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An investigation of the transonic pressure drag coefficient for axi-symmetric bodies

Eddy Priyono

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Published
**1994**
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
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Written in English

This thesis investigates the pressure drag coefficient in the transonic regime over an axi-symmetric body, with a set of unique contour surfaces developed in a previous thesis. The contour surfaces were obtained by an exact solution of the small perturbation transonic equation, using the guidelines and tools developed at NPS. In this work, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) was not only used to compute the afterbody contour surface, but also to investigate a conical afterbody and complete bodies, which are composed of an arbitrary forebody (ellipsoid) and a variable afterbody (contour and conical). Euler as well as Navier-Stokes flow-solvers were applied to the geometries of interest, giving Mach-number contours for viscous and inviscid flow, pressure drag coefficient magnitude, and depicting shock wave location. On the basis of these results, it can be verified that our contour surface afterbodies will decrease by 15% the peak of the pressure drag coefficient (C sub d) versus Mach number curves in the transonic regime. These results can be used to design low pressure drag surfaces for such as missiles, projectiles and aircraft engine nacelles

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Transonic shockwave motion over a NACA aerofoil undergoing linear acceleration and deceleration was reported by [10] for magnitudes of 5g and 10g. Pressure coefficient was shown to vary significantly between the unsteady and steady state cases for low transonic Mach numbers ( The pressure coefﬁcient is approximately. () Equation () is a valid approximation for small perturbations in subsonic or supersonic ﬂow. For 2-D ﬂows over planar bodies it is sufﬁcient to retain only the ﬁrst term in () and we use the expression. () For 3-D ﬂows over slender approximately axisymmetric bodies we.

Viscious Drag Computation for Axisymmetric Bodies at High Reynolds Numbers. Experimental investigation of hydrodynamic force coefficients over AUV hull form. Ocean Engineering, Vol. 36, No. 1. Design of axisymmetric bodies with minimum transonic drag. The present measurements confirm the earlier measurement by Güven. The well- known drop in drag coefficient in the critical Reynolds regime (2 × 10 5.

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By Eddy Priyono. Download PDF (6 MB) distribution is unlimitedThis thesis investigates the pressure drag coefficient in the transonic regime over an axi-symmetric body, with a set of unique contour surfaces developed in a previous thesis.

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Figures 16 and 17 show that the total drag coefficient and the pressure drag coefficient basically increase as the Mach number increases. They rapidly change under the subsonic and transonic condition with increasing the Mach number.

Abstract. The numerous experiments that have been made on drag-reducing devices for two-dimensional bluff bodies have been used as a guide to indicate promising lines of investigation for axi-symmetric bodies.

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