Compressible fluids in steady two-dimensional subsonic flow
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By considering the correct differential equations for steady two-dimensional subsonic flow and making successive approximations to their solutions, the adiabatic flow past a large number of profiles can be obtained as accurately as desired, even when approaching sonic speed. Examples are given and results compared with those obtained by other means. A way of constructing channels suitable for subsonic flow at high speed is also indicated. Finally, a method of estimation by upper and lower bounds is suggested.
KeywordsMach Number Incompressible Flow Thickness Ratio Compressible Flow Compressible Fluid
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