空気中の強い衝撃波背後の発光特性(第2報)全放射発光の諸特性 [in Japanese] Characteristics of Two-Dimensional Radiation Behind Strong Shock Waves in Air (2ne Report) Some Characteristics of Total Radiation Emission [in Japanese]
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This paper describes time-frozen measurements using a CCD camera system for total radiation behind strong shock wave in a shock tube. The measurements are carried out for the shock velocity range from 6.8km/s to 12.5km/ s at the initial pressure range from 13.33Pa to 133.3Pa in air. The experimental results are compared with the numerical ones. There is a relatively good agreement between the experimental and numerical results at 10km/s shock velocity at the initial pressure 13.33Pa, although some discrepancies appear at the other velocity range. It is found that the full width at half maximum of profile of the first-peak becomes narrower and the thickness of radiation front becomes broader, as the shock velocity increases at the lower initial pressure. At the higher initial pressure, there is a limitation of spatial resolution in the present experiment.
- JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES
JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES 47(545), 253-260, 1999-06-05
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