Study of the aerodynamic characteristics of cone-sphere models in a hypersonic flow
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The aerodynamic characteristics of cone-sphere models are studied at Mach numbers M = 6, 8.4, and 12 to 13 over a wide Reynolds number range. Models of a braking device (sphere) were connected with a load (frustum of a cone) by means of shrouds. The dependences of the aerodynamic coefficients C x and C y on the angle of attack α were obtained for different relative dimensions of the load and the braking device, shroud lengths, and Mach and Reynolds numbers. The effect of the above-mentioned parameters on the aerodynamic characteristics of the models is analyzed. The C x (ReD) dependences of load-parachutemodels in a symmetric flow are determined over the wide Mach and Reynolds number ranges 6 ≤ M ≤ 13 and 3 · 103 ≤ ReD ≤ 3 · 106.
Keywordshypersonic flow load-braking device Mach and Reynolds numbers aerodynamic characteristics flow restructuring angle of attack
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