An investigation has been made of the gas-dynamic heating of gas in nearly closed cavities (tubes, channels, etc.) under the influence of given pressure pulsations (with and without a discrete component) at the entrance. The results are given of measurements of the wall temperature of the cavities and also the power of the gas-dynamic heating as a function of the relative cavity length 10< ln/dn < 300, the relative level of the pressure pulsations σ0/p < 0.5 at the entrance, and the magnitude of the static pressure in the range p = 2–10 kg/cm2. It was established that with increasing p and especially σ0/p the power of the gas-dynamic heating increases strongly.
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Gryaznov, V.P., Kuptsov, V.M. Gas-dynamic heating in cavities under the influence of pressure pulsations at the entrance. Fluid Dyn 18, 987–989 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01090761
- Static Pressure
- Pressure Pulsation
- Wall Temperature
- Relative Level
- Cavity Length