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Acoustic repulsion of jets of gas

Arthur Taber Jones

Acoustic repulsion of jets of gas

by Arthur Taber Jones

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sound.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (Ph. D.)--Clark university, 1913.

    Statementby Arthur Taber Jones ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC243 .J7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 50 p.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6589947M
    LC Control Number16018600
    OCLC/WorldCa9884458

    include the composition of the gas, the pressure of the gas and the temperature of the gas. The American Gas Association Report No. 10 Speed of Sound in Natural Gas and Other Related Hydrocarbon Gases provides an accurate method for calculating the speed of sound in natural gas and other related hydrocarbon Size: 1MB. parameters. Lighthill’s acoustic analogy has shown that sound intensity depends strongly on jet exit velocity. For low-speed jets, dimensional analysis of Lighthill’s equation shows that theacoustic intensity scales as U8, a trend corroborated by experiments in cold jets [7]. For hot jets, the power-law exponent ranges from to

    Properties of Gases Particle Velocity of a Gas. The particle velocity of a gas flow at any point can be defined as the average velocity (in meters per second, m/s) of the air molecules passing through a plane cutting orthogonal to the flow. The term ``velocity'' in this book, when referring to air, means ``particle velocity.'' It is common in acoustics to denote particle velocity by lower-case. The Acoustic Analogy and Alternative Theories for Jet Noise Prediction Philip J. Morris* Department of Aerospace Engineering The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA , U.S.A. and F. Farassat t Aeroacoustics Branch NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA , U.S.A. *Boeing/A. D. Welliver Professor, Associate Fellow, AIAAFile Size: 1MB.

    Acoustic velocities for natural gas are calculated as a function of temperature, pressure, and gas gravity. The method is based on a generalized equation of state for natural gas that may also be used to calculate a number of thermodynamic properties such as specific internal energy and isentropic expansion. Educational site for teaching of Aerodynamics, Gas Dynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Propulsion and Aircraft Performance at a University Level.


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The alternate form comes from the statistical mechanics derivation in which is the number of gas molecules in the volume, and is Boltzmann's this formulation (the kinetic theory of ideal gases), the average kinetic energy of the gas molecules is giventemperature is proportional to average kinetic energy of the gas molecules, where the kinetic energy of a molecule with.

of fluids and gas transfer across the air–sea interface. Also important, mainly in connection with the production of wind-generated low-frequency (less than 1kHz) ambient noise in the ocean (Urick ), are the acoustic properties of bubble plumes formed by Cited by: The whole gas injection consists of several regions as shown in Fig.

1, a jet region, a transition region, a plume region, a two-phase turbulent zone of gas dispersed in liquid, a liquid recirculating zone, and sloshing waves formed on the surface of the bath when the gas flow rate is high us past experimental studies (e.g.,) suggested that a buoyant jet flow can be divided into Cited by: A pulse detonation engine (PDE) is a type of propulsion system that uses detonation waves to combust the fuel and oxidizer mixture.

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Acoustic Source Modeling for High Speed Air Jets M.E. Goldstein and Abbas Khavaran National Aeronautics and Space Administration Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio The far field acoustic spectra at 90° to the downstream axis of some typical high speed jets are calculated fromCited by: 3.

This paper investigates numerically the acoustic sources and far–field noise of chevron and round jets. The acoustic sources are described by the fourth–order space–time velocity cross. Supersonic jets emit Mach waves producing noise in their environment.

Various experimental techniques have been used in the past for investigating the behaviour of structures present in the supersonic jet boundary layer. These structures are accompanied by long, Cited by: 7. ACOUSTIC SIMULATION OF HOT COAXIAL JETS the air by a gas, or a gas mixture, with lower molec-ular weight.

Helium is a prime candidate because lent heated jets tested at the Nozzle Acoustic Test Rig (NATR) of NASA Glenn Research Center. The NATR nozzle is eight times the size of the UCI noz-zle. The paper gives a short introduction on. Optimization of the gas cell and of the de Laval nozzle 1.

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Gas entrainment by plunging liquid jets sure of the associated boundary layer gas and the flow field induced in the pool liquid itself.

When disturb­. The results of an experimental investigation of the effect of external acoustic perturbations on the stability of millimeter- and submillimeter-scale gas jets flowing out into the atmosphere are presented. Data on flow visualization by the shadow method and the instantaneous velocity fields of the flow by the PIV method are obtained.

The sound effect in the jet is shown to lead to the Cited by: 8. The gas cell (Figure 2) and de Laval nozzle (Figure 3) with the parameters optimized in COMSOL were produced and will be tested in our laboratory. For the visualization of the supersonic gas jet the Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence (PLIF)-technique [3] can be applied.Process and Apparatus for Shrouding a Turbulent Gas Jet Overview: Air Products is offering for license a patent that relates to the process for placing a gas shroud around a turbulent gas jet and protecting the gas jet from the ambient atmosphere.Gas Dynamics And Jet Propulsion Nov,Dec, Nov,Dec, May R,Gas Dynamics And Jet PropulsionR,Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Nov,Dec,Gas Dynamics And Jet Propulsion May,Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Nov,Dec,Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Ap,May,Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion May