Delta wing vortex manipulation using pulsed and steady blowing during ramp pitching

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  • Angle of attack.,
  • Delta wings.,
  • Spanwise blowing.,
  • Vortex breakdown.,
  • Water tunnel tests.

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StatementJ. Moreira and H. Johari.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-199624.
ContributionsJohari, H., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15419012M

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[J Moreira; H Johari; United States. National Aeronautics and. The effectiveness of steady and pulsed blowing as a method of controlling delta wing vortices during ramp pitching has been investigated in flow visualization experiments conducted in.

Emphasis in this study is on possible supersonic flow structures and vortex breakdown during the pitching motion of a delta wing. Unstructured grid, k–ω SST turbulence model and a dual-time. The manipulation of characteristic vortex flow instabilities, which occur in the flow around delta wings, is of great interest for increasing the performance of such configurations.

This work presents experimental results of vortex flow manipulation on generic delta wing configurations using pulsed blowing slot actuators along the leading edge. The. The delta wing is a wing shaped in the form of a triangle. It is named for its similarity in shape to the Greek uppercase letter delta (Δ).

Although long studied, it did not find significant applications until the jet age, when it proved suitable for high-speed subsonic and supersonic the other end of the speed scale, the Rogallo flexible wing proved a practical design for the hang.

problems for a delta wing. Since the aerodynamic performance of a delta wing can be improved by controlling the vortex breakdown, there are many studies of the aerodynamic performance of a delta wingand the flow control techniques.

One of them is blowing. The characteristics of the vortex breakdown were studied using the laser light sheet.

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Don't let the radical shape fool you - the Delta Vortex is an everyday sport model at heart. For much more detailed. delta wing used had a chord length of C = mm at a sweep angle of = The thickness of the delta wing was mm.

It was beveled at an an-gle of 34 on its windward side. The impingement plate had a length of L p = mm and a thickness of t p= mm. The distance between the trailing edge of the delta wing and the leading edge of.

A Discrete-Vortex Method for Studying the Wing Rock of Delta Wings Thomas G. Gainer Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia A discrete-vortex method has been developed to model the vortex flow over a delta wing and to force due to nonzero velocity at primary vortex center, lb steady pressure force on wing in x-direction, lbCited by: 3.

The vortex lift is the method by which highly swept wings (like delta wings) produce lift at high angles of attack. In the case of wings having sharp, highly swept leading edges like delta wings, the leading-edge separation vortex phenomenon occurs at subsonic speeds.

However, the separation does not destroy the lift as in the case of low sweep. Vortex lift is a form of lift generated by delta wings operating at high angles of attack. 2 Advantages and disadvantages. 3 Among animals. Vortex lift works by capturing vortices generated from the sharply swept leading edge of the wing.

The vortex, formed roughly parallel to the leading edge of the wing, is trapped by the airflow and remains. Counter-Rotating Vortices formed by Converging Vortex Generator (Half Delta Wing). EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON UNSTEADY VORTEX SEPARATION AND CONTROL ABOUT A DELTA-WING-BODY COMBINATION Liu Zhitao1 and Jiang Yubiao2 and Huang Yong3 ABSTRACT In this paper the experimental results and analysis concerned with unsteady aerodynamic characteristics and vortex flow over a delta-wing-body combination at high angle.

The capability of the DDES method to capture the unsteady vortical flows around a 76°-sweep DW undergoing a pitch-up motion to 90° was verified. The Reynolds number based on the root chord is × 10 6 and the Mach number is The pitch-up motion is defined by α = time step is set aswhich corresponds to steps in the entire by:   Liu J., Sun H., Xiao Z.

() Vortex Breakdown Flows Around a Double-Delta Wing During Pitching Motion Based on DDES. In: Hoarau Y., Peng SH., Schwamborn D., Revell A. (eds) Progress in Hybrid RANS-LES Modelling.

HRLM Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 10 March Cited by: 3. Vortex Burst Behavior During Dynamic Pitching, 70 o Delta Wing Dynamic Equivalent Steady (DES) Effect of Dynamic Pitching Group Velocity Change due to Pitching Convection of Vorticity from Leading Edge The “Cobra” Maneuver The Forebody Coning Motion Wingtip vortices are circular patterns of rotating air left behind a wing as it generates lift.

One wingtip vortex trails from the tip of each wing. Wingtip vortices are sometimes named trailing or lift-induced vortices because they also occur at points other than at the wing tips. Indeed, vorticity is trailed at any point on the wing where the lift varies span-wise (a fact described and.

Flow over a delta wing at 30 deg angle of attack using Delayed Detached eddy simulations (DDES) turbulence model Simulation made by ANSYS Fluent 18 (Academic version) Constant vorticity iso. spiral vortex flow associated with a 60° delta wing at an angle of attack of 12O.

This spiral vortex flow has also been observed in flight, as illustrated by the photograph of a landing of the XBairplane (fig. 2(b)). The flow was made visible by condensation due to the humidity of the atmosphere. (a) Wind tunnel (from ref. (b) FlightCited by: The typical angle of attack for maximum lift of a delta wing is about 35°, which is much higher than for a two-dimensional airfoil.

The delta wing is, therefore, suitable for highly maneuverable aircraft. In this paper, experimental results for delta wings is reviewed. The review is made from the perspective of fundamental fluid dynamic Cited by: The modification of the tip vortex generated by a rectangular NACA wing via a tip-mounted slender half-delta wing (HDW) was attempted experimentally at Re=×10 addition to the increase in lift with increasing HDW deflection, compared to the baseline wing, the roll-up process of the tip vortex was also found to be significantly modified, as a result of the breakdown of the Cited by: 8.

