Aerothermochemical real-gas effects of transverse jet interactions for Martian Atmosphere

Deepak, N. R. and Boyce, R. R. (2008) Aerothermochemical real-gas effects of transverse jet interactions for Martian Atmosphere. AIAA-2008-2667, School of Mechanical & Mining Engineering Publications, The University of Queensland.


Author Deepak, N. R.
Boyce, R. R.
Title Aerothermochemical real-gas effects of transverse jet interactions for Martian Atmosphere
School, Department or Centre School of Mechanical & Mining Engineering Publications
Institution The University of Queensland
Report Number AIAA-2008-2667
Publication date 2008
Language eng
Subject 090107 Hypersonic Propulsion and Hypersonic Aerodynamics
Abstract/Summary This research focusses on the aerothermodynamics of hypersonic vehicles - a field in which Australia maintains world leadership in niche areas. In particular, we are concerned with the complex flow structures that occur in both external and internal (scramjet engine) flowpaths associated with such vehicles, and for scramjet flowpaths, with the coupling between these structures and the combustion processes that lead to thrust generation.

 
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