Investigation of Self-Induced Blowing and Suction Across a Region of Shock Wave-Boundary Layer Interaction.
Interim rept. Mar-May 75,
AEROSPACE RESEARCH LABS WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Self-induced blowing and suction were used in an attempt to reduce the separated region of a shock-boundary layer interaction. High pressure air was channeled from the downstream side of the separated bubble to the low pressure boundary layer upstream of the interaction. Data obtained from the configurations tested in this study showed no improvement over the plain wall separation case. Author
- Fluid Mechanics