National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Glenn Research Center

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Dr. Isaiah M. Blankson

Current as of 2006

  1. NATO/RTO Publication: Technologies for Propelled Hypersonic Flight. RTO-TR-AVT-007-V2-09, Chapter 9: “Scramjet Scaling and Flowpath Scaling”. Pages 9/1-9/26, January 2006.
  2. “Solving the MHD Equations by the Space-time Conservation Element and Solution-element (CE/SE) Method”. Journal of Computational Physics, Volume 214, p 599-617, 2006.
  3. “Solving the MHD Equations by the CESE Method without Special Treatment for Div B = 0.” AIAA Journal. Vol. 42, no.12, p2605-2608, 2005.
  4. “Method for the Experimental Determination of the Injectant Mass Fraction and Concentration Distributions in a Supersonic Turbulent Mixing Flow.” AIAA Paper 2006-3359. 38th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit, 6-8 June 2006, Sacramento, Ca.
  5. Gonor, A.L., Khaikine, V.A., and Blankson, I.M., An Accurate Method for Determining the Injectant Mass Fraction Distribution in a Scramjet Engine Channel and Influence of the Mixing Efficiency on Performance of the Engine with Pylon Set Located in the Inlet, AIAA paper 2006-4917.
  6. “An Accurate Experimental Method for Determining the Injectant Mass Fraction Distribution in a Supersonic Turbulent Flow Mixing Region: No restrictions on Gamma”, submitted to the 14th AIAA/AHI Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference, Canberra, Australia, November 2006.
  7. “Passive Millimeter-Wave Imaging: Application to Aviation Safety in Extremely Poor Visibility”. AIAA Paper 2005-1216. Presented at 43rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences and Exhibit. Reno, Nevada. January 10 –13, 2005. (Invited Paper: Sensor Systems Technologies for Airborne and Ground-based Applications.)
  8. “Numerical and Experimental Tests of a Supersonic Inlet Utilizing a Pylon Set for Mixing, Combustion and Thrust Enhancement.” AIAA Paper 2005-3290. Presented at AIAA/CIRA 13th International Space Planes and Hypersonics Systems and Technologies. Capua, Italy. June, 2005.
  9. “Numerical and Experimental Tests of a Supersonic Inlet Utilizing a Pylon Set for Mixing, Combustion, and Thrust Enhancement”, AIAA paper 2005-3290.
  10. “Unsteady Fluid Structure Interaction in a Turbine Blade,” Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo, Paper GT2005-68157, June 2005, pp.1-10. (with R. Gorla, Cleveland State University))
  11. “A New Approach for Experimental Determination of an Injectant Mass Fraction Distribution in a Supersonic Flow with Turbulent Mixing”. AIAA Paper 2005-5279. Presented at 35th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit, Toronto, Canada.
  12. “Development of a Mixing Analogy for Investigation of Injectant Mixing in Supersonic Flows”. AIAA Paper 2005-5319. Presented at 35th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit, Toronto, Canada.
  13. “On Waverider Performance at Hypersonic Speed and High Altitudes”. AIAA Paper 2005-0512. 43rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences and Exhibit. Reno, Nevada. January, 2005.
  14. “GLENN 20/20”. Results of the GRC Visioning Team. A presentation by the Visioning Team to the DLT (Nov. 2004).
  15. “Hypersonic Engine Using MHD Energy Bypass with a Conventional Turbojet: A Progress Report.” AIAA Paper No.2003 – 6922, presented at the 12th AIAA international Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems Conference. 15 – 19 December 2003. Norfolk, VA.
  16. Blankson, I.M. et al “Magnetogasdynamic Power Extraction and Flow Conditioning for a Gas Turbine.” AIAA Paper No.2003 – 4289.
  17. Gilinsky, M., Gonor, A.L., Khaikine, V.A., and Blankson I.M., Supersonic Inlet with Pylons Set and Star-Shaped Forebody for Mixing, Combustion, and Thrust Enhancement, AIAA paper 2003-7044.
  18. Shvets, A.I., Gilinsky, M., and Blankson, I.M., Wind Tunnel Test Results for Gas Flows inside Axisymmetric Cavities on Cylindric Bodies with Nose Cones, AIAA paper 2003-7064. (jointly with Moscow State University.)
  19. Gilinsky, M., Sinkine, N., Akyurtlu, J, Blankson, I.M., Maron, V.I., and Akyurtlu, A., Enhancement of Mixing and Heat Transfer by Corrugated Permeable Walls, AIAA paper 2003-7016.
