Theses and Dissertations
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Interaction of a vortex pair with a free surface.
The trailing vortices generated by the control planes of submarines give rise to surface signatures in the form of scars and striations. Two counter-rotating vortices were generated in a novel experimental system and their ...
An investigation of the hot corrosion protectivity behavior of platinum modified aluminide coatings on nickel-based superalloys.
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1987-03)
The adverse operating environments encountered by marine gas turbine components has necessitated the development of various protective coating systems. Diffusion aluminide coatings have been used successfully for many ...
Dynamic analysis of the flexible boom in the N-ROSS Satellite.
Accurate ocean data is essential for successful fleet operation. The N-ROSS Satellite, which is being developed for this mission, will carry a Low Frequency Microwave Radiometer ( LFMR ). The LFMR consists of large ...
Experimental investigation of the effect of curature on heat transfer in a curved rectangular channel of high aspect ratio.
An experimental investigation was conducted to study convective heat transfer in straight and curved rectangular channels of high aspect ratio that approximate plates of infinite extent. Experiments were performed at steady ...
A multibody dynamic analysis of the N-ROSS satellite rotating flexible reflector using Kane's method.
The Navy Remote Ocean Sensing System ( N-ROSS ) satellite is being developed to supply accurate data on ocean parameters for fleet operations. A Low Frequency Microwave Radiometer ( LFMR ), a large flexible reflector ...
Condensation heat-transfer measurements of refrigerants on externally enhanced tubes.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1987)
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