Topology of the flow on a 65° delta wings

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TypeBook Chapter
Book titleRTO-TR-AVT-080 - Vortex Breakdown over Slender Delta Wings
Subjectflow topology; leading-edge vortex; vortex breakdown; slender wing; wind tunnel experiments; flow visualisation; topology; delta wing; vortices
AbstractThe flow topological structures over two 65° swept delta wings (a flat plate TUD wing and an IAR delta wing) have been investigated at varies angles of attack, sideslip and roll angles. The observed skin - friction line pattern has been used to infer the topology of the flow on the wing surface. Special attention was paid to the flow on the nose, the boundary-layer transition and the topological evolution as the attitude (control parameter) changes. Two large-scale wind tunnel models of the apex were constructed to obtain more data on the flow in this region. A correlative studies between kinematical flow space and critical states in dynamic space was conducted which shows useful information for further studies.
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Institute for Aerospace Research
Peer reviewedYes
NRC numberAL-2007-0106
NPARC number8931937
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