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Internal Performance of Several Divergent-Shroud Ejector Nozzles with High Divergence Angles

Description: Nine divergent-shroud ejector configurations were investigated to determine the effect of shroud divergence angle on ejector internal performance. Unheated dry air was used for both the primary and secondary flows. The decrease in the design-point thrust coefficient with increasing flow divergence angle (angle measured from primary exit to shroud exit) followed very closely a simple relation involving the cosine of the angle. This indicates that design-point thrust performance for divergent-shroud ejectors can be predicted with reasonable accuracy within the range investigated. The decrease in design-point thrust coefficient due to increasing the flow divergence engle from 120deg to 30deg (half-singles) was approximately 6 percent. Ejector air-handling characteristics and the primary-nozzle flow coefficient were not significantly affected by change in shroud divergence angle.
Date: October 2, 1957
Creator: Trout, Arthur M.; Papell, S. Stephen & Povolny, John H.
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Nonmetallic Material Compatibility with Liquid Fluorine

Description: Static tests were made on the compatibility of liquid fluorine with several nonmetallic materials at -3200 F and at pressures of 0 and 1500 pounds per square inch gage. The results are compared with those from previous work with gaseous fluorine at the same pressures, but at atmospheric temperature. In general, although environmental effects were not always consistent, reactivity was least with the low-temperature, low-pressure liquid fluorine. Reactivity was greatest with the warm, high-pressure gaseous fluorine. None of the liquids and greases tested was found to be entirely suitable for use in fluorine systems. Polytrifluorochloroethylene and N-43, the formula for which is (C4F9)3N, did not react with liquid fluorine at atmospheric pressure or 1500 pounds per square inch gage under static conditions, but they did react when injected into liquid fluorine at 1500 pounds per square inch gage; they also reacted with gaseous fluorine at 1500 pounds per square inch gage. While water did not react with liquid fluorine at 1500 pounds per square inch gage, it is known to react violently with fluorine under other conditions. The pipe-thread lubricant Q-Seal did not react with liquid fluorine, but did react with gaseous fluorine at 1500 pounds per square inch gage. Of the solids, ruby (Al2O3) and Teflon did not react under the test conditions. The results show that the compatibility of fluorine with nonmetals depends on the state of the fluorine and the system design.
Date: October 2, 1957
Creator: Price, Harold G , Jr & Douglass, Howard W
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Homogeneous Reactor Project Quarterly Progress Report for the Period Ending July 31, 1957

Description: Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing quarterly progress made by the Homogeneous Reactor Program. Descriptions of progress and studies conducted are presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: October 10, 1957
Creator: Briggs, R. B.; Winters, C. E.; Beall, S. E.; Lane, J. A.; Bohlmann, E. G.; Ferguson, D. E. et al.
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Preliminary Note on a Correlation of a Boundary-Layer Transition Results on Highly Cooled Blunt Bodies

Description: Transition data on highly cooled blunt bodies are correlated in terms of the ratio of wall to local-stream enthalpy, Reynolds number based on displacement thickness, and location of transition. The proposed correlation, although not sensitive enough to predict the exact location of transition does predict the enthalpy ratio below which very early transition on blunt bodies is expected. The correlation is not altered by moderate amounts of surface roughness; however, the location of transition may well be affected by roughness.
Date: October 14, 1957
Creator: Wisniewski, Richard J.
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Semi-Empirical Method of Calculating the Energy-Absorption Build-up Factor with an Application to a Uniformly Contaminated Space Having Spherical Boundaries

Description: From Abstract: "The results are compared with those obtained by other methods, and an application to the problem of uniformly and continuously distributed point-source is discussed."
Date: October 14, 1957
Creator: O'Brien, Keran; Lowder, Wayne M. & Solon, Leonard R.
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