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Geometry for the Tangent-Wedge Method Applies to 2-D bodies in hypersonic flows Assumes attached shock waves Sharp-nosed bodies High Mach numbers
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Geometry for the Tangent-Cone Method (From Anderson) Applies to 3-D bodies in hypersonic flows Assumes attached shock waves Sharp-nosed bodies High Mach numbers
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(From Anderson)
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(From Bertin)
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Geometry for the Shock-Expansion Method (From Anderson) Applies to 2-D bodies in hypersonic flows
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Unformatted text preview: • Assumes attached shock waves • Sharp-nosed bodies • High Mach numbers • Assumes no reflected waves to the surface (From Anderson) (From Anderson) (From Liepmann & Roshko) HABP (Hypersonic Arbitrary Body Program): A preliminary Hypersonic Vehicle Design Tool used to predict surface pressure, shear stress, heat-transfer distributions (See Anderson pp. 87-100 for details)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course MECH ENG AE361 taught by Professor Waltereversman during the Fall '10 term at Missouri S&T.

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