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Vesper, J.E. (author), Obiji, Chibuikem S. (author), Westerwaal, Ruud (author), Boelsma, Christiaan (author), Kenjeres, S. (author), Kleijn, C.R. (author)
In recent years, Physical Vapor Deposition has been advanced to a continuous process which makes it amenable for in-line, high-quality and energy-efficient galvanization. To achieve the high and uniform mass flow required for in-line production, a Vapor Distribution Box is used, in which the zinc is evaporated. The zinc fills the Vapor...
journal article 2021
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Payanda, Qais (author)
A combined PIV and Schlieren measurements have been carried out in the transonic-supersonic wind tunnel (TST-27) to investigate the effect of exhaust plume and the variation in nozzle length on the flow topology and mean pressure distribution on the wake of axisymmetric backward facing step model at freestream Mach numbers of 0.76 and 2.20,...
master thesis 2017
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Örley, F. (author), Trummler, T. (author), Hickel, S. (author), Mihatsch, M.S. (author), Schmidt, S.J. (author), Adams, N.A. (author)
We employ a barotropic two-phase/two-fluid model to study the primary break-up of cavitating liquid jets emanating from a rectangular nozzle, which resembles a high aspect-ratio slot flow. All components (i.e., gas, liquid, and vapor) are represented by a homogeneous mixture approach. The cavitating fluid model is based on a thermodynamic...
journal article 2015
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Wisse, M.E.N. (author)
The major technical challenge the development of next-generation launchers is facing today, is to achieve complete reusability in two stages to orbit or ultimately in one single stage. These Two-Stage-To-Orbit (TSTO) or Single-Stage-To-Orbit (SSTO) Reusable Launch Vehicles (RLV) may reduce payload cost by a factor of ten or more. The challenge,...
doctoral thesis 2005
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Kho, Y.G. (author)
This report describes a wind-tunnel investigation on the interference between a jet and a wing half model, located outside the jet. Pressure distributions on the wing, and lift coefficients calculated from those have been used for evaluation of a method developed at NLR for the prediction of interference effects between jets and parts of...
report 1977
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