Computational Results for Flows Over Compression Ramps
Steady, hypersonic viscous flows over two-dimensional compression ramps are computed by means of a finite volume technique using a Runge-Kutta type time-stepping scheme. Results are presented based on laminar flow assumptions as well as for fully turbulent flows.
KeywordsMach Number Flat Plate Heat Transfer Rate Pressure Coefficient Separation Zone
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