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Glancing interactions between single and intersecting oblique shock waves and a turbulent boundary layer

  • D. J. Mee (a1), R. J. Stalker (a1) and J. L. Stollery (a1) (a2)

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The three-dimensional interactions of weak swept oblique shock and expansion waves and a turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate are investigated. Upstream influences in a single swept interaction are found to be consistent with a model of the flow involving shock/boundary-layer interaction characteristics. The model implies that there is more rapid thickening of the boundary layer close to the shock generator and this is seen to be consistent with surface streamline patterns. It is also found that a superposition principle, which is inherent in the triple-deck model of shock/boundary-layer interactions proposed by Lighthill, can be used to predict the pressure field and surface streamlines for the case of intersecting shock interactions and for the intersection of a shock with a weak expansion.

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Glancing interactions between single and intersecting oblique shock waves and a turbulent boundary layer

  • D. J. Mee (a1), R. J. Stalker (a1) and J. L. Stollery (a1) (a2)

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