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Effect of pylon wake with and without pylon blowing on propeller thrust

Effect of pylon wake with and without pylon blowing on propeller thrust

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerodynamics.,
  • Propellers, Aerial.,
  • Airplanes -- Motors -- Thrust.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGarl L. Gentry, Jr., Earl R. Booth, Jr., and M.A. Takallu.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 4162.
    ContributionsBooth, Earl R., Takallu, Mohammad Ali, 1948-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14664485M

    Wake gain definition is - an increase in the propeller thrust of a ship due to the forward motion of the wake. Wake turbulence is a phenomenon resulting from the passage of an aircraft through the atmosphere. The term includes vortices, thrust stream turbulence, jet blast, jet wash, propeller wash, and rotor wash both on the ground and in the air.

    PROPELLER PERFORMANCE TEST The test apparatus shown in Figure 1 is to be used in the open-throat wind tunnel to measure propeller performance. This test rig was designed and built here for the research work of a Ph.D. student. We will be measuring thrust, torque and rate of Size: 26KB. wake and the nominal wake are different before any attempt was made to develop a theoretical explanation. It is customary in developing a major ship design to test a model together with a propeller in a towing tank. One of the quantities determined is the thrust identity wake fraction, which is defined as Vs- VA (1) WT Vs ’File Size: 1MB.

    Mechanisms of evolution of the propeller wake in the transition and far fields 3 distance between two consecutive blade wakes seems to play a role in the slipstream instability mechanism, especially at the starting point of the tip and hub vortex destabilization. (ii) Wake evolution in the transition and the far regions. The dynamics of the. On the hunt for a durable pylon? Wake Essentials is happy to offer optimal wakeboard pylons, equipped with high strength fastening systems. Shop now!


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Effect of pylon wake with and without pylon blowing on propeller thrust Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Effect of pylon wake with and without pylon blowing on propeller thrust. [Garl L Gentry; Earl R Booth; Mohammad Ali Takallu; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.]. The efficacy of pylon trailing-edge blowing to reduce the momentum deficit in the pylon wake was confirmed by stereoscopic particle-image-velocimetry measurements between. Jet-wake effect of a high-bypass engine on wing-nacelle interference drag of a subsonic transport airplane, (Washington, National Aeronautics and Space Administration; [for sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.], ), by James C.

Patterson and Stuart G. Flechner (page images at HathiTrust. There are many graphs of Wake Fraction/Block Coefficient made for various hull forms showing that relationship. It is interesting to note that Wake Factor is related to Block Coefficient linearly which establishes a direct correlation between the.

The average amplitude of the pressure fluctuations on the pylon surface decreased by 85% between high thrust conditions (J = ) and the zero thrust condition (J ≈ ). Direct detailed measurements of wake velocity at the position of the propeller plane can be carried out in the absence of the propeller.

These provide a detailed knowledge of the wake field for detailed aspects of propeller design such as radial pitch variation to suit a particular wake, termed wake adaption, or prediction of the variation in Author: Anthony F.

Molland, Stephen R. Turnock, Dominic A. Hudson. Modeling Geared Turbofan and Open Rotor Engine Performance for Year Long-Range and Short-Range Aircraft Effect of Pylon Wake With and Without Pylon Blowing on Propeller Thrust,” NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VI, Report No. TM Modelling Geared Turbofan and Open Rotor Engine Performance for Year Long-Range and Author: Francesco Saverio Mastropierro, Joshua Sebastiampillai, Florian Jacob, Andrew Rolt.

The purpose of this experiment was to determine how an airplane propeller’s angle of pitch affected thrust.

I became interested in this idea when I found out that flying an airplane costs a lot of money and if the propeller was producing maximum thrust then flying a plane wouldn’t cost as much. Wake-field. When the ship is sailing ahead, the friction of the hull will create a boundary layer of water around the hull.

