Physics of unsteady cylinder-induced transitional shock wave boundary layer interactions
At the same time, in turbulent flows, turbulence production is enhanced which amplifies the viscous dissipation leading to aggravated performance losses. In addition, shock-induced separation most often results in large unsteadiness which can damage the vehicle structure or, at least, severely limit its performance.
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The article first presents basic and well-established results on the physics of SWBLI corresponding to a description in terms of an average two-dimensional steady flow. Then, some emphasis is placed on unsteadiness in SWBLI which constitutes a salient feature of this phenomenon.
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In spite of their importance, fluctuations in SWBLI have been considered since a relatively recent date although they represent a domain which deserves a special attention because of its importance for a clear physical understanding of interactions and of its practical consequences as in aeroelasticity. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. Shock Waves December , Cite as.
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 The effect of flow confinement on laminar shockwave/boundary-layer interactions
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Unsteadiness in shock-wave/boundary layer interactions
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