Inviscid and viscous interactions in subsonic corner flows

Kung Ming Chung, Po Hsiung Chang, Keh Chin Chang

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A flap can be used as a high-lift device, in which a downward deflection results in a gain in lift at a given geometric angle of attack. To characterize the aerodynamic performance of a deflected surface in compressible flows, the present study examines a naturally developed turbulent boundary layer past the convex and concave corners. This investigation involves the analysis of mean and fluctuating pressure distributions. The results obtained indicate strong inviscid-viscous interactions. There are upstream expansion and downstream compression for the convex-corner flows, while the opposite trend is observed for the concave-corner flows. A combined flow similarity parameter, based on the small perturbation theory, is proposed to scale the flow characteristics in both subsonic convex- and concave-corner flows.

期刊The Scientific World Journal
出版狀態Published - 2013

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • 一般生物化學,遺傳學和分子生物學
  • 一般環境科學


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