The Effect of Cooling on the Supersonic Boundary Layer Stability and Transition
The present paper describes the carried out experimental studies of the laminar boundary layer stability on a flat plate and the transition into a turbulent state both by cooling of a streamlined surface and by its heating. There are confirmed the main theses of the linear theory of hydrodynamic stability. An explanation of the transition reversal appearing in tests in the wind tunnels on cooled models is given.
KeywordsVortex Crystallization Steam Tungsten Dinate
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