Titchener, N and Babinsky, H and Loth, E (2012) Can fundamental shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction research be relevant to inlet aerodynamics? In: UNSPECIFIED.Full text not available from this repository.
The important influence of shock waves on supersonic inlet performance has led to much time and effort being expended in the area of shock wave/boundary layer interaction research (SWBLI) and SWBLI control. In this short review, the impact of SWBLIs on supersonic inlet aerodynamic research is discussed and is contrasted with fundamental SWBLI research. Inlet research focussed on internal flow performance is reviewed, based on the salient results, conclusions, and the limitations of such work. The role of fundamental SWBLI research in relation to supersonic inlet research is considered, and the possible positive impact of improving the link between fundamental SWBLI research and inlet design is considered. A simple flow-field is discussed which is thought to be able to simulate at least some more of the flow physics found in a typical inlet. A brief review of real inlet parameters is then given to help determine appropriate fundamental experimental parameters such as incoming Mach number, incoming boundary-layer thickness and subsonic difiuser angle. Copyright © 2012 by N. Titchener, H. Babinsky, and E. Loth.
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|Divisions:||Div A > Fluid Mechanics|
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|Date Deposited:||15 Dec 2015 12:42|
|Last Modified:||02 May 2016 06:54|