03892nmm a2200457 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002900139245008600168250001700254260006300271300003300334505048400367653002300851653002700874653002000901653002100921653002000942653001600962653003100978653001901009653003101028653001801059653002701077653003101104653002501135653005501160653001801215653001401233710003401247041001901281989003601300856006201336082001001398520085801408520094402266520022403210EB000372912EBX0100000000000000022596400000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||130626 ||| eng a97835402651911 aHirschel, Ernst Heinrich00aBasics of AerothermodynamicshElektronische Ressourcecby Ernst Heinrich Hirschel a1st ed. 2005 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc2005, 2005 aXIII, 413 pbonline resource0 aThe Flight Environment -- The Thermal State of the Surface -- Transport for Momentum, Energy and Mass -- Real-Gas Aerothermodynamic Phenomena -- Inviscid Aerothermodynamic Phenomena -- Attached High-Speed Viscous Flow -- Laminar-Turbulent Transition and Turbulence in High-Speed Viscous Flow -- Strong Interaction Phenomena -- Simulation Means -- The RHPM-Flyer -- Governing Equations for Flow in General Coordinates -- Constants, Functions, Dimensions and Conversions -- Symbols aMechanics, Applied aAutomotive Engineering aFluid mechanics aHeat engineering aSolid Mechanics aEngineering aEngineering Fluid Dynamics aThermodynamics aComputational intelligence aHeat transfer aAutomotive engineering aComputational Intelligence aEngineering, general aEngineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer aMass transfer aMechanics2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSpringeraSpringer eBooks 2005- uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/b137734?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a629.2 aThis book gives an introduction to the basics of aerothermodynamics, as applied in particular to winged re-entry vehicles and airbreathing cruise and acceleration vehicles. Beginning with a broad vehicle classification and a discussion of the flight environment, Basics of Aero-thermodynamics focuses on flight in the earth's atmosphere at speeds below approximately 8.0 km/s at altitudes below approximately 100.0 km. At such flight conditions the outer surfaces of hypersonic flight vehicles primarily are radiation cooled. This is taken into account by an introduction to the problem of the thermal state of the surface, and especially to the phenomena connected with surface radiation cooling. These are themes, which reappear throughout the remaining chapters. The implications of radiation cooling are different for the different vehicle classes. aIn any case the properties of both attached viscous and separating flows as well as thermo-chemical effects at and near the vehicle surface need to be considered. After a review of the issues of transport of momentum, energy and mass, real-gas effects as well as inviscid and viscous flow phenomena are treated. In view of their special importance for airbreathing hypersonic flight vehicles and for the discrete numerical methods of aerothermodynamics, considerable discussion is devoted to the issues of laminar-turbulent transition and turbulence, which follows a treatment of strong-interaction phenomena. Finally, simulation techniques for aerothermodynamics are considered, including computational methods and their modelling problems, as well as the problems of ground facility and in-flight simulation, including the hot experimental technique. The implications of Oswatitsch's Mach number independence principle are also treated. aThe book is for graduate students, doctoral students, design and development engineers, but also for technical managers. The reader should be familiar with the basics of fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, and thermodynamics