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# lec3 - in Fig 5.18 This illustrates the maximum at M = = 1...

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Problems Figure 5.18 Mass flux as a function of 0 0.5 1 .O 1.5 4 2.0 2.445 M,, for a perfect gas with M, = U/C, y = 1.40. In terms of M,, the normalized mass flux becomes, from (5.62), PU y + l y - 1 - = M*( - 4 li(y - l) (5.65) P*U* 2 2 'ch is shown

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Unformatted text preview: in Fig. 5.18. This illustrates the maximum at M = = 1. For low Mach numbers, the curve rises as a straight line, &.espondingto the linear increase i mass flux with speed for incorn--* ---A / / - . I I\/(*, -111 the, mass flux is...
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