Special Issue "Advances in Hypersonic Flows"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 December 2023 | Viewed by 538
Hypersonic flows typically refer to flows where the Mach number is greater than five. Characterized by high speeds and high temperatures, hypersonic flows involve various flow phenomena that remain to be fully understood. In this Special Issue, we invite submissions addressing, but not limited to, hypersonic transition, shock wave–boundary layer interactions, thermochemical nonequilibrium flows, hypersonic propulsion systems, and hypersonic rarefied flows.
Dr. Jiaao Hao
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- hypersonic flows
- hypersonic aerodynamics
- hypersonic aerothermodynamics
- hypersonic rarefied flows