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The experiment designed to locate transition by means of the surface heat flux distribution is currently being conducted in the gun tunnel. , between 55mm and 110mm from the mode I nose). 3 Cone Boundary Layer Profiles On the conical forebody, pitot pressure profiles were recorded in a traverse direction normal to the surface at Stations 1 and 2 (180mm and 40mm upstream of the base respectively) using a four probe rake. The normal displacement (y) of each pi tot probe above the cone surface was determined using a modified screw micrometer gauge.
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33 • The participants are encouraged to clearly specify the physical models used and to describe the coupling between vibration and chemistry. e. e. T = 1000. K from 3000. 8 cm • The horizontal axis represents the radial axis of the flow. e. 3 cm represented by 6 cm • Variables to be plotted on the vertical axis : Rotational and Electronic temperatures, densities, velocity, pressure (Trot, Te, U, P, n e, nNi' nN, nN+, nN2)' • Scales: - T : 2 cm for 1000. K from 3000. K upwards - U : 2 cm for 100.