Title page for ETD etd-01132002-212222

Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Henry, Michael Maier
URN etd-01132002-212222
Title Two-Dimensional Shock Sensitivity Analysis for Transonic Airfoils with Leading-edge and Trailing-edge Device Deflections
Degree Master of Engineering
Department Aerospace and Ocean Engineering
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Mason, William H. Committee Chair
Grossman, Bernard M. Committee Member
Schetz, Joseph A. Committee Member
  • 2-D flow separation
  • device deflection
  • transonic airfoil
  • shock movement
Date of Defense 2001-08-03
Availability unrestricted
This investigation, in consideration of the sudden separation increase involved in wing drop, was to determine if the incorporated 2-D airfoil exhibits abnormal shock sensitivity. A comparative airfoil study was used to determine if this particular transonic airfoil is prone to abrupt shock movement, resulting in increased regions of separation.

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