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Old   January 10, 2000, 08:49
Default Hypersonic flow applied to blunt nosed (ie. 2d bodies)
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manishkumar
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Please give me the details of the equations to be used for the analysis of the same on the computers ,that too. The area of application is The Hyp. flow applied to blunt nosed bodies (ie the analysis in 2dimension). Any info. will be gladly accepted. Thank you for the same. I would like to discuss about the same in detail.(if you would please...) Hope to hear from you soon..... cya!!!!!
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Old   January 10, 2000, 22:36
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Afshin Azari-Vala
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I'm a PhD student at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS). I specialize in the analysis of hypersonic flow about flying vehicles especially blunt nosed bodies. Are you only looking for the governing equations of hypersonics?
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