2 edition of flying hot wire and related instrumentation found in the catalog.
flying hot wire and related instrumentation
D. E. Coles
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Donald Coles, Brian Cantwell, and Alan Wadcock, California Institute of Technology ; prepared for Ames Research Center|
|Series||NASA contractor report ; NASA CR-3066, NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-3066|
|Contributions||Cantwell, Brian, joint author, Wadcock, Alan, joint author, California Institute of Technology, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
Coles, D., Cantwell, B. & Wadcock, A. The flying hot wire and related instrumentation. NASA CR Coles, D. & Wadcock, A. Flying-hot-wire study of flow past a NACA airfoil at maximum by: Book Author(s): R. Giles Harrison pressure (tube, Pitot and pressure plate anemometers), cooling (hot wire or film anemometer) and the effective speed of sound in a moving reference frame (sonic anemometer). For synoptic meteorology, wind speed and direction is conventionally measured at 10 m above the surface with the wind unobstructed in.
One approach to alleviate this problem is to move a hot-wire probe with a large- enough known velocity to avoid the hot-wire signal rectification that occurs with fixed probes. Coles & Wadcock () used a flying hot wire or hot-wire probe mounted on the end of a rotating arm to measure two velocity components in the separated. D. E. Coles has written: 'The flying hot wire and related instrumentation' -- subject(s): Flow meters, Hot-wire anemometer Asked in Electronics Engineering, Physics What does E stand for in.
single and multiple hot-wire/hot-film probes I Lekakis-Recent citations Comparison of Flying-Hot-Wire and Stationary-Hot-Wire Measurements of Flow Over a Backward-Facing Step O. O. Badran and H. H. Bruun-Measurement and interpretation of space-time correlation functions and derivative statistics from a rotating hot wire in a grid turbulence A. Various types of instrumentation are used to determine the forces on the model. In some wind tunnel tests, the model is instrumented to provide diagnostic information about the flow of air around the model. Diagnostic instrumentation includes static pressure taps, total pressure rakes, laser Doppler velocimetry, and hot-wire velocity probes. A.
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A flying hot-wire technique is proposed for studies of separated turbulent flow in wind tunnels. The technique avoids the problem of signal rectification in regions of high turbulence level by moving the probe rapidly through the flow on the end of a.
Flying hot wire and related instrumentation. [Washington]: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.
flying-hot-wire technique is to increase the relative velocity component along the probe axis, and thus to decrease the relative flow angle, by mounting the probe on the end of a rotating arm.
A flying hot-wire technique is proposed for studies of separated turbulent flow in wind tunnels. The technique avoids the problem of signal rectification in regions of high turbulence level by moving the probe rapidly through the flow on the end of a rotating arm.
The flying hot wire and related instrumentation / By D. (Donald Earl) Coles, joint author. Alan Wadcock, joint author. Brian Cantwell, United States.
Hot-wire measurements have been made in the boundary layer, the separated region, and the near wake for flow past an NACA airfoil at maximum lift. The Reynolds number based on chord was about 1, Special care was taken to achieve a two-dimensional mean flow.
The main instrumentation was a flying hot wire; that is, a hot-wire probe mounted on the end of a rotating by: Special care was taken to achieve a two-dimensional mean flow.
The main instrumentation was a flying hot wire, i. e., a hot-wire probe mounted on the end of a rotating arm. A digital. This book serves as a guide to choosing the most pertinent technique for each type of flow field including: 1D, 2D, 3D, steady or unsteady, subsonic, supersonic or hypersonic.
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Coles, Alan Wadcock, Brian Cantwell, United States. The flying hot wire and related instrumentation. Abstract. A flying hot-wire technique is proposed for studies of separated turbulent flow in wind tunnels.
The technique avoids the problem of signal rectification in regions of high turbulence level by moving the probe rapidly through the flow on the end of a rotating arm. New problems Author: D. Coles, B. Cantnell and A. Wadcock. Construction of the Hot Wire Instrument.
The construction of the hot-wire instruments is shown in the figure below. The current whose magnitude is used to be determined is passed through the platinum-iridium wire.
The hot wire instrument uses two-wire. The one wire. The main instrument used in this research was Flying X Hot-Wire Anemometry (FHWA). Stationary (single normal) Hot-Wire Anemometry (SHWA) was also used. Comparative measurements between the SHW probe and the FHW system were conducted downstream of the step (step height H = mm) and results are presented for axial locations of 1H and by: 4.
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The temperature rise, which is proportional to the square of the current, is measured by the expansion of the wire. Such instruments can be used for either direct current or alternating current. A flying hot-wire arrangement has been developed for the measurement of the velocity characteristics of the flow around airfoils, and particularly in regio The mechanism and signal processing system are described and appraised by comparing stationary and flying wire measurements obtained in the trailing edge region of a flap at an angle of attack which leads to upper-surface by: This is a good second book for those already familar with constructing basic RC (radio control) flying models out of foam and are ready to expand their knowledge and construction skills.
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