Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics

, Volume 85, Issue 6, pp 1357–1371

Simulation of a turbulent supersonic underexpanded jet flowing into a submerged space with the help of a shear stress transfer model

Authors

    • St. Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation
  • Yu. M. Lipnitskii
    • Federal state unitary enterprise Central Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering
  • P. A. Baranov
    • Accumulator company “Rigel”
  • A. V. Panasenko
    • Federal state unitary enterprise Central Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering
  • A. E. Usachov
    • Branch FGUP TsAGI “Moskovskii Kompleks,” TsAGI
Article

DOI: 10.1007/s10891-012-0783-x

Cite this article as:
Isaev, S.A., Lipnitskii, Y.M., Baranov, P.A. et al. J Eng Phys Thermophy (2012) 85: 1357. doi:10.1007/s10891-012-0783-x

We have calculated the flow of an axisymmetric turbulent supersonic underexpanded jet into a submerged space with the help of the VP2/3 package as part of the generalized pressure correction procedure. The shear stress transfer model modified with account for the curvature of streamlines has been verified on the basis of comparison with V. I. Zapryagaev’s data obtained at the S. A. Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The influence of the generated vortex viscosity on the shock-wave structure of the jet, the field of flow parameters, and the turbulence characteristics has been analyzed.

Keywords

shock-wave structuresupersonic underexpanded jetturbulencecalculationSST modeltube testspressure correction procedureSLAUmultiblock computational technologiesVP2/3 package

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