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Radiative Heat Transfer from Hypersonic, Non-Equilibrium Shock Layers Generated under Reentry Conditions
The Journal of the Japan Society of Aeronautical Engineering
Numerical analyses have been conducted on radiative heat transfer from hypersonic, non-equilibrium air shock layers over a reentry body. The band method developed here enables one to conduct wavelength-dependent, three-dimensional radiative transfer calculation in which self-absorption effect is taken into account. The radiative heat transfer calculated here was found comparable with convective one. Atomic species and N2+ were found to be dominant radiators. Electrons play an essential role indoi:10.2322/jjsass1969.39.531 fatcat:65ir5f6wjbgh5krsor7jjuylay