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A Passive Control of Interaction of Condensation Shock Wave anc Boundary Layer(I)
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 Title & Authors
A Passive Control of Interaction of Condensation Shock Wave anc Boundary Layer(I)
Choe, Yeong-Sang; Jeong, Yeong-Jun; Gwon, Sun-Beom;
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 Abstract
There were appreciable progresses on the study of shock wave / boundary layer interaction control in the transonic flow without nonequilibrium condensation. But in general, the actual flows associated with those of the airfoil of high speed flight body, the cascade of steam turbine and so on accompany the nonequilibrium condensation, and under a certain circumstance condensation shock wave occurs. Condensation shock wave / boundary layer interaction control is quite different from that of case without condensation, because the droplets generated by the result of nonequilibrium condensation may clog the holes of the porous wall for passive control and the flow interaction mechanism between the droplets and the porous system is concerned in the flow with nonequilibrium condensation. In these connections, it is necessary to study the condensation shock wave / boundary layer interaction control by passive cavity in the flow accompanying nonequilibrium condensation with condensation shock wave. In the present study, experiments were made on a roof mounted half circular arc in an indraft type supersonic wind tunnel to evaluate the effects of the porosity, the porous wall area and the depth of cavity on the pressure distribution around condensation shock wave. It was found that the porosity of 12% which was larger than the case of without nonequilibrium condensation produced the largest reduction of pressure fluctuations in the vicinity of condensation shock wave. The results also showed that wider porous area, deeper cavity for the same porosity of 12% are more favourable "passive" effect than the cases of its opposite. opposite.
 Keywords
Passive Control;Porosity;Supersonic Flow;Condensation Shock Wave;Nonequilibrium Condensation;
 Language
Korean
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