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Thermal analysis of a metallic wing glove for a Mach-8 boundary-layer experiment
1998 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Dryden Flight Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Edwards, Calif, Springfield, VA .
Written in English
|Statement||Leslie Gong and W. Lance Richards.|
|Series||NASA/TM -- 1998-206555., NASA technical memorandum -- 206555.|
|Contributions||Richards, W. Lance., NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.|
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THERMAL ANALYSIS OF A METALLIC WING GLOVE FOR A MACH-8 BOUNDARY-LAYER EXPERIMENT Leslie Gong * and W. Lance Richards † NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Edwards, CA Abstract A metallic “glove” structure has been built and attached to the wing of the Pegasus space booster.
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Preparations for a boundary-layer transition experiment to be conducted on a future flight mission of the air-launched Pegasus ® rocket are underway. The experiment requires a flight-test article called a glove to be attached to the wing of the Mach-8 first-stage booster.
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Langley Research Center: A Computer Program for the Determinat. Finite-Element Analysis of a Mach-8 Flight Test Article Using Nonlinear Contact Elements_专业资料。A flight test article, called a glove, is required for a Mach-8 boundary-layer experiment to be conducted on a flight mission of the air-launched Pegasus space : For the further depth thermal analysis, we propose to use the one-dimensional transient heat transfer finite element model of Blosser .
Stardust, Skipper [Fullmer ], and Pegasus XL Wing-Glove Experiment[Richards et al ]. “Design of a Flight Article for a Mach-8 Boundary-Layer Experiment," AIAAAIAA, November. The boundary layer is separated from the contour of a planes airfoil, or wing section, by only a few thousandths of an inch.
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