Effects of boundary-layer thickness on aero-acoustics characteristics of subsonic shallow cavity flow

High-speed flows in cavities such as grooves, wheel wells, and weapon bays, are often encountered in aerospace and aeronautical vehicles. In most cases the flow field is complex and unsteady, featured by shear-layer instability, flow separation and formation of vortex structures, shock wave/boundary-layer interactions at transonic and supersonic speeds… CONTINUE READING