Unsteady Effects of Shock Wave induced Separation

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Piotr Doerffer, Charles Hirsch, Jean-Paul Dussauge, Holger Babinsky, George N. Barakos
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 25, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 349 pages
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This volume contains description of experimental and numerical results obtained in the UFAST project. The goal of the project was to generate experiment data bank providing unsteady characteristics of the shock boundary layer interaction. The experiments concerned basic-reference cases and the cases with application of flow control devices. Obtained new data bank have been used for the comparison with available simulation techniques, starting from RANS, through URANS, LES and hybrid RANS-LES methods. New understanding of flow physics as well as ability of different numerical methods in the prediction of such unsteady flow phenomena will be discussed.

 

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Contents

Introduction UFAST Project Overview
1
Part I Transonic Interactions
11
Part II Nozzle Flows
132
Part III Shock Reflection
216
Part IV Summary by Work Packages
312
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