Impingement of a Supersonic, Underexpanded Rarefied Jet upon a Flat Plate
The impingement of a high density jet upon a flat is known1 to produce a number of regimes the type of which depends on the aggregate of geometric and gaso- dynamic parameters. The processes accompanying the free jet rarefaction growth have also been extensively studied.2When the plate is brought into the jet, its influence and that of rarefaction tells on the jet simultaneously, and the processes, described in1 and2, are superimposed one upon another.
KeywordsShock Wave Flat Plate Expansion Ratio Shock Layer Circulation Zone
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