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Shock Waves pp 517-522 | Cite as

Hysteresis effect of oblique shock interactions in an axisymmetric steady flow

  • Y. Burtschell
  • D. E. Zeitoun
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Abstract.

A numerical study of the interaction of two oblique shock waves has been investigated in an axisymmetric flow. The first one is produced by a conical ring with a sharp leading edge located at the exit of a supersonic nozzle. The second one is generated by a centre-body placed along the symmetry axis of the nozzle in the test chamber. The forward and backward displacement of the centre-body show experimentally three different configurations of this interaction with a double loop hysteresis between them. The numerical results have reproduced these configurations with a precise description of the flow features. But the hysteresis effect has been partially described.

Keywords

Hysteresis Effect Oblique Shock Mach Stem Oblique Shock Wave Regular Reflection 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Y. Burtschell
    • 1
  • D. E. Zeitoun
    • 1
  1. 1.Université de ProvenceEcole Polytechnique Universitaire de MarseilleMarseilleFrance

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