ABSTRACT An investigation of the vortex breakdown phenomenon using flow visualization qualitatively and quantitatively was conducted with a 70° delta wing under conditions of steady and unsteady pitch, roll and combinations of pitch and roll.

Instantaneous structure of vortex breakdown on a delta wing Joseph Towfighi position during the transient relaxation process after cessation of pitching motion 69 times immediately following the pitching maneuver of a delta wing to an angle of attack of 40°. The transient motion of the onset of vortex breakdownCited by: 1.

vortex generated by the sharp leading edge of a sweptback wing at incidence; at the time these were described respectively as an orderly spiral motion and a turbulent spiralling. The experiments of Peckham and Atkinson z using water-vapour condensation trails along the.

At first, many modelers think the Delta Vortex utilizes a foam wing, but it doesn't. It's a traditional design with ribs and spars, sheeting and capstrips. The kit features balsa and ply-wood parts that are machine-cut and sanded to their final shape using templates for accuracy.

Problem C Laminar Flow around a Delta Wing Overview A laminar flow at high angle of attack around a delta wing with a sharp leading edge and a blunt trailing edge. As the flow passes the leading edge it rolls up and creates a vortex together with a secondary vortex. The vortex system remains over a long distance behind the wing.

This problem. Wind-energy Augmentation Using the Delta-wing Vortex A. Al-Salaymeh, M. Zgoul, H. Khalidi and S. Habali* ABSTRACT Energy obtained from wind is proportional to the cubic wind speed and thus a small increase in wind speed will lead to a large magnification (augmentation) of the wind energy.

Exposing a WEC to such magnified wind speed. Greetings mega-brains. A delta wing configuration, because it does not have a separation between the main wing and the horizontal tail which holds the pitch control surface(s), has a natural aerodynamic, temporary control reversal when initiating a pitch maneuver from a steady-state, trimmed, unaccelerated condition.

A characteristic of a delta-wing is that it is almost unstallable and continues to give large lift forces even at very large angles of attack, although at the penalty of high drag 6,7. local flow over a delta wing had, for practical purposes, reached a new steady condition in approximately the time taken for the stream to move one chord length.

Subsequent to these preliminary experiments, Dore 4 developed a theoretical treatment which yielded results directly comparable with the Size: 2MB. Being a Delta addict and wanting something that wasn't built for all out speed the BTE Delta Vortex looks just the job, the ARF kit would be nice but not much chance of finding one this side of the pond so doing one by plan (very reasonable price on Ebay) looks like the way forward, has anyone done this, would this make a decent first plan build.

Vortex Bursting Over a Unit Area Aspect Ratio Delta Wing Using Vortex Paneling Methods [Donald A. Lorey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Vortex Bursting Over a Unit Area Aspect Ratio Delta Wing Using Vortex Paneling MethodsAuthor: Donald A. Lorey. In the study, the vortex and wake characteristics were computed for three classic wing designs: the elliptic wing, and wing designs developed in classic studies by.

Effect of Sweep Angle on the Vortical Flow over Delta Wings at an Angle Journal of Engineering Science and Technology DecemberVol. 9(6) secondary vortex occurs very close to the leading edge, while the primary vortex sits above the wing, slightly behind the secondary vortex.

The smaller tertiaryFile Size: 2MB. One possibility, analogous to a mechanism thought to stabilize an attached vortex on delta-wing aircraft such as Conco is that base-to.

The Delta wing geometry The Delta wing that is used in the current study has a 70o sweep angle, a chord length c=mm, a spanwise length of mm and a thickness of 15mm. Additional details regarding the Delta wing geometry are given in fig Figure 1.

Delta wing geometry This Delta wing was designed in LFMT in order to perform. Analysis of Transonic Flow on a Slender Delta Wing of vortex breakdown on the wing is under-predicted. From analysis of the solutions, it is area of delta wing vortical flow which is not so well understood is the behaviour of the flow under transonic conditions.

Within this regime, complex interactions between shockwaves and the. Flying the Delta Vortex: Well, I have now put more than flights on the Delta Vortex and it is a fantastic plane. I had a number of problems at first linked to the O.S.

91 engine. After I replaced the needle valve, needle valve assembly, and needle valve O rings, I corrected the air leak that was causing problems. vibration. In recent years, there have been a number of studies of vortex impingement upon various appendages ofmodels ofthe FA,CF,FC,and YF aircraft as well as simple delta wing representations ofaircraft.

Lee, Cavone, and SuzukiI show, for example, the general equivalence between vortex breakdown on a model FA and a delta wing. SHOCK EFFECTS ON DELTA WING VORTEX BREAKDOWN. Figure Vortex Breakdown Location for Both Computational and Experimental Results.

The objective of this paper is to use CFD to investigate the cause of the sudden motion of breakdown location towards the apex. CFD STUDY. A CFD study was undertaken using several codes, grids and.The bound vortex coincides with quarter-chord line of the element and is therefore, aligned with the local sweepback angle.

In a rigorous theoretical analysis, the vortex lattice panels are located on the mean chamber of the wing and, when the trailing vortices leave the wing, they follow a curved path.

However, for many engineering applications,Cited by: 2.Actually, on a delta wing, there is no distinct tip vortex, the LEV starts near the nose of the airplane and runs along the top surface to the tip, where it is dumped overboard just like a regular tip vortex.

The difference between a LEV and an ordinary tip vortex is that the LEV has a larger surface to act upon, thus it can turn some of the.

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