The velocity of the water on the surface of the hull is equal to that of the ship, but is reduced by the distance from the surface of the hull. Influence of the Turbulence Closures for the Wake Prediction of a Marine Propeller E. Guilmineau, G.B.

Deng, A. Leroyer, P. Queutey, M. Visonneau, J. Wackers propellers or bodies without having recourse to overlapping grids, a sliding grid approach has been where T is the thrust of the propeller and ρ the density of the water, and the File Size: 2MB. The Athens, Georgia group Pylon were one of the great unsung heroes of '80s post-punk, and Live captures them in December at the peak of their local popularity.8/   "Tests were made to investigate the variation of thrust distribution over the propeller disk with angle of pitch of the propeller thrust axis and to determine the disposition and the minimum number of rakes necessary to measure the propeller thrust.

The tests were made at a low Mach number for a low and a high blade angle with the propeller operating at three small angles of pitch, and some of Cited by: 4. The propeller pushes the air behind if you are viewing from the aircraft (or propeller). The propeller generates lift by creating a high pressure if you are in a frame of reference out of the aircraft.

Both are equivalent and can be used to describe what is going on. This post was triggered by a relevant discussion on the subject and the asymmetries in a SHSS that might be encountered in a prop aircraft. There are a number of different propeller induced effects on the weathercock stability (Cn_beta) and dihedral effect (Cl_beta) of an aircraft.

Although no rule of thump is applicable, the following provide. This question focus on jet airliners. The De Havilland Comet's engine were mounted inside the wing, the Concorde's engines were mounted underwing (as many jet engines) but without pylon.

It seems jet airliners' engines are now mounted on pylon. That assumption goes wherever the engine is mounted (underwing or at the rear of the aircraft).What are the advantages of doing so (aerodynamic. I’ll limit my answer to the discussion of pylons on military aircraft.

They are obviously required to be aerodynamic, with a particular eye towards reduction of parasitic drag, and modern designs often have a low radar cross section as a priority.

ANALYSIS OF THE WAKE BEHIND A PROPELLER USING THE FINITE ELEMENT ME'I'HOD WITH A TWO-EQUATION TURBULENCE MODEL I by Without him this work could not have been completed.

I owe a lot to Dr. Grossman for building up the theoretical time or propeller thrust per unit area T. time interval or augmented thrust. Wake fraction obtained by the thrust and torque identity rules are similar to each other, though they significantly differ.

To be more strictly, two independent wake fractions shall be used. The thrust-identity wake is a part of the ship manoeuvring motion prediction, while the torque-identity wake governs the propeller shaft behaviour. SIMULATION OF PROPELLER EFFECT IN WIND TUNNEL propeller with thicker blades can be designed; that is aerodynamically similar in the operational range of thrust and torque coefficients, the diameter of the propeller, the diameter of the propeller hub and the numbers of the blades arestill kept.

Model and testing deviceFile Size: 1MB. The wing pressure distribution of 34% span (on the inboard side of the pylon, approaching the pylon) of original configuration and optimized one is shown in Fig.

The optimization shows that the suction peak has been cut down and the strength of shock wave has been weakened. The cross section of pylon pressure distribution is shown in Fig Cited by:.

propeller side of the propulsion system, as far as the axial vibration is concerned. This eliminates the effect of engine excitation on the supporting structure of the thrust bearing. A three-blade propeller with a diameter of mis attached to one end of the propeller shaft and placed in a water tank (× × m3) as shown in.A pylon turn is a flight maneuver in which an aircraft banks into a circular turn, in such a way that an imaginary line projecting straight out the side of the aircraft (nominally the wing) points to a fixed point on the ground.

The maneuver originated early in the 20th century in air racing. In some contexts, simply making a turn around a fixed point on the ground (such as a physical pylon.Effect of Propeller on Airplane Dynamics When the line of action of the thrust (propeller axial force) passes above or below the vertical CG of an aircraft, aircraft pitching moments are produced when thrust exists (Figure ).

The magnitude of this effect increases with angle of attack and thrust. It may be most.