Internal and external aerodynamics of ducted bodies at supersonic speeds Page: 3 of 28
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NACA CB No. L6B26
in a l-inch supersonic jet at the Langley Memorial
Aeronautical Laboratbry*o-oiroular diffusers having a
small contraction just behind thel*duct entrance (refer-
ence 2). Some of-the results obtained are presented
The discussion given in the present paper was
originally presented at a yamposium on Supersonic Flow
held at the Johns Hopkins University, Aoplied Physics
Laboratory, Silver Spring, Md., on Dec. and 7, 1945.
x, r, e cylindrical coordinates
distance along X-axis measured from nose of
length of body
radius of body
%(x, r, e)
1)2(x, r, )
perturbation potential for axial flow
perturbation potential for cross flow
axial velocity increment
radial velocity increment d)
velocity in undisturbed stream
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