a tiny rocket dia 8mm, length 30mm, needs a laminar flow with coanda end-dome that "sucks" the airflow into the center axis behind the projectile´s tail.
the task is 1. to show the "coanda" effect at different velocities (0-<mach0.5), and 2. how this effect can be locally disturbed by what forces applied, and 3. how the thrust jet is influenced/squeezed by the orthogonal pressure vector caused by the coanda effect, and 4. How a turn rate would be, forces, etc.
please only apply if you are a fluid dynamics specialist.
Task1 should be done in September/october, last task finished in october/november.
look a the xls sheet for more info and pics. the pic sheet is what i need as result page.
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