On the Prediction of Separation Bubbles Using a Modified Chen-Thyson Model
Platzer, Max F.
Ekaterinaris, John A.
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The prediction of separation bubbles on NACA 65-213 and NACA 0012 using a modified Chen-Thyson transition model is presented. The contents include: 1) Background; 2) Analysis of NACA 65-213 separation bubble using cebeci's viscous-inviscid interaction method; 3) Analysis of NACA 0012 separation bubble using navier-stokes method; and 4) Comparison with experiment.
SEE ParentDocumentRecord|Ntt=20070038942 "Minnowbrook I: 1993 Workshop on End-Stage Boundary Layer Transition"; p. 269-281; NASA/CP-2007-214667
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