Modelling of interaction of shock waves with analytical methods

2022-2
Koç, Mesut
In supersonic air vehicles, specially shaped air ducts are used to supply the air with required properties to the combustion chambers. Two-dimensional supersonic flow solvers used to design such geometrical shapes have become less accurate as the geometrical shape of the air duct becomes asymmetric or flow becomes three-dimensional. This problem can be overcome by solving the interaction between shock planes using analytical methods. In this study, an analytical solution model based on principles of gas dynamics is to be conducted and validation of this solution model is to be done via existing experimental data and computational fluid dynamics tools. Solution time is to be reduced and prototyping-testing expenses are to be decreased with the solution of the problem using analytical methods.

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Citation Formats
M. Koç, “Modelling of interaction of shock waves with analytical methods,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2022.