Prandtl-Meyer flow

Prandtl-Meyer flow

[′pränt·əl ′mī·ər ‚flō]
(fluid mechanics)
A two-dimensional, supersonic fluid flow in which an initially uniform flow passes a sharp, convex corner in a boundary, resulting in expansion of the fluid.
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