  20. Gonor, A.L., Gilinsky, M., Khaikine, V.A., and Blankson, I.M., Development of a Mixing Analogy for Investigation of Injectant Mixing in Supersonic Flow, AIAA paper 2004-4204.
  21. Shvets, A.I., Voronin, V.I., Blankson, I.M., Khaikine, V.A., and Thomas, L., On Waverider Performance with Hypersonic Flight Speed and High Altitudes, AIAA paper 2005-0021. (jointly with Moscow State University.)
  22. Gonor, A.L., Gilinsky, M., Khaikine, V.A., Gottlieb, J.J., and Blankson, I.M., A New Approach for Experimental Determination of an Injectant Mass Fraction Distribution in a Supersonic Flow with Turbulent Mixing, AIAA paper 2005-3202.
  23. Akyurtlu, A., Akyurtlu, J., Gonor, A.L., Blankson, I.M., Khaikine, V.A., Cutler, A.D., and Gilinsky, M., Numerical and Experimental Tests of a Supersonic Inlet with Pylon Set and Fuel Injection through Pylons, AIAA Paper 2006-1032.
  24. Gilinsky, M., and Blankson, I.M., Internal Design Applications for Inlet and Nozzle Aeroperformance Improvement, AIAA Paper 2000-3170, 36th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, 17-19 June, 2000, Huntsville, Al.
  25. Gilinsky, M., Blankson, I.M., Gromov V.G., and Sakharov V.I., Corrugated and Composite Nozzle, Inlets for Thrust and Noise Benefit. AIAA Paper N 2001-1893, Presented at the AIAA/NAL-NASDA SAS 10th International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technology Conference, 24-27 April 2001, Kyoto, Japan. (jointly with Moscow State University.)
  26. Gilinsky, M., Washington, C., Blankson, I.M., Shvets,A.I., “Spike-Nosed Bodies and Forward Injected Jets in Supersonic Flow,” AIAA 02-3918. (jointly with Moscow State University.)
  27. M. Zhang, S. T. John Yu, S. C. Chang, I. M. Blankson, “Calculation of the Ideal MHD Equations by the CESE Method without Special Treatment of the Divergence-Free Constraint of the Magnetic Field”, AIAA Paper 2003-0324.
  28. “Further Designs of Opto-mechanical Scanners for use in Passive mm-wave Imaging,” Proceedings of SPIE Vol.5077, pp.22-32, 2003
  29. “Passive Millimetre-wave Imaging Architectures,” Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics, Vol.5, pp.S103-S110, 2003
  30. Publication for ISABE99 (Florence, Italy. Sept 1999). “Anatomy of a Hypersonic Airbreather: a Turbine Based Combined – Cycle Hypersonic Cruise Application/Vehicle.”
  31. “Problem of radiovision System Resolution Improvement in Millimeter Wave. (with Moscow State University)”. Presented at AEROSENSE Symposium 1999, Orlando. FLORIDA, April 13, 1999.
  32. ” Aerothermal Analysis of Hypersonic Flows using Generalized Thermo-fluid Dynamic Equations.” AIAA Paper No.2001-2902 , presented at the AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Anaheim, California, June 11-12, 2001.
  33. ”Shock Waves Mitigation at Blunt Bodies Using Needles, One-and-Two-Phase Jets against a Supersonic Flow “. Published as AIAA Paper 2001-3204, Joint Propulsion Conference, July 8-11, 2001. Salt Lake City, UTAH)
  34. “Review of Millimeter-Wave Imaging Architectures.” Presented at SPIE Symposium, Orlando, FL. April 2002. (Published in Applied Optics Journal)
  35. “Application of the CE/SE Method to the One – Dimensional Magnetohydrodynamic Equations”. Presented at 38th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Indianapolis, IN, July 07-10, 2002.
  36. “Calculation of Ideal MHD equations by CESE Method without Special Treatment of the Divergence-free Constraint of the Magnetic Field”, Presented at 38th AIAA Reno, NV, January 2003. AIAA Paper 2003 – 3888.
  37. “Subsonic Experiments Using the LoFLYTE Hypersonic Waverider Vehicle.” AIAA Paper No. 98-1550, presented at the AIAA 8th Aerospace Planes Conference, Norfolk, Virginia, April 27-30, 1998
  38. “An Approach to Teaching Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Airbreathing Hypersonics.” AIAA Paper No. 98-1548, presented at the AIAA 8th Aerospace Planes Conference, Norfolk, Virginia, April 27-30, 1998
  39. Optimization of radiovision systems in millimeter wave range, Y. A. Pirogov, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State Univ. (Russia); M. F. Attia, Johnson C. Smith Univ, Isaiah Blankson, NASA Lewis Research Center, Chris Papanicolpopoulos, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), V. V. Gladun, D. A. Tishchenko, E. N. Terentiev, O.Terekhova, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State Univ. (Russia). [3378-19] AEROSENSE : Aerospace/Defense Sensing and Controls Conference. 13-17 April 1998, Orlando, Fla. Proceedings of SPIE : Passive Millimeter Wave Imaging Technology.
