Convective Heat Transfer and Friction in a Thin Laminar-Turbulent Boundary Layer on the Permeable Surface of a Blunted Cone of Small Elongation

Authors: Gorskiy V.V., Savvina A.G. Published: 12.12.2022
Published in issue: #4(143)/2022  

DOI: 10.18698/0236-3941-2022-4-33-43

Category: Aviation and Rocket-Space Engineering | Chapter: Aerodynamics and Heat Transfer Processes in Aircrafts  
Keywords: сonvective heat transfer, friction, momentum loss thickness, boundary layer


Solving the problem of calculating convective heat transfer and friction in the laminar-turbulent boundary layer involves the need for numerical integration of differential equations, supplemented by those or other semiempirical models of apparent turbulent viscosity, which should be validated on the results of experimental studies, carried out in conditions, providing simulation of the gas dynamic picture of body flowing by a gas stream. Unfortunately, at present, there are no literature data on studies of laminar-turbulent heat exchange on the permeable surface of a blunted body, and under these conditions, one has to go by the way of comparing the calculated data with the results of experiments carried out on sharp bodies. Literature sources describe the results of studies carried out for a hemisphere, in which one of the semi-empirical models of apparent turbulent viscosity is used, tested on the results of experiments carried out on the impermeable surface of such shaped body. In this case, it was possible to obtain a physically consistent picture of the influence exerted by blowing gas through the wall on the degree of blocking of the convective heat flow. In the absence of qualitative experimental data on this issue, it seems reasonable to apply in practice the considered semi-empirical model of apparent turbulent viscosity to estimate the degree of blocking of convective heat flow and friction under the specified conditions. This article is devoted to the solution of a similar problem for the lateral surface of a blunted cone

Please cite this article in English as:

Gorskiy V.V., Savvina A.G. Convective heat transfer and friction in a thin laminar-turbulent boundary layer on the permeable surface of a blunted cone of small elongation. Herald of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Series Mechanical Engineering, 2022, no. 4 (143), pp. 33--43 (in Russ.). DOI: https://doi.org/10.18698/0236-3941-2022-4-33-43


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