Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Synthetic Jet Actuator CFD simulation

A synthetic jet actuator is zero net mass flux device.
A synthetic jet is produced by the interactions of a train of vortices that are typically formed by alternating momentary ejection and suction of fluid across an orifice such that the net mass flux is zero. A unique feature of these jets is that they are formed entirely from the working fluid of the flow system in which they are deployed and thus can transfer linear momentum to the flow system without net mass injection across the flow boundary. 

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