## Hypersonic flow over a slender cone |

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### Contents

1 Notation | 7 |

3 The Blasius Boundary Layer | 23 |

km The Lnviscid Field | 30 |

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approximation assumption Blasius boundary layer boundary condition boundary layer merge boundary value boundary-layer coordinate calculated characteristic surfaces coefficients comparison component of velocity cone semi-vertex angle cone surface cone tip cone vertex conical convenient converge coordinate shift constant coordinate system Cornell University defined by Eq density derivative transformations differentiation with respect dissociation downstream edge Euler equation expansions flat plate flov flow field flow variables given in figure higher-order perturbations hypersonic regime ilach number integrated to give introduced inviscid region irrotational isentropic Kopal large values layer merge smoothly layer the pressure mathematical singularities meridional angle n-th iteration non-dimensionalized numerical solution obtained ordinary differential equation partial differentiation Prandtl Number pressure constant found put into Eq radius re-computed resulting Section shock location shock slope shock wave solved simultaneously spherical polar coordinate stream function subscript supersonic speed temperature terms of O C typical values velocity component viscosity