Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Part G, Volume (229), No (8), Year (2014-11) , Pages (1495-1509)

Title : ( Performance Investigation of a Supersonic Air Intake in the Presence of the Boundary Layer Suction )

Authors: Mohammd Reza Soltani , Javad Sepahi-Younsi , A Daliri ,

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Abstract

The performance of a supersonic mixed compression air intake has been investigated experimentally. The intake is of axisymmetric one and has been designed for a free stream Mach number of 2.0. The present work has two main goals, first to investigate the performance of the intake without boundary layer bleed at design and at off-design conditions and second to study the effects of a bleed slot on the intake performance. The intake has been tested at free stream Mach numbers of 1.8, 2.0, and 2.2 and at zero degrees angle of attack. Total pressure recovery, mass flow ratio, and flow distortion have been selected to assess the intake performance. The bleed slot is located upstream of the intake throat perpendicular to the compression ramp surface. The suction is applied by the natural pressure difference between the entrance and the exit faces of the bleed duct. Results show that applying the boundary layer suction upstream of the intake throat can considerably improve the intake performance at its design and off-design conditions while it does not affect the intake mass flow rate.

Keywords

, Supersonic intake, boundary layer suction, intake performance, total pressure recovery, mass flow ratio, flow distortion
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author = {Mohammd Reza Soltani and Sepahi-Younsi, Javad and A Daliri},
title = {Performance Investigation of a Supersonic Air Intake in the Presence of the Boundary Layer Suction},
journal = {Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Part G},
year = {2014},
volume = {229},
number = {8},
month = {November},
issn = {0954-4100},
pages = {1495--1509},
numpages = {14},
keywords = {Supersonic intake; boundary layer suction; intake performance; total pressure recovery; mass flow ratio; flow distortion},
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%A Mohammd Reza Soltani
%A Sepahi-Younsi, Javad
%A A Daliri
%J Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Part G
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