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Du May 9, 2001 09:22

question about horizontal oscillation of naca0012
 
hi,

I am calculating horizontal oscillation of the NACA0012 airfoil.The airfoil oscillates horizontally with a velocity given by u=-A. sin(kt).A is constant.

Now I want to get the experiment data about this question, or data whithc other people have calculated about this question.

Could you give me some information about this this data?

thank you?

John C. Chien May 9, 2001 12:12

Re: question about horizontal oscillation of naca0
 
(1). There must be a reason why your airfoil is oscillating. I mean the goal you are trying to accomplish. (2). If you are simulating an application, then the best place to find the data is to do journal search first. (3). If you are doing it just for fun of it, then, you are likely to do the testing yourself as well.

Du May 9, 2001 22:58

Re: question about horizontal oscillation of naca0
 
We are studying a new method to deal with the source term.We select such problem as a test.

James Date May 10, 2001 07:39

Re: question about horizontal oscillation of naca0
 
A good starting Ref is:

"Unsteady Airfoils", W.J. McCroskey, Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 14, pp 285-311, 1982.

Other Refs:

"Unsteady Aerodynamic Response of Two-Dimensional Airfoil at High Reduced Frequency", G.L. Commerford and F.O. Carta, AIAA Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp 43-48, January 1974.

"Some Aspects of Non-Stationary Airfoil Theory and Its Practical Application", W.R. Sears, Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp 104-108, 1941.

"Fluctuating Lift Forces on Aerofoil Moving Through Transverse and Chord-Wise Gusts", J.H. Horlock, Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Journal of Basic Engineering, pp 494-500, December 1997.

Regards James


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