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Konferenzbeitrag 
Art des Konferenzbeitrags:
Textbeitrag / Aufsatz 
Autor(en):
Knoth, F., Breitsamter, C. 
Titel:
Numerical and Experimental Investigation of a Helicopter Engine Side Intake 
Seitenangaben Beitrag:
pp. 27-38 
Abstract:
Aerodynamic characteristics of an engine side intake of a light helicopter are investigated experimentally and numerically with an emphasis on fast forward flight (Ma < 0.2). For this purpose, a novel full scale model of a helicopter fuselage section has been developed and tested. With a duct system, including a fan, engine mass flow rates are realized corresponding to real helicopter operating conditions. The wind tunnel data comprise aerodynamic interface plane (AIP) five-hole pressure probe and particle image velocimetry data which are compared to unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes simulations results. In order to assess the in fluence of the truncation of the fuselage, two numerical cases are compared. The first is a sectional fuselage case, incorporating all wind tunnel model components, and in fluential wind tunnel parts. The second is a full fuselage case. Only small differences between the sectional and full fuselage cases in flow direction upstream of the intake are present whereas the AIP total pressure distributions provide the same characteristics. The experimental data are also used to validate the numerical simulations while the complementary experimental and numerical data enables a detailed analysis of the flow distortion up to the AIP 
Stichworte:
numerical investigation; experimental investigation; Helicopter Engine Side Intake 
Dewey-Dezimalklassifikation:
620 Ingenieurwissenschaften 
Kongress- / Buchtitel:
STAB/DGLR Symposium on New Results in Numerical and Experimental Fluid Mechanics [20th,Braunschweig,2016 
Kongress / Zusatzinformationen:
Braunschweig; Germany; 8 November 2016 through 9 November 2016; Code 203289 
Band / Teilband / Volume:
XI 
Verlag / Institution:
Springer 
Verlagsort:
Cham 
Jahr:
2018 
Seiten:
pp. 27-37 
Nachgewiesen in:
Scopus 
Print-ISBN:
978-3-319-64518-6 
E-ISBN:
978-3-319-64519-3 
Serientitel:
Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design 
Serienbandnummer:
136 
Serien-ISSN:
1612-2909 
Reviewed:
ja 
Sprache:
en 
TUM Einrichtung:
Lehrstuhl für Aerodynamik