  40. “A Computer Aided Design Method for Hypersonic Transports.” International Journal of Computers and their Applications, Vol. 4, No. 1, April 1997, pp 56 – 64.
  41. “Waverider Aircraft Design Technologies.” Paper no. ICAS-94-1.1.3,
  42. 19th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, Anaheim, California, 1994.
  43. “Air-Breathing Hypersonic Cruise: Prospects for Mach 4-7 Waverider Aircraft.”ASME Paper 92-GT-437. Invited Paper presented at the International Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress and Exposition, Cologne, Germany June 1-4, 1992.
  44. “Air-Breathing Hypersonic Cruise: Prospects for Mach 4-7 Waverider Aircraft.” ASME Journal of Propulsion and Power, January-April, 1994
  45. “Wing Leading – Edge Design Concepts for Airbreathing Hypersonic Waveriders.”AIAA Paper No. 94-0379, presented at the AIAA 32nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Reno, Nevada, January 10-13, 1994. (published in AIAA Journal of Aircraft)
  46. AIAA Journal of Aircraft, V32, Number 2, pp 307- 312, March-April, 1995.
  47. “Propulsion/Airframe Integration Issues for Waverider Aircraft.”AIAA Paper No. 93-0506, presented at the AIAA 31st Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, January 11-14, 1993.
  48. “Current Technologies for Waverider Aircraft.”AIAA Paper No. 93-0400, presented at the AIAA 31st Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, January 11-14, 1993.
  49. “NASA’s Hypersonic Flight Research Program.” AIAA Paper No. 93-0308, presented at the AIAA 31st Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, January 11-12, 1991.
  50. “NASA’s Generic Hypersonics Program.” Contractor Assisted Report. SRS Technologies, Arlington, VA. Dec. 1993 (in press)
  51. “Hypersonics: Technology Integration/Multidisciplinary Research.” Contractor Assisted Report. W. J. Schafer Associates, Washington DC., Contract No. NASW-4470, Feb. 1994 (in press).
  52. “Hypersonic Waveriders: State of the Concept. “AIAA Paper No. 91-0529, presented at the AIAA 26th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, January 7-10, 1991.
  53. BOOK: Proceedings of the 1st International Waverider Symposium, (Editors: Anderson, J. D., Jr., Lewis, M.J., Corda, S., and Blankson, I.M.) University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, October 17-19, 1990. (to be published as AIAA Education series)
  54. “Research Studies on Switchgear: A Gas-Dynamic model for the Unsteady Flow in Molded Case Industrial Circuit Breakers.” CRD Report No. 85CRD173, General Electric Company, Construction Business Equipment Division. Dec. 1985.
  55. “The Interaction of a Hot Gas Flow and a Cryogenic Liquid Spray in a Channel. CRD Report No. 86CRD318, General Electric Company, Corporate Research and Development Center, Dec. 1986. (Classified)
  56. “Performance of NASP-type Cryogenic Ejectors: Ice Formation and Adherence to Simulated Compressor Blade Surfaces.” CRD Report No. 86CRD322, General Electric Company, Corporate Research and Development Center. Dec. 1986. (Classified)
  57. “Process Development of a Hot Nitrogen Gas Spray Gun for the Melting and Deposition of Viscoelastic Particles.” CRD Report No. 87CRD097, General Electric Company, Corporate Research and Development Center, July 1987.
  58. “Prospects for Future Hypersonic Air-breathing Vehicles” AIAA Paper No. 91-5009, presented at the AIAA Third Aerospace Planes Conference, Orlando, Florida, December 3-5, 1991
  59. “Prospects for Air-Breathing Hypersonic Waveriders.” AIAA Paper No. 92-0303, presented at the AIAA 30th Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Jan 6-9,1992. Reno, Nevada.
