TRANSONIC FLOWS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF A POINT WHERE A SHOCK WAVE MEETS THE SONIC LINE.
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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV SILVER SPRING MD APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
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The general outlines of the theory of homogeneous transonic flows are reviewed. Then it is shown how this theory may be applied to study of the singular behavior of a transonic flow close to a place where a shock meets a sonic line. Some examples are worked out in detail in order to show what kinds of singularities may arise in the midst of such flows. Author
- Fluid Mechanics