Jet vane heat transfer modeling
Nunn, Robert H.
Kelleher, Matthew D.
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A computational and experimental investigation has been undertaken to study the heat transfer characteristics of jet vanes used in thrust vector control systems. A computational model based on the PHOENICS code is being developed to predict the surface distribution of heat transfer coefficient over a jet vane immersed in a high temperature, high speed rocket exhaust. An experimental program is also being developed to verify the computational model.
NPS Report NumberNPS-69-86-010
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