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- Wind-US code contributions to the first AIAA Shock Boundary Layer Interaction Prediction Workshop
- A critical evaluation of two-equation models for near wall turbulence
- A k-[epsilson] modeling of near wall turbulence
- A method for calculating turbulent boundary layers and losses in the flow channels of turbomachines
- A review of high-speed, convective, heat-transfer computation methods
- Aerothermal tests of a 12.5° cone at Mach 6.7 for various Reynolds numbers, angles of attack, and nose shapes
- Aerothermodynamic calculations on X-34 at Mach 6 wind tunnel conditions
- An approach to the constrained design of natural laminar flow airfoils : a thesis ...
- An estimation of turbulent kinetic energy and energy dissipation rate based on atmospheric boundary layer similarity theory
- An experimental investigation on location of boundary layer transition on the NACA 0012 using surface hot film gages
- An experimental study of the turbulent boundary layer on a transport wing in subsonic and transonic flow
- Analytical studies of boundary layer generated aircraft interior noise
- Boundary layer flow control by an array of ramp-shaped vortex generators
- Boundary layer simulation improvement : progress report
- Changes in flat plate wake characteristics obtained with decreasing plate thickness
- Development of a defect stream function, law of the wall/wake method for compressible turbulent boundary layers
- Effect of pressure gradients on plate response and radiation in a supersonic turbulent boundary layer
- Enhanced viscous flow drag reduction using acoustic excitation : final report
- Evaluation of a technique to generate artificially thickened boundary layers in supersonic and hypersonic flows
- Experimental database with baseline CFD solutions : 2-D and axisymmetric hypersonic shock-wave/turbulent-boundary-layer interactions
- Experimental investigation of crossing shock wave-turbulent boundary layer-bleed interaction
- Experimental investigation of crossing shock wave-turbulent boundary layer-bleed interaction
- Experimental investigation of unsteady shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions about a blunt fin
- Experimental study of boundary layer behavior in a simulated low pressure turbine
- Experimental study of boundary layer flow control using an array of ramp-shaped vortex generators
- Factors influencing pitot probe centerline displacement in a turbulent supersonic boundary layer
- Factors influencing pitot probe centerline displacement in a turbulent supersonic boundary layer
- Feasibility of generating an "artificial" burst in a turbulent boundary layer
- Flight-measured laminar boundary layer transition phenomena including stability theory analysis
- Flow separation in shock wave boundary layer interactions at hypersonic speeds
- Flowfield measurements in a slot-bled oblique shock wave and turbulent boundary-layer interaction
- Fluctuating pressures measured beneath a high-temperature, turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate at a Mach number of 5
- Hydrodynamic aspects of shark scales
- Implementation and validation of the Chien k-[epsilon] turbulence model in the Wind Navier-Stokes code
- Implementation of a transition model in a NASA code and validation using heat transfer data on a turbine blade
- Increased jet noise due to a "nominally laminar" state of nozzle exit boundary layer
- Instantaneous structure of turbulent separated boundary layers : report of research performed during the period August 3, 1995 to August 20, 1996, with support of grant number NAG 1 1530
- Interactive calculation procedures for mixed compression inlets
- Invariance of hypersonic normal force coefficients with Reynolds number and determination of inviscid wave drag from laminar experimental results
- Inverse boundary-layer theory and comparison with experiment
- Large Civil Tiltrotor (LCTR2) interior noise predictions due to turbulent boundary layer excitation
- Large Eddy Simulation of a film cooling flow injected from an inclined discrete cylindrical hole into a crossflow with zero-pressure gradient turbulent boundary layer
- Measurement of heat-transfer coefficients in shock wave-turbulent boundary layer interaction regions with a multi-layered thin film heat transfer gauge
- Measurement of the correlation and coherence lengths in boundary layer flight data
- Modeling of turbulent boundary layer surface pressure fluctuation auto and cross spectra : verification and adjustments based on TU-144LL Data
- Near-wall, three-dimensional turbulence measurements : a challenge for laser velocimetry
- Numerical investigation of separated transonic turbulent flows with a multiple-time-scale turbulence model
- Numerical study of the effect of mean three-dimensionality on turbulence in adverse-pressure-gradient boundary layers
- On the coupling between a supersonic boundary layer and a flexible surface : final report
- Predicting modes of the unsteady vorticity field near the trailing edge of a blade
- Receptivity of flat-plate boundary layer in a non-uniform free stream (vorticity normal to the plate) : final report of TsAGI under cooperative agreement # NCCW-72
- Renormalization Group (RG) in turbulence : historical and comparative perspective
- Risk assessment and scaling for the SLS LOx ET
- Scaling and modeling of three-dimensional, end-wall, turbulent boundary layers
- Shed vortex structure and phase-averaged velocity statistics in symmetric/asymmetric turbulent flat plate wakes
- Shock generation and control using DBD plasma actuators : SBIR phase I final report
- Spanwise spacing effects on the initial structure and decay of axial vortices : under contract NAS3-27377
- Status of turbulence modeling for hypersonic propulsion flowpaths
- Testing and implementation of advanced Reynolds stress models : final technical report, contract no. NAG1-1712, duration of effort: March 1995 - March 1997
- Tetrahedral finite-volume solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations on complex configurations
- The effects of anisotropic free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layer behavior
- The physics of turbulence in the boundary layer : final report ... NASA grant NAG-1-1610
- Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes simulations with two-equation turbulence models of intersecting shock-waves/turbulent boundary layer at Mach 8.3
- Towards understanding the mechanism of receptivity and bypass dynamics in laminar boundary layers
- Turbulent wing-leading-edge correlation assessment for the shuttle orbiter
- Vortex/boundary-layer interaction : semi-annual status report on research grant no. NAGW-581

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