International Journal of Mechanical and Thermal Engineering

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2022, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Analytical study on the aero dynamical characteristics of a missile at supersonic speed

Analytical study on the aero dynamical characteristics of a missile at supersonic speed


Author(s): Sri Ram Deepak Akella, Satish Charan Jalli, Vikas Tiragati and Venkata SS Kameswara Sastry Eranki

Abstract: This article is about the Analytical study of the aerodynamic-shape modeling of missiles at a supersonic speed. This study has been performed to observe the optical aerodynamic module for the missile Co-Related with the optimization Method to create an optimal design. The optimization technique used in this study is the Taguchi design optimization method and it's far supported or demonstrated with the Fit regression approach via generating a regression equation to the problem. The aerodynamic character of diverse sections of the missile such as the forebody radius, the length and the location of the Canards, and the length of the Stabilizer of the air-air model missile at Supersonic Speed (Mach speed of 1.5). This simulation observed the Drag Force, Pressure, and velocity created by the missiles. The DFA is used to convert into a single response system. The optimal design for the Missile consists of ‘the radius of the Nose is 0.36m the duration of Front wing or the Canards is 0. 4 m when it places at a distance of 0.2m from the nostril tip and the length Stabilizer wing is 0.5 at this design the missile produces a low amount of drag at the Supersonic Flow’).

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How to cite this article:
Sri Ram Deepak Akella, Satish Charan Jalli, Vikas Tiragati, Venkata SS Kameswara Sastry Eranki. Analytical study on the aero dynamical characteristics of a missile at supersonic speed. Int J Mech Therm Eng 2022;3(1):09-17.
International Journal of Mechanical and Thermal Engineering

International Journal of Mechanical and Thermal Engineering

International Journal of Mechanical and Thermal Engineering
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