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Underexpanded Supersonic Jet in Imposed Oscillating Condition

@inproceedings{Elius2021UnderexpandedSJ,
  title={Underexpanded Supersonic Jet in Imposed Oscillating Condition},
  author={Mohammad Elius and M Khayrul Hasan and A. B. M. Toufique Hasan},
  year={2021}
}
In the present study, a computation study is performed to investigate the effect of imposed oscillation of nozzle pressure ratio (NPR) on the flow structure in a two-dimensional, axisymmetric supersonic converging nozzle. In this study, the underexpanded flow conditions are considered which are dominated by diamond shock-cell structure. The computational results are well validated with the available experimental measurements. The flow is initially computed to be fully developed and then… 

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