Numerical and Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Bypass Mass Flow Due to Small Gaps in a Transonic Channel Flow
Within the joint project PAK 75 (Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft DFG), a novel process for the production of gas phase synthesized particles is developed. The key features of the process are shock induced precursor combustion, homogeneous particle growth at constant thermodynamic conditions and gas dynamic nozzle quenching within a double choked Laval nozzle system (fig. 1)  .
KeywordsRecirculation Zone Oblique Shock Laval Nozzle Shock System Shock Train
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