Generation and registration of disturbances in a gas flow. 2. Experiments with arrays of tubular microheaters and microsensors
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Aerodynamic experiments with arrays of conducting microtubes are performed, and their electric properties are determined. Sensitivity of microtubes located on the model surface to disturbances of the gas flow is revealed. It is demonstrated that such microtubes can be used both for registration of disturbances being introduced and as disturbance generators.
Key wordsboundary layer arrays of microtubes flow control methods of insertion and registration of disturbances microtechnologies
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