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Summary of in-flight flow visualization obtained from the NASA high alpha research vehicle

Summary of in-flight flow visualization obtained from the NASA high alpha research vehicle

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Dryden Flight Research Facility in Edwards, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • F-18 aircraft.,
  • Flow distribution.,
  • Flow visualization.,
  • Three dimensional flow.,
  • Unsteady flow.,
  • Vortices.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid F. Fisher, John H. Del Frate, and Fanny A. Zuniga.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- NASA TM-101734, NASA technical memorandum -- 101734.
    ContributionsDel Frate, John H., Zuniga, Fanny A., Dryden Flight Research Facility.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20571072M

    The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Langley Research Center. A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. Langley Research Center: A Computer Program for the Determination of the Acoustic Pressure Signature of Helicopter Rotors Due to Blade Thickness (NASA Technical Memorandum X; ), also by Gerald H. Mall and F. Farassat (page images at HathiTrust). NASA was charged by the President of the United States with carrying out a twofold mission in manned space flight. As a high national priority, ranking second only to national defense, NASA must at the earliest feasible time launch a man into space, pro­ vided with an environment in which he could perform effectively, and recover him Size: 17MB.

    The traffic flow management agents developed under the proposed research effort will help support NASA's research initiatives. POTENTIAL NON-NASA APPLICATION(S) (LIMIT WORDS) The strategic flow control methodology developed under the proposed research will help develop decision aids for future air traffic flow management. University Affiliated Research Center Moffett Field, California, USA Abstract - Dynamic Weather Routes (DWR) is a search engine that continuously and automatically analyzes in-flight aircraft in en route airspace and proposes simple route amendments for more efficient routes around convective weather while considering sector congestion, traffic.

    As the 21st century begins, NASA seeks to forge a “High-way to Space” that will enable citizens to travel, work, and live in space as a matter of routine. Because of NASA research, it will be possible for the private sector to make space transportation economical. This, in turn, will create enormous opportunities for commercial endeavors, newFile Size: 14MB.   2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Dryden Flight Research Center V&V working group and NASA Ames Research Center Automated Software Engineering (ASE) group collaborated to prepare this report. The purpose is to describe V&V processes and methods for certification of neural networks for aerospace applications, particularly.


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