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Old   October 18, 2000, 11:57
Default Transonic Test Case
Scott Holloway
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I am looking for a test case that examines transonic flow conditions (shocks, etc.) in an airfoil cascade. I would like references for an experimental study or a good CFD study that uses an experimental validation case.

I do not need anything complex.

I have heard of a standard benchmark transonic case. I believe it is called the (Ni-bump). If you know of a reference for this that would also help.

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Old   October 19, 2000, 16:46
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clifford bradford
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I did see in a research report from the VKI (von karman institute) where they compared numerical result to an exact solution of the euler equations over a cascade. send me an email and I'll remember to get it for you
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Old   October 31, 2000, 14:35
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Reaz Hasan
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Another well documented and widely used test case is Flow over a transonic bump by Bachalo and Johnson, AIAA J, v24, (437-443), 1986.
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