A Numerical Simulation and Aerodynamic Investigation of Air Flow around Supersonic Airfoil Profiles
Muhammet Kaan YEŞİLYURT
Ataturk University
Mansur MUSTAFAOĞLU
İlhan Volkan ÖNER
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Keywords

Supersonic Airfoil
Numerical Simulation
Aerodynamic Coefficients
Elastic
ANSYS Fluent

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YEŞİLYURT, M., MUSTAFAOĞLU, M., & ÖNER, İlhan. (2022). A Numerical Simulation and Aerodynamic Investigation of Air Flow around Supersonic Airfoil Profiles. International Journal of Innovative Research and Reviews, 6(2), 113-120. Retrieved from http://www.injirr.com/article/view/125

Abstract

In this study, flow field analysis was performed to determine the aerodynamic coefficients
for the SC36210 and NACA0018 airfoil profiles in supersonic compressible flow at 2 Mach. During this analysis, ANSYS Fluent, and geometric modeling was used. Numerical simulation of flow was made by K-ω Transition turbulence model. Change in the attack angle versus the divergence angle of airfoil surface profile was examined for elastic flexible SC series. According to the results, as the Mach number of the free flow increases, the aerodynamic coefficient values decrease. In addition, Elastic flexible airfoil profiles for use in supersonic wings have higher performance advantages compared to SC36210 and NACA0018 series airfoils.

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