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Skin Friction and Pressure Measurements in Supersonic Inlets, Phase I

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Skin Friction and Pressure Measurements in Supersonic Inlets, Phase I
Supersonic propulsion systems include internal ducts, and therefore, the flow often includes shock waves, shear layers, vortices, and separated flows. Passive flow control devices such as micro-vortex generators and micro-ramps have been proposed to improve vehicle performance. More »

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