Oscillating Airfoil Velocity Field During Large Amplitude Dynamic Stall
Van Dyken, R.D.
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The leading edge flow field of an airfoil executing a. sinusoidal oscillatory motion and experiencing dynamic stall under compressibility conditions has been studied using a two component LDV system. Phase averaged mean velocity measurements and some flow quantities derived from it are presented and discussed. The results indicate extremely large accelerations of the flow are present around the leading edge with mean velocity values 60% higher than and instantaneous velocities as large as 1. 75 times the free stream velocity. The velocity profiles at certain locations over the airfoil resemble that of a wake.
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