compressibility effect

compressibility effect

The sudden increase in the total drag of an airfoil in transonic flight caused by formation of a shock wave on the surface.
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An investigation of the compressibility effect in capillary rheometer was performed using the 2-domain Tait equation [18, 19]:
Model Series B: Fluid Compressibility Effect Another parameter that affects the oil production in an undersaturated oil reservoir is the fluid compressibility.
The prewhirl reduces the compressibility effect at convex side of the eye to avoid the formation of shock waves and the consequent losses (Fig.
Under the similar experimental conditions to those in this work, the compressibility effect in the rheological property of the PS melt was verified to be neglected via the PVT test [7].
Finally, the melt compressibility effect was taken into account by introducing the temperature coefficient of density [[alpha].
To investigate the compressibility effect on shrinkage, the anisotropic shrinkage as a function of packing time were calculated with and without inclusion of the compressibility effect.
These include interface capturing of immiscible and diffused interfaces, Scale-resolved turbulence, Mass transfer rate (cavitation and vaporisation) and real-fluid thermodynamics addressing the compressibility effects for the liquid-vapour-air mixture.
z] of the upper airfoil - this result is due to compressibility effects.
1 along with the estimated apparent shear rate with compressibility effects.
Steady state, turbulent flow conditions are assumed and compressibility effects are ignored.
et al Compressibility Effects in Two- Phase Flow" Journal of Applied Physics Vol.