detached shock

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  • detached shock wave — A shock wave not in contact with the body that originates it. It is formed when the body is flying at supersonic speeds. The airflow becomes subsonic and then accelerates to supersonic. Also called detached shock …   Aviation dictionary

  • Shock wave — Bombshock redirects here. For the Transformers character, see Micromasters#Bombshock. For other uses, see shockwave. Schlieren photograph of an attached shock on a sharp nosed supersonic body. A shock wave (also called shock front or simply shock …   Wikipedia

  • shock wave — An area or sheet of discontinuity (i.e., of abrupt changes in conditions) set up in a supersonic field of flow, through which the fluid undergoes a finite decrease in velocity accompanied by a marked increase in pressure, density, temperature,… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Shock troops — word Stoßtruppen . The units which contain assault troops are typically organized for mobility, with the intention that they will penetrate through enemy defenses and attack into the enemy s vulnerable rear areas. Although the term shock troop… …   Wikipedia

  • Bow shock (aerodynamics) — For other uses, see Bow shock. A blunt body fired from a gun against a supersonic flow in a wind tunnel, producing a bow shock. A bow shock, also called a detached shock, is a curved, stationary shock wave that is found in supersonic flow past a… …   Wikipedia

  • Oblique shock — A small scale X 15 placed in a NASA supersonic wind tunnel produces an oblique shock wave at the nose of the model (along with other shocks). An oblique shock wave, unlike a normal shock, is inclined with respect to the incident upstream flow… …   Wikipedia

  • Waverider — A waverider is a hypersonic aircraft design that improves its supersonic lift to drag ratio by producing a lifting surface built out of the shock waves being generated by its own flight, a technique known as compression lift. To date the only… …   Wikipedia

  • Drag-resistant aerospike — Trident I first launch on 18 January 1977 at Cape Canaveral. The thin antenna like structure mounted on the nose cone is the aerospike, which is composed of 2 parts. 1) The Extensible Boom is the long, slender, slightly tapered cylindrical… …   Wikipedia

  • Harry Julian Allen — (1 April 1910 29 January 1977), also known as Harvey Allen, was an aeronautical engineer and a Director of the NASA Ames Research Center, most noted for his Blunt Body Theory of re entry aerodynamics which permitted successful recovery of… …   Wikipedia

  • Aerospike — may refer to:* Aerospike engine, a rocket engine without a traditional rocket nozzle * Drag resistant aerospike, which helps reduce drag on missiles by creating a detached shock above the missile …   Wikipedia

  • неприсоединенная ударная волна — Головная ударная волна, не имеющая общих точек с поверхностью носовой части тела. [ГОСТ 23281 78] Тематики аэродинамика летательных аппаратов Обобщающие термины понятия, характеризующие поле течения газа EN detached shock wave …   Справочник технического переводчика


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