Frequency analysis of oblique shock wave boundary layer interaction

Chaganti, N S and Brooker, B T and Olcmen, S M and Kolhe, Pankaj (2017) Frequency analysis of oblique shock wave boundary layer interaction. In: 55th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Grapevine, Texas.

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Frequency analysis has been performed for the oblique shockwave boundary layer interaction (OSWBLI). Rainbow Schlieren Deflectometry (RSD) has been used to capture the flow data at 5000 frames per second. The experimental setup produces a free stream flow of Mach 3.1. This flow upon encountering a 12 degree isoceles traingular prism attached to the roof of the test section generate the required oblique shock in the test section.

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