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Old   August 2, 2007, 14:43
Default Abt: Added mass effect in compressible flow.
jinwon park
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My advisor insisted that the added mass effect should be included in the compressible flow. But I am curious that the added mass effect does not need to be included because of the compressible feature.

How do you think? Can anyone explain me about the physical reason in detail?

Thanks in advance!

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