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    Title: 超音速圓錐流場之漸近展開理論及其應用
    Other Titles: Asymptotic theory of supersonic conical flow with its application
    Authors: 馮朝剛;林顯群;周永泰
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: 漸進展開法;超音速流;圓錐流場;Asymptotic Expansion;Supersonic Flow;Conical Flow
    Date: 1998-05
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 15:09:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文成功地將漸近展開法應用到超音速流經圓錐流場之分析。本研究有系統地對超音速圓錐流場作外解與內解展開, 經匹配後得出正確一致有效的一階及二階擾動方程式與邊界條件, 而且利用相似法求出其精確解, 同時本文並建立圓錐流場中重要之震波邊界條件。有關圓錐流場之震波位置及圓錐表面壓力係數, 本文求得其二階漸近解,經與現有數據及數值解比較而獲得滿意之結果。
    The method of matched asymptotic expansion has been used successfully in the study of supersonic flow past a circular cone. In this paper, a systematic approach for obtaining the higher-order approximation is exhibited. The outer and inner expansions are carried out. The uniformly valid expansion and the exact similarity solutions are given to the second-order equation. The important shock wave conditions are also included in this study. The shock wave position and the pressure coefficient on the cone surface are given to the second-order. The second-order results agree well with available data and other results of numerical calculation.
    Relation: 第五屆(八十六年度)國科會工程處航空學門研究成果暨航太科技發展研討會論文集(II),頁110-115
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