2. (10 Points) The shock wave at the nose of the wedge shown below is a region in which viscous d...
2. (10 Points) The shock wave at the nose of the wedge shown below is a region in which viscous dissipation results in a change of flow properties. If the wedge is traveling through sea level air (T-298 K & p 14.7 psia) at a supersonic speed of 654 m/s, and temperature of the air behind the shock is 412 K, what is the speed of the air behind the shock measured relative to the shock?
Shock wave V2 Wedge
2. (10 Points) The shock wave at the nose of the wedge shown below is a region in which viscous dissipation results in a change of flow properties. If the wedge is traveling through sea level air (T-298 K & p 14.7 psia) at a supersonic speed of 654 m/s, and temperature of the air behind the shock is 412 K, what is the speed of the air behind the shock measured relative to the shock?
Shock wave V2 Wedge