The theory of transonic vortical gas flows
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For cases of plane and axisymmetric transonic vortical gas flows, the approximate equations for the stream function are constructed directly on the physical plane in the vicinity of the sonic-line point at which the entropy is extremal. Certain particular solutions are found which are generalizations of the familiar integrals of transonic gasdynamics without vortices.
KeywordsEntropy Vortex Stream Function Approximate Equation Physical Plane
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