An analysis of supersonic aerodynamic heating with continuous fluid injection

Klunker, E G Ivey, H Reese
naca-report-990
1950


An analysis of the steady-state aerodynamic heating problem at high-supersonic speeds is made for two-dimensional flows with laminar boundary layers. The aerodynamic heating is shown to be reduced substantially by injecting a small amount of coolant through a porous surface into the boundary layer. The analysis includes calculations of the cooling requirements and equilibrium surface temperatures for flat plates and for an equilibrium surface temperatures for flat plates and for flat porous surfaces with several rates of fluid injection at Mach numbers from 5 to 15 and altitudes from sea level to 200,000 feet. Some calculations of the skin friction are also included.

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