  60. “Prospects for Future Hypersonic Air-breathing Vehicles” 10th International Symposium on Air-breathing Engines (ISABE), Nottingham, U.K., 1991
  61. “Vortex Shedding in the Wake of a Vibrating Flexible Cylinder in Cross-Flow”(with M. Finston). M.I.T. Aerophysics Lab TR 151, April 1969. (Naval Air Development Center, Contract No. N62269-67-C-0453)
  62. “Experimental Investigation of a Laminar Axisymmetric Cone Near Wake at Mach 6.3 Using Magnetic Model Suspension, ” – Annual Progress Report, USAF, November 1971. (Contract No. F44720-69C-0013)).
  63. “Experimental Investigation of a Laminar Axisymmetric Cone Near Wake at Mach 6.3 Using Magnetic Model Suspension,*” – Annual Progress Report, USAF, December 1972. (Contract No. F44720-69C-0013)).
  64. “Experimental Study of the Mean Flow in a Laminar Axisymmetric Cone Near-Wake at Mach Number Equals 6.3 Using Magnetic Model Suspension” – Final Report, USAF, June 1973. ( US AFOSR-TR-74-1516, Gov’t Acc No. AD787993).
  65. “Measurements in the Laminar Near-Wake of Magnetically Suspended Cones at Mach 6.3″. (with M. Finston). AIAA Journal, pages 1562-1567, Dec. 1975.
  66. “An Integral Method for the Hypersonic Near-wake Recirculation Region.” M.I.T Aerophysics Lab TR 178, August 1971
  67. “Approximate Analysis of the Flowfield and Aerodynamic Heating of a Finned 120mm Projectile at Mach 5.”Internal Report (Classified) dec. 1986. General Electric Armament Systems Division, Burlington, Vermont.
  68. “A Theoretical Model for Fluid Flow Through Ink Jet Nozzle Arrays.” Internal Report X8102582, July 1981. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  69. “The Velocity Sensitivity and Directional Uniformity of Ink-Jet Micro-Nozzle Arrays.” Internal Report X8102583, Sept 1981. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  70. “An Electrostatics Problem of Two Overlapping L-Shaped Electrodes Using Jacobian Elliptic Functions.” International Journal of Electrostatics, Vol. 16, pp33-45,1982
  71. “Minimizing Crosstalk in Charge Tunnel Array Design. “Internal Report X800295, September 1980. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  72. “A Non-Linear Theory for Stability and Breakup of Laminar Liquid Jets – The Influence of Nozzle Geometry and Velocity Profile Relaxation.” Internal Report X830175, August 1983. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  73. “Analytical and Numerical Studies (using the Fast Fourier Transform) of Two-Dimensional Charge Transfer Processes in the Line-Spreading of Xerographic Images. “Internal Report X7700819, June 1977. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  74. “Calculations of Electrostatic Field Distributions in an Electrohydrodynamic Drop Generator. “Internal Report X8200572, May 1982. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  75. “Analyses of Fluid Dynamics and Electrostatics Problems Associated with the Design of an Ink-Jet Printhead. “Internal Report X8003597, October,1980. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  76. “Gas-Dynamic Channel Design of Generator for Electrostatic Images Using an Ionized Stream. “Internal Report X751033, May,1975. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  77. “A Theoretical and Experimental Study of an Electrostatic Field Arising in the Design of Compact Ink-Jet Deflection Arrays.” Proceedings, 2nd International Congress on Advances in Non-Impact Printing Technologies, Arlington, VA. November 4-8, 1984.
  78. “Flow Induced Oscillations of a Flexible Circular Cylinder. “M.Sc Thesis, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Dept of Aeronautics and Astronautics, May 1970.
  79. “The Design and Experimental verification of a Magnetic Twin-Auger Mixing System.” Acc. No. X7500319, Webster Research Center, Xerox Corporation, March 1975.
  80. “Research Studies of Resonant Cavity and Traveling Wave Drop Generator Acoustics and Hydrodynamics: Application of Conformal Mapping to Eigenvalue Determination of Type 1 Drop Generators, “Internal Note, June 1980. Webster Research Center, Xerox Corporation.
  81. “Motion of a Rectilinear Stream of Monosized Liquid Droplets in Air.” Internal Report X7800040, February, 1978. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  82. “The 1st Drop Problem in Bubble-Jet Printheads.” Internal Note, June 1986. Webster Research Center, Xerox Corporation.
  83. “Analysis of the TIC Phenomenon (Intermittent Misdirection of a Thin Liquid Jet): Non- Axisymmetric Nozzle wall Boundary Perturbation,” Internal Report X800029, February,1980. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.
  84. “Aerodynamics of Electrostatically Charged Deflected Droplets Using the Oseen Approximation: Single, Two-Drop, and N-Drop Trajectories, “Internal Report X7900176, August 1979. Xerox Corporation, Webster Research Center.