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Solving the Mystery of the Extra Shock Wave
Posted Mon August 13, 2001 @06:44PM
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Application In the second of their Mysteries of Engineering Fluid Dynamics series, AEA Technology examines the reason behind an "extra" shock wave found on flow past a sharp wedge.

The case [pdf] examines supersonic flow past a 10 degree wedge and the creation of an oblique shock off the bottom surface which is parallel to the flow. It is an interesting application which explores the complex nature of a seemingly simple flowfield.

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