Antithermal Shield for Rockets

At high speed, the friction of air mass with the rocket surface produce local heating more than 1000 0C. For heat protection of rocket, on their outside surface are install antithermal shields.

Studing Coanda effect, respectively, the fluid flow on solids surface, the author Ioan Rusu discover by simply researches that the Coanda effect could be expanded also for the fluid flow on discontinuous solids, respectively, on solids with orifices. This phenomenon was named by the author, the expanded Coanda effect.

Start with this discovery, the author Ioan Rusu invent an antithermal shield, registered at Romanian Patent Office, OSIM, deposit F 2010 0153

This antithermal shield:
- is built as a covering rocket sheet with many orifices install with a minimum space from the rocket body
- take over the heat fluid generate by the frontal part of rocket and avoid the direct contact of heat fluid with the body of the rocket
- assure the evacuation of infrared radiation, generate by the heat fluid who flow on shield by expanded Coanda effect by reflection from rocket body surface

The paper “ANTITHERMAL SHIELD FOR ROCKETS WITH HEAT EVACUATION BY INFRARED RADIATION REFLECTION” was published by:

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY, ESA
http://esamultimedia.esa.int/multimedia/publications/SP-700/SP-700-toc.pdf

For study this patent, I recommend to read the full scientific paper at:
http://bulletin.incas.ro/files/ioan_rusu_v2no4_full.pdf

Attached files:
Antithermal shield for rockets.jpg
EXPANDED COANDA EFFECT.jpg

Patents:
RO 19,387 issued 2010-11-29   [MORE INFO]

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