Separation-zone parameters ahead of a jet obstacle
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The geometric parameters of a separation zone originating during interaction between a supersonic stream and a transverse gas jet are considered. An approximate similarity law, which is verified by experimental results, is formulated for the presence of a high-intensity jet. The case when the separation point reaches the leading edge of the body or is fixed at a point of a sharp break in the body contour is considered specially.
KeywordsGeometric Parameter Separation Point Separation Zone Body Contour Sharp Break
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