On Transonic Shock-Nonseparating Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction in Two-Dimensional Channels.
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VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND STATE UNIV BLACKSBURG DEPT OF AEROSPACE AND OCEAN ENGINEERING
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The flow model of Inger and Mason for the interaction of a weak normal shock with a turbulent non-separating boundary layer along a flat plate in an unbounded stream is generalized to the channel flow case. The understanding of such internal flows is highly important not only for the design of turbo-machines but also for comparison of theoretical results obtained under the assumption of an unbounded stream with data resulting from channel flow experiments. The present study deals in particular with the change of the upstream decay rate of the pressure disturbances due to the effect of wave reflections within the channel and the change of the pressure level in this region.
- Fluid Mechanics