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TECHNICAL PAPERS—SPECIAL ICE SECTION: Intake and Exhaust System Dynamics

Two-Dimensional Simulation of Wave Propagation in a Three-Pipe Junction

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R. J. Pearson, M. D. Bassett, P. Batten, D. E. Winterbone

Department of Mechanical Engineering, UMIST, Manchester, England

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 122(4), 549-555 (May 09, 2000) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1290589 History: Received November 05, 1998; Revised May 09, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Figures

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Pressure histories for 45 deg junction with a nozzle
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(a) Schlieren image for 45 deg junction with a nozzle; (b) simulated schlieren image for 45 deg junction with a nozzle
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(a) Pressure histories; (b) pressure histories; (c) pressure histories; (d) location of pressure transducers
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(a) Schlieren image at 500 microseconds; (b) simulated schlieren image at 500 microseconds; (c) density contours at 500 microseconds; (d) velocity vectors at 500 microseconds
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(a) Schlieren image at 350 microseconds; (b) simulated schlieren image at 350 microseconds; (c) density contours at 350 microseconds; (d) velocity vectors at 350 microseconds
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(a) Schlieren image at 250 microseconds; (b) simulated schlieren image at 250 microseconds; (c) density contours at 250 microseconds; (d) velocity vectors at 250 microseconds
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(a) Density contours at 200 microseconds (refined grid); (b) refined grid at 200 microseconds
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(a) Density contours at 200 microseconds (unrefined grid); (b) unrefined grid
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Schlieren image at 200 microseconds
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General arrangement of schlieren system
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Piecewise-constant reconstruction
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Control volume for computational cell

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