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Thrust vectoring effects of a transverse gas injection into a supersonic cross-flow of an axisymmetric C-D nozzle

Abstract : The transverse gas injection into the main supersonic flow of an axisymmetric convergent-divergent (C-D) propulsive nozzle is investigated for the fluidic thrust vectoring (FTV) possibilities as the segment part of the CNES “Perseus” project. Truncated ideal contour and conical C-D nozzles with different position and angle of the secondary circular injection port are selected as test models in the current numerical and experimental study. Analytical approach revealed parameters which affect the FTV efficiency, these criterions are further numerically explored and results data of the conical nozzle test cases are compared and coupled with the ones from experiments. It is found that upstream inclined injection has positive effect on vectoring capabilities and that with moderate secondary to primary mass-flow ratios, ranging around 5%, pertinent vector side force is possible to be achieved.
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V. Zmijanovic, V. Lago, L. Leger, E. Depussay, M. Sellam, et al.. Thrust vectoring effects of a transverse gas injection into a supersonic cross-flow of an axisymmetric C-D nozzle. Advances in Aerospace Sciences (AAS). Progress in Propulsion Physics, 2013, 4, ⟨10.1051/eucass/201304227⟩. ⟨hal-02398151⟩

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