Visualization of curved swept shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction in supersonic flow

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This work is funded by the National Nature Science Foundation of P. R. China through Grant Nos. 51806102, 11532007 and the priority academic program development of Jiangsu higher education institutions.

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Zhang, Y., Chen, L., Tan, H. et al. Visualization of curved swept shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction in supersonic flow. J Vis (2020).

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