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title大気圏再突入流れ場における印加磁場の干渉効果
Other TitleElectro-magnetic effect on shock layer structure in reentry-related high-enthalpy flow
Author(jpn)滝澤 勇二; 佐藤 俊逸; 安部 隆士; Konigorski, Detlev
Author(eng)Takizawa, Yuji; Sato, Shunichi; Abe, Takashi; Konigorski, Detlev
Author Affiliation(jpn)東京大学 大学院; 宇宙科学研究所; 宇宙科学研究所; Eur. Aeronautic Defence and Space Co.
Author Affiliation(eng)University of Tokyo Graduate School; Institute of Space and Astronautical Science; Institute of Space and Astronautical Science; European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co.
Issue Date2005-03
PublisherInstitute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA/ISAS)
宇宙航空研究開発機構宇宙科学研究本部
Publication title宇宙航行の力学シンポジウム 平成16年度
Symposium on Flight Mechanics and Astrodynamics 2004
Start page45
End page48
Publication date2005-03
Languagejpn
AbstractExperimentally examined is the effect of applied magnetic field on a weakly ionized Argon plasma supersonic flow around a body around which the magnetic field is generated. To analyze the flow, applied is the absorption spectroscopic technique which enables determination of the translational temperature and the flow velocity. Based on the translational temperature distribution, combined with the electron excitation temperature distribution previously determined, the effect of the applied magnetic field on the behavior of the shock layer is discussed and it is confirmed that the applied magnetic field of which interaction parameter is 0.34 can affect the shock layer behavior and enhance the shock stand-off distance.
Keywordsweakly ionized plasma; spacecraft reentry; aerodynamic heating; atmospheric entry; magnetic field; electromagnetic interaction; electron excitation; temperature distribution; absorption spectroscopy; 弱電離プラズマ; 宇宙機再突入; 空力加熱; 大気圏突入; 磁場; 電磁相互作用; 電子励起; 温度分布; 吸収分光法
Document TypeConference Paper
JAXA Categoryシンポジウム・研究会
SHI-NOAA0048089012
URIhttps://repository.exst.jaxa.jp/dspace/handle/a-is/54178


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