Flow visualization was used to study the effects of a vectored trailing edge jet on the leading edge vortex breakdown of a 65° delta wing. The experimental results indicated that there is little effect of the jet on the leading edge vortex breakdown when the angle of the vectored jet is less than 10°. With the increase of the vectored angle β, the effect of the jet on the flow becomes stronger, i.e., the jet delays the leading edge vortex breakdown in the direction of the vectored jet, and accelerates breakdown of the other leading edge vortex. Moreover, the effect of the jet control tends to be weaker with the angle of attack.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 12, 2003
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