Vibrations of a fan jet in running a supersonic jet into a notched obstacle
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Some kinds of vibrations of a fan jet are described. A physical model of one kind of self-excited vibrations of the fan jet is formulated. The formulas to calculate the frequencies of self-excited vibrations are given.
KeywordsFlange Periodic Vibration Direct Shock Intense Vibration Flange Edge
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