
Accession Number : AD0435101
Title : THEORY FOR SUPERSONIC TWODIMENSIONAL LAMINAR BASE TYPE FLOWS USING THE CROCCOLEES MIXING CONCEPTS,
Corporate Author : TECHNION  ISRAEL INST OF TECH HAIFA
Personal Author(s) : Rom ,Josef ; Rabinowicz,Josef
Report Date : MAY 1962
Pagination or Media Count : 29
Abstract : A separated flow field, in which its incoming boundary layer is undistrubed up to the separation point, is defined as a base type flow. Examples of such flows are: the flows over a blunt base and over a backward facing step. The CorccoLees theory is applied to the supersonic, twodimensional laminar base type flows defined above. The separated flow is divided into a mixing region and a recompression (or reattachement) region. Calculations of base pressure show its dependence on the Mach number and on two Reynolds number dependent variables. It is shown that existing base pressure data can be explained by these results. (Author)
Descriptors : (*BASE FLOW, SUPERSONIC FLOW), TWO DIMENSIONAL FLOW, LAMINAR FLOW, LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER, BOUNDARY LAYER TRANSITION, TURBULENCE, VISCOSITY, WAKE, PRESSURE, THEORY, COMPRESSIBLE FLOW, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE