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Experiments concerning the response of supersonic nozzles to fluctuating inlet conditions

Zukoski, E. E. and Auerbach, J. M. (1976) Experiments concerning the response of supersonic nozzles to fluctuating inlet conditions. Journal of Engineering for Power, 98 (1). pp. 60-64. ISSN 0022-0825. doi:10.1115/1.3446114.

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The noise field produced by the passage of pressure and entropy fluctuations through a supersonic nozzle has been investigated in an experimental program. Magnitude and phase information for the disturbances produced within the nozzle are presented and are compared with numerical calculations.

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Additional Information:© 1976 ASME. Received December 2, 1974. Contributed by the Gas Turbine Division and presented at the Gas Turbine Conference, Houston, Texas, March 2-6, 1975, of THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. Manuscript received at ASME headquarters December 2,1974. Paper No. 75-GT-40.
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Official Citation:Zukoski, E. E. and J. M. Auerbach (1976). "Experiments Concerning the Response of Supersonic Nozzles to Fluctuating Inlet Conditions." Journal of Engineering for Power 98(1): 60-64.
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