Figure 1: Flowfield
This case was performed to validate the unstructured algorithm of Wind-US code. The validation focuses on a Mach 5 Shock Wave Boundary-Layer Interaction (SWBLI) designed after the work performed by Schulein et al. of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). The case uses a 10 degree wedge angle on 300 mm long shock generator plate to create an oblique shock impinging on an opposite 500 mm long flat plate.
Skin friction profiles from the present study were compared with experimental data to validate the unstructured algorithm.
|Study #1||Unit||Manan Vyas||Wind-US version 3.150|
|Study #2||Unit||David Friedlander||Wind-US version 4.108|
Schulein, E., Krogmann, P., and Stanewsky, E., "Documentation of Two-Dimensional Impinging Shock/Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction Flow", DLR Report DLR IB 223-96 A 49, October 1996.