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Fundamental data obtained from shock-tube experiments.

Ferri, Antonio

Fundamental data obtained from shock-tube experiments.

by Ferri, Antonio

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Published by Published for and on behalf of Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, by Pergamon Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shock tubes.,
  • Chemistry, Physical and theoretical.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    SeriesAGARDograph, no. 41
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL500 .N6 no. 41, TL567.S4 .N6 no. 41
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 415 p.
    Number of Pages415
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5801127M
    LC Control Number60014576

    needed for hydraulic shock tube investigations. Fig. 3. Numerical air shock tube long duration, both ends closed. Fig. 4. Experimental air shock tube long duration, both ends closed. Fig. 5. Hodograph for outflow from a partially pressurized tube. An Experimental Analysis and Demonstration of the Non-Steady Flow in a Shock Tube The Internet Archive offers o, freely downloadable books and texts. There is also a collection of million modern eBooks that may be borrowed by anyone with a free account. Borrow a Book Books on Internet Archive are offered in many formats, including DAISY.

    Typical data from the experiments is shown in Figure 3. We observe the same time patterns after a Mach shock interaction as seen in the earlier work, and find that asymmetries in the initial condition correlate with the three post-shockflow patterns in over 90% of the + experiments performed. Biographic Memoirs Volume 86 contains the biographies of deceased members of the National Academy of Sciences and bibliographies of their published works. Each biographical essay was written by a member of the Academy familiar with the professional career of the deceased.

    All of the loads are obtained using sheet explosive charges of various forms, from flat to semicylindrical to completely cylindrical surrounding the model and flat charges suspended at various standoffs in a shock tube. In support of the experiments, the self-similar solutions for blast waves from intense explosions are used to calculate the. E. Exit Optics for the Shock Tube F. Calibration Optics EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM AND DATA ANALYSIS A. Shock Tube Measurements l. gas properties 2. Qualitative data 3. Quantitative data B. Calibration Procedures 1. Monachromator slit function 2. Determination of the intensity loss factor F 3. Relation of shock tube intensity data to.


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Fundamental Data Obtained from Shock-Tube ExperimentsAuthor: A. (Editor) Ferri. Fundamental data obtained from shock-tube experiments. New York, Published for and on behalf of Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, by Pergamon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

Griffith W.C. In the book “Fundamental Data obtained from Shock Tube Experiments”, ed. Ferri A., p.Pergamon Press ().

Google ScholarAuthor: Tatiana V. Bazhenova. A brief account of the history of development of shock tubes throughout the world, the USSR, and Belarus is given. The principle of operation of a shock tube and some results for high-temperature gasdynamics obtained on shock tubes in the past years are shown.

In these studies, the role of Rem Ivanovich Soloukhin is noted as a pioneer of experiments on shock tubes at the G. Cited by: Book review Full text access Space research II.

Proceedings of the second international space science Symposium: H. van der Hulst, C. de Jager, A. Moore (Eds.): North Holland Amsterdam, xv + pp.

guilders. The performance of a shock tube, and the theoretical behavior shown in Figs. may be calculated by methods discussed in AE relating to moving shock waves and expansion regions. 3 For example, the relationships described by Eqs.

(below) can be derived for ourFile Size: KB. The magnitudes of the rate coefficients were generally lower than the currently accepted values obtained in previous shock‐tube investigations, especially the value for k d (N) which, although it was found to be about 10 times greater than k d (Ar), was six times less than two previous by: This research adopts a shock tube 16 meters long and with a 9 cm bore to create a supersonic, high-temperature, and high-pressure flowfield to observe the gasification and ignition of HTPB solid fuel under different environments.

Also, full-scale 3D numerical simulation is executed to enhance the comprehension of this complex phenomenon. The CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) code is Cited by: 2. Penner, "The Determination of Absolute Intensities and f-Numbers from Shock-Tube Studies," in Fundamental Data Obtained from Shock-Tube Experiments, pp.

Author: K.G.P. Sulzmann. A chemical shock tube driven by a detonation driver is described in the present paper.

This shock tube can produce a single controlled high-temperature pulse for studies of gas-phase reaction. An explicit solution is given to the one‐dimensional hydrodynamic shock tube problem.

The dynamic and thermodynamic quantities in the quasisteady states and the properties of the resulting waves are derived from the diaphragm pressure ratio and the initial conditions of the driver gas and the driven liquid.

The planar flow results also apply, at the instant of diaphragm rupture, to the Cited by: Experimental and Numerical Study of Pressure in a Shock Tube.

Results obtained from experiments are compared with numerical simulations using the LS-DYNA R software. This book provides the.

Shock tube experiments: methods and results Stanford has one of the largest and best-equipped shock tube laborator ies in the United States, perhaps in the world, with five shock tubes: three large-diameter [12, 14, and 15 cm internal diameter (I.D.)] high-purity shock tubes ; one heated.

Whether it is used to drive a shock tunnel or simply used by itself, the shock tube must have a test time long enough to obtain the desired data.

In the conventional shock tube, the test gas is placed in the driven tube and heated and accelerated by the incident shock wave.

This accelerated flow is called region 2 (see Figure I for wave diagram). @article{osti_, title = {Review of experiments and calculations of the compressible richtmyer-meshkov instability from a single-mode, nonlinear initial perturbation}, author = {Peyser, T.A.

and Murray, S.D. and Farley, D.R. and Logory, L.M. and Stry, P.E. and Budil, K.S. and Burke, E.W.}, abstractNote = {We review experiments and calculations of the compressible Richtmyer-Meshkov. The shock tube is an instrument used to replicate and direct blast waves at a sensor or a model in order to simulate actual explosions and their effects, usually on a smaller scale.

Shock tubes (and related impulse facilities such as shock tunnels, expansion tubes, and expansion tunnels) can also be used to study aerodynamic flow under a wide range of temperatures and pressures that are.

Experimental and numerical study of shock wave propagation over cylinders and spheres A. Abe', K. ~akayama', agreement was obtained between the experiment and numerical result.

Shock tube Experiments were carried out in a 60 mm X mm shock tube. Its sketch is. To facilitate the studies, new data acquisition and analysis systems for shock tube experiments were developed along with LabVIEW-based software. Techniques for proper mounting of piezoelectric sensors in square shock tubes were also worked out.

Evolutions of the blast waves simulated with a 9-inch square shock tube inside and. Experiments and diagnostics are complicated, so team members are still gathering data they eventually will incorporate into codes used at Sandia and.

Technical Report: Experimental study of the Richtmyer-Meshkov instability induced by a Mach 3 shock wave. User Tools. Cart.J. Melguizo-Gavilanes and L. Bauwens, A comparison between constant volume induction times and results from spatially resolved simulation of ignition behind reflected shocks: implications for shock tube experiments, Shock Waves, 23, 3, (), ().Cited by: Using MRI data of the minipig, we will construct a mesh to represent the entire head and neck of the minipig that is detailed enough for the calculation of intracranial responses for comparison with biomechanical measurements and with the injury data obtained from our blast experiments, including histological data.