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    Publication Date: 2018-12-01
    Description: Flight-derived aerodynamic heat-transfer data for the orbiter wing lower surface, from STS-2, -3, and -5, are presented and compared with both ground-based experimental results and state-of-the-art computational flowfield results for a nominal angle of attack of 40 degrees. The flight data clearly show the development of the interference heat-transfer region on the wing lower surface resulting from the downstream effects of the bow-shock/wing-shock interaction. The location of the interference heating region is well correlated with a region of minimum static enthalpy near the boundary-layer edge as predicted by a 3-dimensional, inviscid flowfield computation. The magnitude of the interference heat transfer is no greater than the undisturbed laminar heat transfer which occurs during the 'peak aerodynamic heating' portion of entry.
    Keywords: AERODYNAMICS
    Type: AIAA PAPER 84-0227
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