Transonic Shock Interaction with a Tangentially-Injected Turbulent Boundary Layer,
WEST VIRGINIA UNIV MORGANTOWN
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This paper describes a non-asymptotic triple deck theory of transonic shockturbulent boundary layer interaction which takes into account the influence of upstream tangential injection on a curved wall. In addition to Reynolds number and the shock strength, the theory is parameterized by arbitrary values of the incoming boundary layer shape factor, wall jet maximum velocity ratio and the nondimensional height of this ratio results of a comprehensive parametric study are then presented. It is shown that the wall jet effects significantly reduce both the streamwise scale and displacement thickening of the interaction zone. While increasing the upstream and downstream skin friction levels, these effects also reduce the minimum interactive Cf and thus actually hasten the onset of incipient separation at the shock foot.