Description: From Summary: "The steady pressure loads as well as the temperature change on adjacent surfaces due to the presence of a propulsive jet at subsonic speeds is shown to be insignificant. Whereas at supersonic speeds the temperature effect might be expected to remain insignificant, the steady pressure loads were shown to increase greatly on surfaces downstream of the propulsive jet exit."
Date: June 28, 1955
Creator: Bressette, Walter E. & Faget, Maxime A.
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