Gas Flow in Nozzles

Gas Flow in Nozzles

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642867927
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 05/19/2012
Series: Springer Series in Chemical Physics , #29
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986
Pages: 428
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction.- 2. General Theory of Nozzle Gas Flows.- 2.1 Basic Equations and Problem Formulation.- 2.1.1 Basic Equations.- 2.1.2 Characteristics.- 2.1.3 The Direct Problem.- 2.1.4 The Inverse Problem.- 2.2 Some Elementary Theories.- 2.2.1 One-Dimensional Theory.- 2.2.2 Radial Flows or Source/Sink Flows.- 2.2.3 Prandtl-Meyer Flow.- 2.3 Variational Problems of Gas Dynamics of Internal Flows.- 3. Numerical Methods of Studying Nozzle Gas Flows.- 3.1 Methods of Solving Relaxation Equations.- 3.2 Methods of Calculating Plane and Axisymmetric Supersonic Flows.- 3.2.1 Method of Characteristics.- 3.2.2 Shock-Smearing Methods.- 3.3 Methods of Calculating Three-Dimensional Supersonic Flows.- 3.3.1 Method of Characteristics.- 3.3.2 Difference Methods.- 3.4 Methods of Solving the Inverse Problem of the Theory of Nozzles.- 3.5 Methods of Solving the Direct Problem of the Theory of Nozzles.- 4. Asymptotic Methods in the Theory of Nozzles.- 4.1 Source-Sink Method and Inverse Problem for Incompressible Fluid.- 4.1.1 Plane Flow.- 4.1.2 Axisymmetric Flow.- 4.1.3 Three-Dimensional Flow.- 4.1.4 Solution of the Inverse Problem for Incompressible Fluid.- 4.2 Expansion in a Stream Function Series.- 4.2.1 Three-Dimensional Flow.- 4.2.2 Plane and Axisymmetric Flows.- 4.2.3 Two-Phase Flows.- 4.3 Asymptotic Methods in the Transonic Region.- 4.3.1 Method of Small Perturbations.- 4.3.2 Series Expansion in the Vicinity of a Rectilinear Sonic line.- 4.4 Solution in the Neighbourhood of the Infinite Point in the Subsonic Region.- 4.5 Method of Small Perturbations for Flows Close to Radial.- 5. Nozzles of Jet Engines.- 5.1 Flow Peculiarities in the Subsonic and Transonic Parts of a Nozzle.- 5.1.1 Nozzle with a Rectilinear Surface of Transition.- 5.1.2 Nozzle with a Curvilinear Surface of Transition.- 5.1.3 Local Deceleration Zones.- 5.1.4 Optimum Shape of the Subsonic Part of a Nozzle.- 5.1.5 Flow Rate Coefficient and Critical Pressure Drop in Nozzles with Curvilinear Transition Surfaces.- 5.1.6 Profiling of the Acceleration Part of a Jet Engine Nozzle.- 5.2 Profiling of Supersonic Parts of Jet Engine Nozzles and Impulse Losses.- 5.2.1 Profiling of Supersonic Parts of Jet Engine Nozzles.- 5.2.2 Impulse Losses.- 5.2.3 Thrust Changes Caused by Deviations from the Design Flow Regime.- 5.2.4 Numerical and Experimental Simulation of Flows in Jet Engine Nozzles.- 5.3 Main Principles of Choosing a Jet Engine Nozzle.- 6. Flows with Physico-Chemical Transformations.- 6.1 Isentropic Flows and Intermolecular Interaction.- 6.1.1 Isentropic Flows.- 6.1.2 Intermolecular Interaction.- 6.2 Flows with Nonequilibrium Chemical Reactions.- 6.2.1 Basic Equations, Method of Prediction and the One-Dimensional Approximation.- 6.2.2 Major Characteristic Features of Chemical Nonequilibrium Flows.- 6.2.3 Plane and Axisymmetric Flows.- 6.2.4 Approximate Methods of Calculating Nonequilibrium Flows.- 6.3 Flows with Vibrational Relaxation.- 6.3.1 Relaxation Equations and Methods of Prediction.- 6.3.2 Results of Calculations in the One-Dimensional Approximation.- 6.3.3 Plane and Axisymmetric Flows.- 6.4 Two-Phase Flows.- 6.4.1 Basic Concepts: One-Dimensional Approximation, Equilibrium and Frozen Flows.- 6.4.2 One-Dimensional Nonequilibrium Flows Without Phase Transitions; Impulse Losses.- 6.4.3 One-Dimensional Flows with Interacting Particles.- 6.4.4 One-Dimensional Flows with Phase Transitions.- 6.4.5 Flows in Axisymmetric and Plane Nozzles.- 6.5 Conductive Gas Nozzle Flows in the Presence of an Electromagnetic Field.- 6.6 Multilayer Nozzle Flows.- 6.6.1 One-Dimensional Approximation.- 6.6.2 Axisymmetric Flows.- 7 Special Nozzles, Three-Dimensional Flows, Viscosity Effect.- 7.1 Annular Nozzles and Wind Tunnel Nozzles.- 7.1.1 Some Schemes of Annular Nozzles and Methods of Calculation.- 7.1.2 Off-Design Flow Regimes in Annular Nozzles.- 7.1.3 Wind Tunnel Nozzles.- 7.2 Conical Nozzles.- 7.3 Swirling Nozzle Flows.- 7.3.1 Introductory Notes.- 7.3.2 Radially Balanced Flows.- 7.3.3 Axisymmetric Swirling Flows.- 7.4 Three-Dimensional Nozzle Flows.- 7.4.1 Some Results of Analytical and Experimental Studies.- 7.4.2 Method of Small Perturbations and Determination of Side Forces and Moments.- 7.4.3 Numerical Investigation of Three-Dimensional Nozzle Gas Flows.- 7.4.4 Experimental Studies of Side Forces and Moments.- 7.5 Flows at Small Reynolds Numbers.- Nomenclature.- References.

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