## Özet

Present computational study investigates formation and interaction mechanisms of shocks and boundary layer for low enthalpy Mach 7 flows of nitrogen over double wedges, which have fixed fore and various aft angles of 30° and 45°-60°, respectively. We use a density based finite-volume Navier-Stokes solver to simulate low enthalpy Mach 7 flows of nitrogen over double wedges. The solver is first and second order accurate in time and space, respectively. The meshes used in simulations of twodimensional laminar flows consist of multiple blocks of structured mesh. Depending on the intensity, impingement angle, and impingement location of transmitted shock wave, the resulting adverse pressure gradient related disturbances on the wedge surface can trigger complex flow physics both in subsonic and supersonic regions. We observe a strong interaction between the deformation of the boundary layer and the bow shock as well as the transmitted shock for high aft angles. Comparison of the obtained results in terms of general flow physics shows that there exists an aft angle threshold value for such interaction which is in the range of 45°-50°.

Orijinal dil | İngilizce |
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Makale numarası | 096101 |

Dergi | Physics of Fluids |

Hacim | 28 |

Basın numarası | 9 |

DOI'lar | |

Yayın durumu | Yayınlandı - 1 Eyl 2016 |

### Finansman

This study was funded by the projects Istanbul Technical University (BAP Nos. 36592 and 39600) and TUBITAK (No. 215M907)

Finansörler | Finansör numarası |
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TUBITAK | 215M907 |

British Association for Psychopharmacology | 36592, 39600 |

Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi |