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Old   June 24, 2016, 04:31
Question Thesis help: Wave-drag reduction using passive flow method
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I am beginning to work toward my thesis, on a subject related to shock-wave/boundary layer interaction and wave-drag reduction using passive flow method.

Objective: To try and see the effect of introducing a passive flow (through a channel connecting the high-pressure to the low-pressure region, downstream & upstream of the normal shock wave resp. in a transonic flow) on wave drag reduction. The airfoil chosen is the NACA0012.

Can anybody help me as to how to go about it?
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boundary layer control, shock wave, transonic flow, wave drag

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