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Old   April 13, 2002, 17:07
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Hi all. I've implemented the k-omega turbulence model and I've been looking for 2-D, compressible (M ~3) compression ramp test cases to validate my model. My problem is that the maximum ramp angle I can test using my code is about 15 degrees, and all the experimental and numerical data that I've found is for higher ramp angles. Can anyone please direct me to a paper/publication where I can obtain skin friction and pressure profiles for a ramp of about 15 degrees? Thanks in advance.
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