3 edition of Parametric fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins found in the catalog.
Parametric fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins
Jerry M. Allen
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, Available from NASA Center for AeroSpace Information (CASI) in Hampton, Va, Hanover MD
Written in English
|Other titles||Parametric fin body and fin plate database for a series of 12 missile fins|
|Statement||Jerry M. Allen.|
|Series||[NASA technical memorandum] -- NASA/TM-2001-210652, NASA technical memorandum -- 210652.|
|Contributions||Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
The roll moment coefficients are computed from the flow field solution and compared with the experimental results. The results show good agreement with the experimental measurements for various flight Mach numbers. The aerodynamic characteristics of these two fins are similar to each other from the numerical by: 2. A Semi-Parametric Time Series Approach in Modeling Hourly Electricity Loads JUN M. LIU,1 RONG CHEN,*2,3 LON-MU LIU2 AND JOHN L. HARRIS4 1 Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia, USA 2 University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA 3 Peking University, Beijing, China 4 Progress Energy, Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina, USA ABSTRACTCited by:
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Consider T-shaped first-order assembly with two elemental fins (L 0 × t 0) and one first-order fin (L 1 × t 1) as shown in Fig. material is isotropic, thermal conductivity k is constant, the heat transfer coefficient h of fin is uniform over all the exposed surfaces, and the top of fin can be considered as adiabatic. Specified are the heat transfer rate through the root section (q 1 Cited by: If you build model rockets you will probably know that aligning the fins on your rocket can be a fiddly task. From measuring up the tube, to mounting the fins at right angles to the body, mistakes can lead to a rocket that does not fly quite true. I looked at the commercially available jig from Estes as well as some other DIY solutions. However I wanted something simple to use that .
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Parametric fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Allen, Jerry M. Parametric fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.
Parametric fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins (OCoLC) Online version: Allen, Jerry M. Parametric fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.
A cooperative experimental investigation has been performed to obtain a systematic fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins. These data are intended to complement and extend the information contained in the Triservice missile project and to provide a systematic set of experimental data from which fin-body interference factors can be : Jerry M.
Allen. Allen, J. M.: Parametric Fin-Body and Fin-Plate Database on a Series of 12 Missile Fins. NASA/TM, Januaryp. Organization RB Program No.
Parametric Fin-Body and Fin-Plate Database for a Series of 12 Missile Fins NASA TM Wing-Alone Aerodynamic Characteristics for High Angles of Attack at Supersonic Speeds Jan J. Abstract: A missile-fin data base for a wide range of configurations and flow conditions was obtained.
These data were incorporated into an engineering method for predicting the aerodynamic characteristics of typical cruciform configurations over a wide range of angles of attack, fin deflection angles, roll angles, and Mach numbers.
A cooperative experimental investigation has been performed to obtain a systematic fin-body and fin-plate database for a series of 12 missile fins.
fins, fluted fins, wavy fins and fins with non-standard geometry are possible. The most common ones are pin-fins whose cross section can be round, square, hexagonal, elliptical, or any other suitable geometry. There are mainly two types of fin profiles used in conventional pin-fin design– rectangular fins and circular pin-fin.
12 'Adder' medium-range air-to-air missile. The fins are not so common in the West, but can be seen on the Massive Ordinance Air Blast (MOAB). The aerodynamics of grid fins has been under investigation since by the US Army Missile Research and Development Center (MRDEC) .
However, the first known CFD calculations on grid fins were. missile with grid fins. A grid fin is an unconventional lifting and control surface that consists of an outer frame supporting an inner grid of intersecting planar surfaces of small chord.
The calculations were made at a mach number of and angle of attack 0 for a missile with grid fins. The simulations were also successful in calculating File Size: 3MB. For all the experiments, generic fins were used with a mm base, mm height, and a 23º rake (similar to the FCS G) with a maximum foil thickness of 6 mm for the side fins, and a maximum foil thickness of 12 mm for the middle fin, as shown in Figure 6 (b).File Size: 1MB.
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ttawthmme, Califon_ia Sponsoring Agency Name and Address National Aeronautics m_(t Space A(ln_inistration. aerodynamic coefficients for a missile with grid fins. that consists of an outer frame supporting an inner grid of interesting planar surfaces of small chord.
of attack 10o for a missile with grid fins. determining the flow structure around the fin in the separated-flow region at the higher angles of attack.
DTIC ADB A Compilation of Static Stability and Fin Loads Data for Slender Body Missile Models with and without Tail Fins and Wings. Volume 2. Appendixes A through E.
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The temperature distribution in the fin is axial symmetric. There is no heat source in the inner part of the fin, e. Thermal radiation effects are negligible. The present research investigates the transient analysis of two- dimensional cylindrical fin with finite Size: KB.
Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Fusion contains a series of thirteen tutorial style lessons designed to introduce Autodesk Fusionsolid modeling and /5(12). DTIC ADB A Compilation of Static Stability and Fin Loads Data for Slender Body Missile Models with and without Tail Fins and Wings.
Volume 3. Appendix F. Test Number 6 by Defense Technical Information Center. 1 2 Allen, J. M., “Parametric Fin-Body and Fin-Plate Database for a Series of 12 Missile Fins,” NASA TMJanuary 1 3 Allen, J. M., “The Triservice Missile Database,” NASA TMJune Simulation of Missiles with Grid Fins using an Unstructured Navier-Stokes solver coupled to a Semi-Experimental Actuator Disc Ph.
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D= L= D= L= TABLE 4: Heat flux and minimum temperature for Aluminum circular fin with varying geometrical parameters. From above tables we conclude 1. When length is increased by 25% keeping diameter constant, it is observed that there is % increase in heat flux.
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