## Outer planet entry heating and thermal protectionRaymond Viskanta American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Jan 1, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 404 pages |

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Therefore, convective blowing corrections are necessary. Of the many

parameters tried, the convective blowing correction t|>c is

ratio of wall to freestream mass flux, rfi/p^V^. This

linear fit ...

Therefore, convective blowing corrections are necessary. Of the many

parameters tried, the convective blowing correction t|>c is

**correlated**best with theratio of wall to freestream mass flux, rfi/p^V^. This

**correlation**is shown in Fig. 9. Alinear fit ...

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an exponent of -1.75, yielding a

exponential base heating decay over a slender cone-hemisphere for laminar flow

(Moo = 9, ReoVft = 2 X 1()5) reported by Francis and Davey^ also is included in

the ...

an exponent of -1.75, yielding a

**correlation**of (hD/hc) = 9 -1*75. A similarexponential base heating decay over a slender cone-hemisphere for laminar flow

(Moo = 9, ReoVft = 2 X 1()5) reported by Francis and Davey^ also is included in

the ...

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The data obtained in the thick turbulent boundary layers and similar data

obtained in thin turbulent boundary layers were

regression analysis code (MRA), which provides statistical information as to the

adequacy of ...

The data obtained in the thick turbulent boundary layers and similar data

obtained in thin turbulent boundary layers were

**correlated**using a multipleregression analysis code (MRA), which provides statistical information as to the

adequacy of ...

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### Contents

Effects of Atmospheric Structure on Radiative Heating | 3 |

Radiative Flux Penetration through a Blown Shock Layer | 22 |

Approximate In viscid Radiating Flowfieid Analysis | 42 |

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