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RESEARCH PAPERS

Development of Phased Twin Flip-Flop Jets

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G. Raman

NYMA Inc., Experimental Fluid Dynamics Section, NASA Lewis Research Center Group, Brookpark, OH 44142

E. J. Rice

NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH 44135

J. Vib. Acoust 116(3), 263-268 (Jul 01, 1994) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2930423 History: Received October 01, 1993; Online June 17, 2008

Abstract

The flip-flop nozzle is a device that can produce an oscillating jet flow without any moving parts. There is now a renewed interest in such nozzles due to their potential for use as excitation devices in practical applications. An experiment aimed at developing twin flip-flop jets that operate at prescribed frequencies and phase differences was performed. The phasing was achieved using two different nozzle interconnection schemes. In one configuration the two jets flapped in-phase and in another they flapped out-of-phase with respect to each other. In either configuration the frequencies of oscillation of both jets were equal. When one of the jets was run at a constant high velocity and the velocity of the second jet was increased gradually, the higher velocity jet determined the frequency of oscillation of both jets. The two flip-flop jet configurations described in this paper could be used to excite a primary jet flow in either an anti-symmetric (sinuous) or a symmetric (varicose) mode.

Copyright © 1994 by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Topics: Jets , Nozzles , Oscillations
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