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Effect of flow bleed on shock wave/boundary layer interaction
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Effect of flow bleed on shock wave/boundary layer interaction
Kim, Hui-Dong; ; Matsuo, Kazuyasu;
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Experiments of shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction were conducted by using a supersonic wind tunnel. Nominal Mach number was varied in the range of 1.6 to 3.0 by means of different nozzles. The objective of the present study is to investigate the effects of boundary layer flow bleed on the interaction flow field in a straight tube. Two-dimensional slits were installed on the tube walls to bleed the turbulent boundary layer flows. The bleed flows were measured by an orifice. The ratio of the bleed mass flow to main mass flow was controlled within the range of 11 per cent. The wall pressures were measured by the flush mounted transducers and Schlieren optical observations were made for almost all of the experiments. The results show that the boundary layer flow bleed reduces the multiple shock waves to a strong normal shock wave. For the design Mach number of 1.6, it was found that the normal shock wave at the position of the silt was resulted from the main flow choking due to the suction of the boundary layer flow.
Compressible Flow;Supersonic Wind Tunnel;Supersonic Nozzle;Normal Shock Wave;Boundary Layer;Pseudo Shock Wave;Supersonic Diffuser;
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