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2014 (Vol. 8, Issue: 1)
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Mach Reflection of a Shock Wave from the Symmetry Axis of the Supersonic Nonisobaric Jet

Bulat Pavel Viktorovich and Uskov Vladimir Nikolaevich
Corresponding Author:  Bulat Pavel Viktorovich 

Key words:  A stationary mach configuration, irregular reflection of shock, mach disk, mach stem, the regular reflection of shock, the triple point, triple configuration of shock waves
Vol. 8 , (1): 135-142
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‎March ‎29, ‎2014 May ‎10, ‎2014 July 05, 2014
Abstract:

The purpose of the study is to determine the conditions of Mach disk (direct shock wave) in a supersonic nonisobaric jet. Brief details on shock waves triple configurations, Mach reflection of a shock wave from a rigid wall and the axis of symmetry are given. Various known semi-empirical model of calculating the Mach disc diameter in a supersonic jet and its removal from the nozzle are discussed. It is shown that the Mach disk in the jet is corresponded by the so-called stationary Mach shock waves triple configuration, in which the intensity of the main shock (Mach disk) is the maximum possible for a given Mach number. The theoretical and calculative-experimental validation of the Mach disk formation model in a supersonic non-isobaric jet is provided. The results of calculation are in satisfactory match with experiment.
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Bulat Pavel Viktorovich and Uskov Vladimir Nikolaevich, 2014. Mach Reflection of a Shock Wave from the Symmetry Axis of the Supersonic Nonisobaric Jet.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 8(1): 135-142.
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