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JOURNAL OF BEIJING UNIVERSITY OF AERONAUTICS AND A 2004, Vol. 30 Issue (05) :429-433    DOI:
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Design and computational study of waverider configuration with high performance
Zhang Dongjun, Wang Yankui, Deng Xueying*
School of Aeronautic Science and Technology, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China

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Abstract The design method and basic aerodynamic characteristics were studied for cone-derived waverider at Mach 6 and attack angle 0. Off-design performances of the designed waverider were also discussed, namely lift, drag and lift-drag-ratio changing with Mach number and attack angle. All the research works were finished by numerical simulation method. Results show that: the inverse-design method for the waverider configuration is successful based on inviscid conical shock wave. The biggest lift-drag ratio 3.36 considering viscous effects is obtained at Mach 6 when a proper base conical shock wave angle is chosen. A feasible flight control scheme is presented for the SSTO (single-stage-to-orbit) vehicle adopting this configuration. The favorable method of improving the lift-drag ratio of the figuration is brought forward.
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Keywordslift-drag radio   aerodynamic configurations   aerodynamic characteristics   waverider   single-stage-to-orbit   pressure drag     
Received 2002-12-18;
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Zhang Dongjun, Wang Yankui, Deng Xueying.Design and computational study of waverider configuration with high performance[J]  JOURNAL OF BEIJING UNIVERSITY OF AERONAUTICS AND A, 2004,V30(05): 429-433
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