The fifth compression strategy for hypersonic aircar

Proposed by three experiments of shock-tube, computation, and thought

Ken Naitoh, Dai Shimizu, Shouhei Nonaka, Yusuke Kainuma, Takehiro Emoto

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    13 Citations (Scopus)

    Abstract

    In our previous reports and patents, a single lightweight engine capable of operating over a wide range of Mach numbers from startup to the hypersonic regime was proposed for aircars, aircrafts, and spaceships. A new compression system of colliding super multijets with pulsation was proposed for this purpose. The new compression system essentially differs from those for the traditional four types of engines with piston, turbofan, ran-scram, and pulse-detonation. This is the fifth compression principle. Shocktube experiments and computational fluid dynamics with a chemical reaction model clarifies a large potential and stability of this system. This ultimate engine system can be extended with a special piston and scram jet systems to achieve an improved fuel consumption rate at various situations between the ground and the space, while maintaining a very low noise level with silent detonation. The present engine system will also solve the problem of the buzz at highersonic conditions.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    Event43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012 - New Orleans, LA
    Duration: 2012 Jun 252012 Jun 28

    Other

    Other43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012
    CityNew Orleans, LA
    Period12/6/2512/6/28

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    Shock tubes
    hypersonics
    Hypersonic aerodynamics
    shock tubes
    engines
    Engines
    Detonation
    detonation
    pistons
    Pistons
    turbofans
    Experiments
    fuel consumption
    patents
    computational fluid dynamics
    Fuel consumption
    Mach number
    low noise
    aircraft
    Chemical reactions

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Aerospace Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Condensed Matter Physics

    Cite this

    Naitoh, K., Shimizu, D., Nonaka, S., Kainuma, Y., & Emoto, T. (2012). The fifth compression strategy for hypersonic aircar: Proposed by three experiments of shock-tube, computation, and thought. In 43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012

    The fifth compression strategy for hypersonic aircar : Proposed by three experiments of shock-tube, computation, and thought. / Naitoh, Ken; Shimizu, Dai; Nonaka, Shouhei; Kainuma, Yusuke; Emoto, Takehiro.

    43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012. 2012.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Naitoh, K, Shimizu, D, Nonaka, S, Kainuma, Y & Emoto, T 2012, The fifth compression strategy for hypersonic aircar: Proposed by three experiments of shock-tube, computation, and thought. in 43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012. 43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012, New Orleans, LA, 12/6/25.
    Naitoh K, Shimizu D, Nonaka S, Kainuma Y, Emoto T. The fifth compression strategy for hypersonic aircar: Proposed by three experiments of shock-tube, computation, and thought. In 43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012. 2012
    Naitoh, Ken ; Shimizu, Dai ; Nonaka, Shouhei ; Kainuma, Yusuke ; Emoto, Takehiro. / The fifth compression strategy for hypersonic aircar : Proposed by three experiments of shock-tube, computation, and thought. 43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference 2012. 2012.
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