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Mathematical model of the supersonic heterogeneous flow incident on a flat obstacle

Research paper by P. V. Nikitin, S. A. Borisov; S. V. Dobrovolskiy; Yu. I. Glukhovskaya

Indexed on: 09 Nov '16Published on: 01 Sep '16Published in: Journal of Surface Investigation. X-ray, Synchrotron and Neutron Techniques



Abstract

Abstract A mathematical model for a supersonic heterogeneous flow incident on a flat obstacle and a model for calculating the inertial motion of particles of the supersonic heterogeneous flow through a shock wave and a compressed layer are described in this paper. Possible modes and variants of the inertial motion of particles in the compressed layer are analyzed. A dependence is derived to estimate the velocity of particles after their propagation through the shock wave and the compressed layer. The practical application of the obtained results is proposed.AbstractA mathematical model for a supersonic heterogeneous flow incident on a flat obstacle and a model for calculating the inertial motion of particles of the supersonic heterogeneous flow through a shock wave and a compressed layer are described in this paper. Possible modes and variants of the inertial motion of particles in the compressed layer are analyzed. A dependence is derived to estimate the velocity of particles after their propagation through the shock wave and the compressed layer. The practical application of the obtained results is proposed.