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Investigation of the feasibility of an electrogas-dynamic probe for measurements of mean and RMS velocities.
This study involves the investigation of the feasibility of an electrons dynamic (EGD) probe to measure mean and turbulent velocities. The free stream velocity was 185 ft/sec and measurements were made in the wake of a ...
Spectral anemometry with an electrogasdynamic probe.
(Monterey, California ; Naval Postgraduate School, 1971-09)
This study involves the measurement of RMS velocities covering the frequency spectrum 25 to 20,000 hertz using an electro gas dynamic (EGD) probe. Previous work proved the feasibility of this investigation. The flow of ...
Computer modeling of space charge flow in an electrogasdynamic generator
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1972-06)
In an electrogasdynamic (EGD) generator the flow of a neutral medium carrying unipolar electrical charges constitutes an electrical current. A model of the charge flow in an EGD generator was constructed for use in a ...
Controlled turbulence as a design criterion for electric discharge convection lasers
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1974)
The thesis is primarily concerned with the application of controlled turbulence to electric discharge convection lasers (EDCLs). A preliminary design of a closed-cycle, EDCL system has been accomplished. Experimental ...
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Aeronautical Engineering (4)