Investigation of Weak Shock-Shock and Shock-Expansion Intersection in the Presence of a Turbulent Boundary Layer

Mee, David J. and Stalker, R. J. (1987). Investigation of Weak Shock-Shock and Shock-Expansion Intersection in the Presence of a Turbulent Boundary Layer. In: AIAA 25th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, (). 12-15 January, 1987.

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Author Mee, David J.
Stalker, R. J.
Title of paper Investigation of Weak Shock-Shock and Shock-Expansion Intersection in the Presence of a Turbulent Boundary Layer
Conference name AIAA 25th Aerospace Sciences Meeting
Conference location Reno, Nevada
Conference dates 12-15 January, 1987
Publication Year 1987
Sub-type Fully published paper
Issue 87-0549
Abstract/Summary An investigation of intersecting shock-shock and shock-expansion interactions with a turbulent boundary layer is reported. The form of these interactions is interpreted from experimental results at Mach 1.85. It is found that intersecting shock interactions can produce a given overall pressure rise with less likelihood of separation than an equivalent strength single shock interaction. A simple theory to predict limiting streamline deflection angles is extended to boundary layer interactions with multiple merging and intersecting shock wave and expansion fan configurations and shows reasonable agreement with experiments. The possibility that intersecting wave interactions can lead to boundary layer separation is discussed.
Subjects 290201 Aerodynamics
Keyword shock wave boundary layer interaction
supersonic flow
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