Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2024 | Viewed by 6835
Interests: aerodynamics in high-speed inlet; internal flow; shock/boundary layer interaction; flow control
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Interests: hypersonic aerodynamics; scramjet combustion; high-speed propulsion; experimental fluid dynamics; shock train
The shock-dominated flow is frequently encountered in high-speed aircraft and engines, and its flow characteristics directly determine the aerodynamic performance of the aircraft and engines. Due to the strong discontinuity and pressurization property of shock waves, the shock-dominant flow exhibits strong non-linearity, strong inviscid/viscous interaction, and significant historical effects, making it difficult to predict the related flow structures and behaviors. With the development of aircraft towards higher speeds, better performance, and more intelligent control, the shock-dominated flow is a key scientific issue, involving complex high-speed aerodynamics, flow stability, fluid/ thermal structure/acoustic multi-fields interaction, flow control, and artificial intelligence. For this reason, this Special Issue focuses on the shock/boundary layer interaction, shock/shock interaction, shock/vortex interaction, shock oscillation, shock-dominated flow in high-speed aircraft/engines, CFD and experimental methods in shock-dominated, shock aerodynamic heating and cooling, shock/thermal structure interaction, etc.
The editor of this Special Issue invites authors to submit papers on addressing the challenges in the shock-dominated flow of various aerospace occasions.
Dr. Hexia Huang
Dr. Ye Tian
Prof. Dr. Huijun Tan
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- shock/boundary layer interaction
- shock/shock interaction
- shock oscillation
- shock wave flow in high-speed engine
- computational methods in shock dominated flow
- experimental methods in shock dominated flow
- shock wave dominated flow control
- shock heating
- shock dominated flow cooling
- shock wave/thermal structure interaction
- explosion shock
- turbulent combustion with shocks
- application of shock wave in the engineering field