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Old   October 9, 2006, 19:39
Default Why is the inlet temperature(1
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Why is the inlet temperature(1K) and pressure(1P) for the forward step case so small? I am thinking of adapting it to flow through a nozzle.
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Old   October 9, 2006, 19:57
Default I guess, this is just to make
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I guess, this is just to make things simple. the properties of the fluid is so chosen that at temperature 1K the speed of sound becomes 1m/s so that u=3 -> M=3. since ideal gas equations are used, this does not make any difference.
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