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Stability and three-wave interaction of disturbances in supersonic boundary layer with mass exchange on the wall

Stability and three-wave interaction of disturbances in supersonic boundary layer with mass... Abstract The interaction of disturbances in a boundary layer of the compressible gas is considered in the linear and nonlinear approximation (the weakly nonlinear theory of stability) in the presence of mass exchange (gas blowing or suction) on the surface. The regimes of moderate (the Mach number M = 2) and high (M = 5.35) supersonic velocities of the flow are considered. The suction from the surface is shown to lead to a considerable variation of the linear evolution of disturbances: the vortex disturbances of the first mode and the acoustic disturbances of the second mode are stabilized, the rate of variation is determined by suction intensity. The nonlinear interactions in three-wave systems between the vortex waves in asymmetric triplets at M = 2 and between the waves of different nature (acoustic and vortex waves) — in the symmetric ones at M = 5.35 are considered. The planar acoustic wave is the excitation wave in the latter, which excites the three-dimensional subharmonic components of the vortex nature. It is shown that one can delay considerably the transition region with the aid of suction, thereby one can reduce the skin-friction drag. In the gas blowing regime, strong deformations of the mean fields of boundary layers occur, which lead to the destabilization of the vortex and acoustic waves in the linear region and activate the nonlinear processes in transition region. One can expect that this will lead to the acceleration of tripping in supersonic flow. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Thermophysics and Aeromechanics Springer Journals

Stability and three-wave interaction of disturbances in supersonic boundary layer with mass exchange on the wall

Thermophysics and Aeromechanics , Volume 19 (2): 15 – Jun 1, 2012

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Springer Journals
Copyright
2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
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0869-8643
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1531-8699
DOI
10.1134/S0869864312020059
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Abstract

Abstract The interaction of disturbances in a boundary layer of the compressible gas is considered in the linear and nonlinear approximation (the weakly nonlinear theory of stability) in the presence of mass exchange (gas blowing or suction) on the surface. The regimes of moderate (the Mach number M = 2) and high (M = 5.35) supersonic velocities of the flow are considered. The suction from the surface is shown to lead to a considerable variation of the linear evolution of disturbances: the vortex disturbances of the first mode and the acoustic disturbances of the second mode are stabilized, the rate of variation is determined by suction intensity. The nonlinear interactions in three-wave systems between the vortex waves in asymmetric triplets at M = 2 and between the waves of different nature (acoustic and vortex waves) — in the symmetric ones at M = 5.35 are considered. The planar acoustic wave is the excitation wave in the latter, which excites the three-dimensional subharmonic components of the vortex nature. It is shown that one can delay considerably the transition region with the aid of suction, thereby one can reduce the skin-friction drag. In the gas blowing regime, strong deformations of the mean fields of boundary layers occur, which lead to the destabilization of the vortex and acoustic waves in the linear region and activate the nonlinear processes in transition region. One can expect that this will lead to the acceleration of tripping in supersonic flow.

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Thermophysics and AeromechanicsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 2012

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