Three-Dimensional Laminar Boundary Layer Over Body of Revolution at Incidence. Part VI. General Methods and Results of the Case of High Incidence.
MARTIN MARIETTA LABS BALTIMORE MD
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The report presents general methods for calculating three-dimensional laminar boundary layers over inclined blunt bodies not necessarily bodies of revolution. Complete incompressible results for a prolate spheroid at 30 degrees incidence are presented, and the computational procedures are described. The rule of the zone of dependence was observed. The results display for the first time the boundary layer structure over a non-spherical and non-conical blunt body in all details, and confirm the open-type of separation proposed earlier. Author
- Fluid Mechanics