Optimal triple configurations of stationary shocks
Shock-wave systems consisted of three stationary shocks with common (triple) point T (Fig. 1,a–e) are called triple configurations. The slipstream (τ) emanates from the triple point and divides the streams that have gone through the sequence of shocks 1–2 and through the alone (main) shock 3 at another side of the triple point.
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