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Transient hot-film sensor response in a shock tube
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Transient hot film sensor response ...|
|Statement||A.S. Roberts, Jr., K.R. Ortgies, and E. Gartenberg.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 181838., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-181838.|
|Contributions||Ortgies, K. R., Gartenberg, Ehud., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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Transient Hot-Film Sensor Response in a Shock Tube [NASA-CR-t) ThANS/INT HOT-FILM SENSOR BESPONSE IN _ SHOCK TUBE Final Report, - 'Old Dominion Univ.) 83 p CSCL 14E G3/35 N Unclas UE45 A.S.
Roberts, Jr., K.R. Ortgies, and E. Gartenberg Old Dominion University Research Foundation Norfolk, Virginia Contract NAG1. Get this from a library. Transient hot-film sensor response in a shock tube. [A S Roberts; K R Ortgies; Ehud Gartenberg; Langley Research Center.].
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The sensor’s very fast frequency response allows for highly-time-resolved heat-flux measurements. In addition, a finite-difference model of the transient behavior of the heat flux sensor is presented to demonstrate the first-order response to a step input in heat flux. Results are compared with shock passing data from the shock tunnel.
The Heat Flux Microsensor recorded the heat flux response with an estimated time constant of 6 μs, which Cited by: Roberts et al.  used a shock tube to study the transient response of a wall-mounted thin film sensor.
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Low temperature produces a high resistance, while high temperature causes a low resistance as the following Size: KB. Electrical testing was performed using both sine and square waves. Flow testing was performed in a shock tube by subjecting the flush-mounted sensors to a shock-induced boundary layer.
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A pitot tube uses two tubes or split tubes to measure a differential pressure. The first tube measures the static pressure and is usually mounted into the pipe wall (Fig.
The figure illustrates how the pitot-static tube, or Prandtl tube, functions. The second or central tube measures the impact pressure. here is a company which manufactures hot-film air-mass meters which operate at up to 8 bar pressure @ 4, kg/h (the mm tube version).
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