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Some Features of the Transcritical Boundary Layer Interaction and Separation

  • V. Ja. Neiland
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Part of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics book series (IUTAM)

Abstract

The asymptotic theory of the inviscid flow boundary layer interaction is an important part of the viscous gas dynamics at high Reynolds numbers. It is based on the fundamental idea of L. Prandtl about a possible division of the total flow into the inviscid flow and thin boundary layer [l]. This idea is due to the attempt to explain rationally the flow separation from a body surface. The idea of Prandtl appeared extremely fruitful not only for the viscous flow dynamics but also for many other problems of the applied mathematics. The initial theory formulation assumes the possibility to get at first the solution for the external inviscid gas flow and then for the boundary layer at a given pressure distribution. Later L. Prandtl[2]showed the possibility to refine the solution allowing for the effect of the boundary layer displacement on the external flow. In the next approximation it is necessary to take into account the impact of the external flow change on the boundary layer flow, etc. Actually, the concept of the weak interaction theory was formulated.

Keywords

Boundary Layer Integral Curve Hypersonic Flow Integral Curf Inviscid Flow 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. Ja. Neiland
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  1. 1.U.S.S.R. The Central Institute of Aero-And HydrodynamtcsZhukowsky-Town,3USSR

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