Browsing Staff publications (SoE) by Author "MacManus, David G."

Browsing Staff publications (SoE) by Author "MacManus, David G."

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  • Parish, D.; MacManus, David G. (Professional Engineering Publishing, 2005-01-01)
    The heat dissipation and performance of a ventilated brake disc strongly depends on the aerodynamic characteristics of the flow through the rotor passages. The aim of this investigation was to provide an improved ...
  • Mifsud, Michael; Estruch-Samper, David; MacManus, David G.; Chaplin, Ross; Stollery, J. L. (Royal Aeronautical Society, 2012-09-30)
    A Parabolised Navier-Stokes (PNS) flow solver is used to predict the aerodynamic heating on the surface of a hypersonic vehicle. This case study highlights some of the main heat flux sensitivies to various conditions for ...
  • Chaplin, R.; MacManus, David G.; Leopold, F.; Martinez, B.; Gauthier, T; Birch, T. (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2011-11-30)
    Aerodynamic interference can occur between high-speed bodies when in close proximity. A complex flowfield develops where shock and expansion waves from a generator body impinge upon the adjacent receiver body and modify ...
  • Estruch-Samper, David; MacManus, David G.; Stollery, J. L.; Lawson, Nicholas J.; Garry, Kevin P. (Springer Science Business Media, 2010-09-30)
    The understanding of the behaviour of the flow around surface protuberances in hypersonic vehicles is developed and an engineering approach to predict the location and magnitude of the highest heat transfer rates in their ...
  • Estruch-Samper, David; Lawson, Nicholas J.; MacManus, David G.; Garry, Kevin P.; Stollery, J. L. (American Institute of Physics, 2008-12)
    A new method to measure shock wave unsteadiness is presented. Time-resolved visualizations of the flow field under investigation are obtained using a high-speed schlieren optical system and the motion of the shock wave is ...

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