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Old   July 26, 1998, 20:17
Default Supersonic fluid flow patern in a dip
Daniel Vahidi
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I'm searching for some paper(s) posted on the web specifically about Supersonic Fluid Flow in Cavities/Dips which include(s) some pictures about the phenomenon. I haven't found any URL address so far. If have any idea about that, please inform me. Thank you.

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Old   July 28, 1998, 18:47
Default Re: Supersonic fluid flow patern in a dip
John C. Chien
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The formal subject name maybe :" Supersonic Flow over a Cavity ". The flow inside the cavity normally is subsonic. If this is the case. Then try the AIAA Journal. Supersonic flow over a cavity is usually un-steady, which is created by the shear layer/ supersonic flow interaction. A shot in this case does not give you the whole picture. (If this is not the case, I would like to know how you create supersonic flow in a cavity.)
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