Viscous and Inviscid Hypersonic Flow About a Double Ellipsoid

  • Klaus Dortmann
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Abstract

The steady hypersonic flow over a double ellipsoid is numerically investigated for two nonreacting inviscid cases at Ma = 8.15, one reacting inviscid case at Ma = 25 with the freestream conditions taken from standard atmosphere at 75km and one nonreacting viscous case at Ma = 8.15 and Re = 1.27 × 106. For the last two cases an error estimation is performed by means of global mesh refinement.

Keywords

Enthalpy Rium Aircrafts 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • Klaus Dortmann
    • 1
  1. 1.Dornier Luftfahrt GmbHFriedrichshafenGermany

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