Shock reflection and surface effects in the shock tube

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dc.creator Busing, J. R.
dc.creator Clarke, John F. 2015-09-01T14:29:59Z 2015-09-01T14:29:59Z 1966 2022-05-09T09:54:54Z 2022-05-09T09:54:54Z
dc.description A thin-film resistance thermometer, mounted on the end-wall of a shock tube, is used to record surface temperatures and heat transfer rates following reflection of the primary shock wave. This information is combined with the results of theoretical investigations to produce simultaneous information about surface accommodation effects and gas thermal conductivities at high pressures and moderate temperatures.
dc.language en
dc.publisher College of Aeronautics
dc.relation 101
dc.relation COA/M-101
dc.title Shock reflection and surface effects in the shock tube
dc.type Report

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