MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 288, 20192019 5th Asia Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering (MEAE 2019)
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|Published online||14 August 2019|
Study on Three-Dimensional Inner Flow Field Characteristics and Performance of Scramjet
Air and Missile Defense College, Air Force Engineering University,
Shaanxi Xian, China
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The three-dimensional characteristics and performance of the flow field in the inlet of the scramjet engine were numerically simulated by CFD software. The flow characteristics in the width direction of the inlet and the influence of the aspect ratio on the performance of the inlet were studied. The calculation results show that the inlet flow has obvious three-dimensional characteristics, and the flow field structure is different in the width direction from the middle symmetrical section to the side wall surface, the Mach number is smaller and smaller, the static pressure is lower and lower, and the static temperature is higher, the greater the total pressure. The aspect ratio has little effect on the Mach number and static temperature of the outlet section of the inlet, but it has a great influence on the static pressure and total pressure. Within a reasonable range, the aspect ratio is doubled, the static pressure is increased by about 40%, and the total pressure is increased by about 84%. The inlet flow coefficient and the total pressure recovery coefficient increase as the aspect ratio increases. Within a reasonable range, the aspect ratio is doubled, the inlet flow coefficient is increased by approximately 53%, and the total pressure recovery coefficient is increased by approximately 83%.
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