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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2015 Vol.16 No.7 P.551-561

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.A1500021


A survey of drag and heat reduction in supersonic flows by a counterflowing jet and its combinations


Author(s):  Wei Huang

Affiliation(s):  Science and Technology on Scramjet Laboratory, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha 410073, China

Corresponding email(s):   gladrain2001@163.com

Key Words:  Hypersonic vehicle, Drag reduction, Heat release reduction, Counterflowing jet, Forward-facing cavity, Energy deposition


Wei Huang. A survey of drag and heat reduction in supersonic flows by a counterflowing jet and its combinations[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2015, 16(7): 551-561.

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Abstract: 
drag reduction and thermal protection is very important for hypersonic vehicles, and a counterflowing jet and its combinations is one of the most promising drag and heat release reduction strategies. In the current survey, research progress on the drag and heat release reduction induced by a counterflowing jet and its combinations is summarized. Three combinatorial configurations are considered, namely the combination of the counterflowing jet and a forward-facing cavity, the combination of the counterflowing jet and an aerospike, and the combination of the counterflowing jet and energy deposition. In conclusion, some recommendations are provided, especially for jet instability protection, for the tradeoff between drag and heat release reductions, and for the critical points for the operational and geometric parameters in the flow mode transition.

This paper deals with the drag reduction techniques used for hypersonic vehicle. It is a survey on the different techniques used like aerospike, counterflow injection or cavities. It is finally concluded that a combination of those techniques offers the best perspectives for reducing the drag.

逆向喷流及其组合体在超声速气流中减阻防热功效研究进展

概要:总结归纳国内外逆向喷流及其组合体在超声速气流中减阻防热功效的研究进展,并给出逆向喷流在某些应用领域的建议,特别是喷流的不稳定性保护、减阻与热防护之间的权衡以及流动模态转换的工作参数和结构参数临界点选取等。
关键词:高超声速飞行器;减阻;热防护;逆向喷流;前向凹腔;能量沉积

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