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A Numerical Study Of Oblique Shock Wave Reflections Over Wedges In An Ideal Quantum Gas

J. Huang, Tse-Yang Hsieh, J. Yang, K. Takayama
Published 2008 · Physics

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The various oblique shock wave reflection patterns generated by a moving incident shock on a planar wedge using an ideal quantum gas model are numerically studied using a novel high resolution quantum kinetic flux splitting scheme. With different incident shock Mach numbers and wedge angles as flow parameters, four different types of reflection patterns, namely, the regular reflection, simple Mach reflection, complex Mach reflection and the double Mach reflection as in the classical gas can be classified and observed. Both Bose–Einstein and Fermi–Dirac gases are considered.
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