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Matem. Mod., 2003, Volume 15, Number 7, Pages 118–122 (Mi mm430)  

NPNJ-2002

Modeling of streamwise vortices in the supersonic jets

N. M. Terekhova

Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Abstract: Numerical modeling of the characteristics of streamwise vortices in a supersonic axisymmetric jet in the viscous and inviscid approximations of hydrodynamic stability theory was performed. The regularities and peculiarities of typical relations of various-scale vortices under changed mean flow parameters were studied. The critical Reynolds numbers of stability loss were found.

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Citation: N. M. Terekhova, “Modeling of streamwise vortices in the supersonic jets”, Matem. Mod., 15:7 (2003), 118–122

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\by N.~M.~Terekhova
\paper Modeling of streamwise vortices in the supersonic jets
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\vol 15
\issue 7
\pages 118--122
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