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Purpose

The objective of the Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interaction technical interchange meeting (TIM) is to share results of on-going research efforts being conducted by government, industry, and academia in both the experimental and modeling areas associated with understanding and controlling inlet shock wave/boundary layer interactions shock wave/boundary layer interactions  (i.e., bleed, micro-array flow control effectors, fluidic injection, plasma actuators, RANS-LES, etc.). The main emphasis of this meeting is to exchange and disseminate information.

As part of this year’s SWBLI TIM, we are planning to dedicate the first day to presentations and panel discussions on the topic of Corner Flows.  The objectives of focusing on the topic of corner flows include:

  1. Explore the state-of-the-art for computing corner flows, including validation against experimental data where possible.
  2. Explore past, present, & future planned corner flow experiments.
  3. Begin to define a High-Speed (3<Mach<6) Corner Flow Validation Experiment (e.g., Identify the obstacles, the type of validation data needed, and the possible approaches)

Meeting Location

Tec^Edge ICC
5000 Springfield Street
Dayton, Ohio 45431

Meeting Agenda

10th Annual Shock Wave Agenda (.pdf) (Draft)

  • Please see the agenda for the latest presentation details.
  • There will be no registration fee for this two-day event.
  • The attire for this meeting will be business casual.

No-Host Dinner

There will be a no-host dinner on the first night at a location to be determined. A final head count will be taken upon arrival the first morning.

Registration Deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017

By filling out the registration, we can make sure we keep in touch before and after the meeting and prepare your access. 

If you are interested in presenting your work as it relates to the objectives of corner flows or inlet shock wave/boundary layer interactions, please indicate that when you register using the link below.

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