE EFFECT OF RECOMBINATION RATE ON THE FLOW OF A DISSOCIATING DIATOMIC GAS
- T. Anderson
- 1 September 1961
Abstract : The flow of a chemically reacting gas through a divergent nozzle is considered. A pure diatomic gas is assumed to dissociate and recombine according to seven distinct recombination rate… Expand
Magnetohydrodynamics: Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Gas Dynamics Symposium