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Prediction of vortex-induced loads on wind tunnel turning vanes

James C. Ross

Prediction of vortex-induced loads on wind tunnel turning vanes

by James C. Ross

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wind tunnels.

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    Other titlesPrediction of vortex induced loads on wind tunnel turning vanes.
    StatementJames C. Ross.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 86678.
    ContributionsAmes Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18030898M

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Prediction of vortex-induced loads on wind tunnel turning vanes by James C. Ross Download PDF EPUB FB2

Wakes can have a significant influence on the local loads carried by the turning vanes downstream of the model. It is therefore important to estimate the magnitude of the vortex loads on all affected vane sets in order to assure safe operation of the wind tunnel. A planview of the NFAC is shown in figure 1.

Get this from a library. Prediction of vortex-induced loads on wind tunnel turning vanes. [James C Ross; Ames Research Center.]. Models tested in the National Full-Scale Aerodynamic Complex at NASA Ames Research Center can generate strong wake vortices which in turn can induce large increases in the local loads on the turning vanes located downstream from the two test : J.

Ross. Estimates of the induced vortex loads on the vane sets downstream from the by and by foot test sections indicate that the induced local loads on a van can, in some cases, be more than 50% of the steady-state turning loads of an individual : J.

Ross. ELSEVIER Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 67&68 () JOURNAL OF Prediction of vortex-induced wind loading on long-span bridges Sangsan Lee*, Jae Seok Lee, Jong Dae Kim Systems Engineering Research Institute, P.O.

Box 1, Yuseong, DaejeonSouth Korea Abstract Computational methods have been systematically applied for vortex-induced vibrations of Cited by:   "Study on Influence of Vortex Induced Loads on the Motion of Spar-Type Wind Turbine Based on Aero-Hydro-Vortex-Mooring Coupled Model." Proceedings of the ASME 36th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering.

The nonlinear coupling effect between degree-of-freedom (DOFs) and the influence of vortex-induced loads on the motion of SPAR-type floating offshore wind turbine (FOWT) are studi. ments, a modern vane design was sought to minimize the losses.

Most of the available literature on wind The inlet Mach numbers studied then tunnel turning vane designs is from 25 to 50 yr ~ld.~-ll were much less thanbeing compatible with the more conventional wind tunnel corner designs. Design and evaluation of a wind-tunnel with expanding corners 3 L), was built in and is still used for aeronautical research.

It has a 3 m long test section of 2 2 m2 cross section and a maximum speed of 62 m/s. A supersonic, a hypersonic and a ballistic wind-tunnel are also part of the early aeronautical research history at KTH.

Figure 4. Vortex-Induced Pressure Pattern in Drag Flow Around Cylinder, M = ;R e = (after Hasbestan ()) Figure 5. Wind Tunnel Model, F the case, and we thus must consider the matter of sizing and similarity.

Dynamic Similarity Consider the wind tunnel model of the F. Low Subsonic Wind Tunnel – Design and Construction xx/xx 13/20 Actually, this result was not expected but, a er a close look on the results and analyses of these pro les, we concluded that corner.

In smooth flow (i.e., wind with very small wind velocity fluctuations), mainly two types of wind-induced vibration of bridges occur: vortex-induced vibration and self-excited vibration. For both of these types of vibrations, the response is affected not only by the aerodynamic forces, but also by the motion of.

Wind tunnel turning vanes of modern design. Wind tunnel performance results of swirl recovery vanes as tested with an advanced high speed propeller.

JOHN GAZZANIGA and Aerodynamic performance of high turning core turbine vanes in. Predictions of vortex-lift characteristics by a leading-edge suctionanalogy. Wind tunnel tests for a flapping wing model with a changeable camber using macro-fiber composite actuators. Steady and Unsteady Vortex-Induced Asymmetric Loads on Slender Vehicles.

Vortex‐induced vibrations on a modern wind turbine blade. Joachim C. Heinz. Corresponding Author. A preliminary frequency analysis of the load variations on a stiff blade showed that an inclined inflow with a velocity component along the blade axis can trigger a spanwise correlated vortex shedding over large parts of the blade.

Moderate. Prediction of vortex-induced loads on wind tunnel turning vanes [microform] / James C. Ross; Background noise measurements from jet exit vanes designed to reduce flow pulsations in an open-jet wind Time-averaged aerodynamic loads on the vane sets of the by foot and by foot wind tunnel.

OptimisationofaLow-SpeedWind Tunnel. AnalysisandRedesignofCorner Vanes. May Luis López de Vega intersection between the fan operation curve and and wind tunnel to-tal pressure loss curve gives the velocity in test chamber, which clearly Their main function is to turn the flow. It is important to introduce turning vanes.

Jim ROSS of NASA, DC | Read 91 publications | Contact Jim ROSS Time-averaged aerodynamic loads on the vane sets of the by foot and by foot wind tunnel complex Prediction.

Prediction of wind loads on a large flat roof using fuzzy neural networks J.Y. Fua,b,∗, a Department of Building and Construction, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong b Department of Civil Engineering, Jinan University, GuangzhouChina c Department of Civil Engineering, Shantou University, ShantouChina.

The designed wind tunnel has a square test chamber, two diffusers (one adjacent to thetest section and one adjacent to the fan to slow the flow), four corners (with turning vanes) toguide the flow around the 90° corners, an axial fan to guarantee the mass flow rate andbalance any pressure loss throughout the circuit, a settling chamber with a.

To suppress the vortex-induced vibrations, guide vanes were installed beneath the bridge section along the main span. The wind flow passing a bluff body like a bridge box girder has a tendency to separate at sharp corners, and to form a wake of.CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW INTRODUCTION A wind tunnel is a tool used in aerodynamic research to study the effects of air moving past solid objects.

A wind tunnel consists of a closed tubular passage with the object under test mounted in the middle. A powerful fan system moves air past the object; the fan must have straightening vanes to.IN TRANSONIC WIND TUNNELS by I.W.G.

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