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Numerical Analysis of the High-Subsonic Cavity Flows over a Curved Wall
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Numerical Analysis of the High-Subsonic Cavity Flows over a Curved Wall
Ye, A Ran; Das, Rajarshi; Kim, Heuy Dong;
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 Abstract
Most of the work has been done till now focused on flows over wall mounted cavities in a straight wall where the incoming flow is uniform. However, the investigation on such kind of flow over a cavity mounted on the curved walls has been seldom reported in the existing literatures. In the present study, the numerical analysis was performed to investigate the cavity flow mounted on the curved walls. The effects of wall shape, the curvature radius and the flow Mach number, were investigated for high-subsonic flows. The results show that the static pressure of cavity floor increases as the L/R increases. This effect is found to be more significant when the flow Mach number is higher. The cavity drag for the curved walls are higher as compared with that of straight wall.
 Keywords
Cavity Flow;Compressible Flow;Cavity Drag;High-Subsonic Flow;
 Language
Korean
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