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High-speed optical measurements of an under-expanded supersonic jet impinging on an inclined plate.

Monash University
Adam Risborg (Aggregated by) Julio Soria (Aggregated by)
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A series of ultra-high-speed Schlieren and shadowgraphy images are captured at 1,000,000 frames per second to characterise eight instability modes that exist for an underexpanded supersonic jet as it impinges on perpendicular and inclined surfaces. The use of these high-speed imaging techniques allows the visualisation of these instabilities in real time, without the need to employ phase-locked methods as has been done previously. It is found that the axial instability modes show a greater degree of oscillation than the helical modes, and that the degree of oscillation increases as the impingement distance is reduced. Evidence is also presented that suggests an acoustic feedback loop exists within inclined impinging jets.


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Adam Risborg, Julio Soria, "High-speed optical measurements of an underexpanded supersonic jet impinging on an inclined plate," Proc. SPIE 7126, 28th International Congress on High-Speed Imaging and Photonics, 71261F (10 February 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.822137

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Created: 2019-10-28

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