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Alternative TitleAn Engineering Prediction Method for Aerodynamic Performance of Waverider with Hypersonic Viscous Interaction
李维东; 韩汉桥; 陈文龙; 王发民
Source Publication宇航学报
Other AbstractAs one of the important physical effects of hypersonic vehicles at high altitude and high Mach number states,hypersonic viscous interaction can have great influence on aerodynamic characteristics of these vehicles.Based on the hypersonic viscous interaction theory and the reference temperature method,a new hypersonic viscous interaction effect considered engineering prediction method for aerodynamic characteristics of the hypersonic waverider is presented in this paper,to overcome shortcomings of some traditional method.At altitudes from 30 km to 70 km and Mach numbers from 15 to 20,through a comparison between the aerodynamic performances predicted by the proposed method,the traditional method the and CFD method,the validation of the proposed method is verified
Keyword乘波飞行器 高超声速 粘性干扰 气动特性
Subject Area力学
Indexed ByEI ; CSCD
Funding Organization国家自然科学基金(10772186)
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Corresponding Author李维东
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李维东,韩汉桥,陈文龙,等. 考虑高空粘性干扰效应的乘波体气动性能工程预测方法研究[J]. 宇航学报,2011,32(6):1217-1223.
APA 李维东,韩汉桥,陈文龙,&王发民.(2011).考虑高空粘性干扰效应的乘波体气动性能工程预测方法研究.宇航学报,32(6),1217-1223.
MLA 李维东,et al."考虑高空粘性干扰效应的乘波体气动性能工程预测方法研究".宇航学报 32.6(2011):1217-1223.
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