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An Experimental Investigation of Flow Control for Supersonic Inlets
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Henry Burridge.
Sandwiches provided at 13:00, seminar begins 13:15.
To improve the viability of supersonic air-vehicles in the near to medium term, significant improvements over existing technologies are required in many areas. One area that requires considerable attention is the air-vehicle’s propulsion system — in particular the engine intake/inlet. In recent years, much work has been undertaken in the high speed aerodynamics laboratory at CUED to determine the potential benefits of a number of flow control technologies for inlets. This seminar will provide a detailed overview of this recent work. In addition, specifically for those unfamiliar with the high speed aerodynamics laboratory, the seminar will start with a brief overview of the laboratory which has been in operation for more than 50 years. All welcome.
This talk is part of the Fluid Mechanics (CUED) series.
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