Shock Wave-Boundary-Layer Interactions
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Shock Wave/Boundary Layer Interaction (SBLI) is a fundamental phenomenon in gasdynamics and frequently a defining feature in high speed aerodynamic flowfields. The interactions can be found in practical situations, ranging from transonic aircraft wings to hypersonic vehicles and engines. SBLI's have the potential to pose serious problems and is thus a critical issue for aerospace applications. This is the first book devoted solely to a comprehensive, state of the art explanation of the phenomenon with coverage of all flow regimes where SBLI's occur. The book includes contributions from leading international experts who share their insight into SBLI physics and the impact of these interactions on practical flow situations. This book is aimed at practitioners and graduate students in aerodynamics who wish to familiarise themselves with all aspects of SBLI flows. It is a valuable resource for the specialist because it gathers experimental, computational and theoretical knowledge in one place.Read more
- Shock Wave-Boundary-Layer Interactions (SBLIs) have the potential to pose serious problems and are a critical issue for aerospace applications
- This is the first book devoted solely to a comprehensive, state-of-the-art explanation of the phenomenon
- An indispensable resource for the specialist because it gathers experimental, computational and theoretical knowledge in one place
Reviews & endorsements
"… it not only provides an excellent introduction but also brings researchers in the field up to date."
N. Riley, Contemporary Physics TodaySee more reviews
"A welcome addition to the literature on high-speed flows, this volume assembles nine technical chapters by experts in specific and generic problems of shock-wave interactions with boundary layers that continue to challenge experiment, numerical simulation and modelling … an excellent technical overview of the subject and provides extensive background material to enable readers to appreciate the current journal literature."
The Aeronautical Journal
15th Aug 2014 by Kaushik
Excellent manuscript in this field. Thanks to authors for their sincere efforts. Helpful to me and my students. Highly recommended to academicians especially in Gas Dynamics area.
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- Date Published: December 2011
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781139118422
- contains: 384 b/w illus. 1 table
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction John K. Harvey and Holger Babinsky
2. Physical introduction Jean Delery
3. Transonic shock wave boundary layer interactions Holger Babinsky and Jean Delery
4. Ideal gas shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions in supersonic flows and their modeling - two dimensional interactions Alexander A. Zheltovodov and Doyle D. Knight
5. Ideal gas shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions in supersonic flows and their modeling - three dimensional interactions Doyle D. Knight and Alexander A. Zheltovodov
6. Experimental studies of shock wave/boundary layer interactions in hypersonic flows Michael S. Holden
7. Numerical simulation of hypersonic shock wave boundary layer interactions Graham V. Candler
8. Shock wave/boundary layer interactions taking place in hypersonic flows John K. Harvey
9. Shock wave unsteadiness in turbulent shock wave boundary layer interactions P. Dupont, J. F. Debieve and J. P. Dussauge
10. Analytical treatment of shock/boundary layer interactions George Inger.
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