Laminar compressible boundary layer flow at a three-dimensional stagnation point with vectored mass transfer

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Abstract

The effect of surface mass transfer velocities having normal, principal and transverse direction components (‘vectored’ suction and injection) on the steady, laminar, compressible boundary layer at a three-dimensional stagnation point has been investigated both for nodal and saddle points of attachment. The similarity solutions of the boundary layer equations were obtained numerically by the method of parametric differentiation. The principal and transverse direction surface mass transfer velocities significantly affect the skin friction (both in the principal and transverse directions) and the heat transfer. Also the inadequacy of assuming a linear viscosity-temperature relation at low-wall temperatures is shown.