Detail publikace

Temperature and Velocity Distribution in the Cross-section of Free Plasma Jet.

GREGOR, J., HRABOVSKÝ, M., JAKUBOVÁ, I., KONRÁD, M., MENDL, T., ŠENK, J.

Originální název

Temperature and Velocity Distribution in the Cross-section of Free Plasma Jet.

Český název

Temperature and Velocity Distribution in the Cross-section of Free Plasma Jet.

Anglický název

Temperature and Velocity Distribution in the Cross-section of Free Plasma Jet.

Typ

článek ve sborníku

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The measurements were carried out on the output jet of the arc heater with the arc stabilised by tangentially injected water and axially injected argon. Temperature and velocity field reconstruction is based on the results of temperature measurements by thermocouples and velocity measurements by enthalpy probe. The real gas temperature is evaluated from the thermocouple measurements using energy balance equation of the thermocouple tip. The velocity distribution within the jet profile is estimated from the relation between temperature and velocity fields in free jet. The velocity square profile is approximated by Gaussian distribution and the absolute maximum velocity in investigated jet cross-section is determined from momentum conservation law for free jet.

Český abstrakt

The measurements were carried out on the output jet of the arc heater with the arc stabilised by tangentially injected water and axially injected argon. Temperature and velocity field reconstruction is based on the results of temperature measurements by thermocouples and velocity measurements by enthalpy probe. The real gas temperature is evaluated from the thermocouple measurements using energy balance equation of the thermocouple tip. The velocity distribution within the jet profile is estimated from the relation between temperature and velocity fields in free jet. The velocity square profile is approximated by Gaussian distribution and the absolute maximum velocity in investigated jet cross-section is determined from momentum conservation law for free jet.

Anglický abstrakt

The measurements were carried out on the output jet of the arc heater with the arc stabilised by tangentially injected water and axially injected argon. Temperature and velocity field reconstruction is based on the results of temperature measurements by thermocouples and velocity measurements by enthalpy probe. The real gas temperature is evaluated from the thermocouple measurements using energy balance equation of the thermocouple tip. The velocity distribution within the jet profile is estimated from the relation between temperature and velocity fields in free jet. The velocity square profile is approximated by Gaussian distribution and the absolute maximum velocity in investigated jet cross-section is determined from momentum conservation law for free jet.

Klíčová slova

free plasma jet, temperature distribution, velocity field

Rok RIV

2001

Vydáno

09.07.2001

Místo

Orleans, France

Strany od

1085

Strany do

1090

Strany počet

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT6399,
  author="Jan {Gregor} and Milan {Hrabovský} and Ivana {Jakubová} and Miloš {Konrád} and Tomáš {Mendl} and Josef {Šenk}",
  title="Temperature and Velocity Distribution in the Cross-section of Free Plasma Jet.",
  annote="The  measurements were carried out on the output jet of the arc heater with the arc stabilised by tangentially injected water and axially injected argon. Temperature and velocity field reconstruction is based on the results of temperature measurements by thermocouples and velocity measurements by enthalpy probe. The real gas temperature is evaluated from the thermocouple measurements using energy balance equation of the thermocouple tip. The velocity distribution within the jet profile is estimated from the relation between temperature and velocity fields in free jet. The velocity square profile is approximated by Gaussian distribution and the absolute maximum velocity in investigated jet cross-section is determined from momentum conservation law for free jet.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the XVth International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry",
  chapter="6399",
  year="2001",
  month="july",
  pages="1085",
  type="conference paper"
}