BOUNDARY LAYER CHARACTERISTICS FOR HYPERSONIC FLOW WITH AND WITHOUT MASS ADDITION
NEW YORK UNIV NY
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Problems connected with viscous hypersonic flow with and without mass addition were theoretically and experimentally investigated. Specific viscous flow phenomena investigated are the boundary layer with large density gradients, the mixing in the presence of a wall, and the mixing of two fluids in the presence of pressure gradients. In the field of viscous flow with mass addition, nonsimilar, nonequilibrium, laminar boundary layers with surface ablation of subliming plastic materials were investigated analytically. In addition, research was performed in a spectrum of related fields.
- Fluid Mechanics