Experimental Investigation of Jet Mixing of a Co-Flow Jet Airfoil

  title={Experimental Investigation of Jet Mixing of a Co-Flow Jet Airfoil},
  author={B. P. E. Dano and Donnacha Kirk and G Zha},
The jet mixing of a co-flow jet (CFJ) airfoil is investigated to understand the mechanism of lift enhancement, drag reduction, and stall margin increase. Digital Particle Image Velocimetry, flow visualization and aerodynamic forces measurements are used to reveal the insight of the CFJ airfoil mixing process. At low AoA and low momentum coefficient, the mixing between the wall jet and mainflow is dominant with large structure coherent structures for the attached flows. When the momentum… CONTINUE READING


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