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Rarefaction Effects in Hypersonic Wind Tunnel in Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interaction Phenomena

By Raffaele Votta, Giuliano Ranuzzi, Marco Di Clemente, Antonio Schettino and Marco Marini

Submitted: October 20th 2010Reviewed: May 31st 2011Published: July 27th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/17298

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Raffaele Votta, Giuliano Ranuzzi, Marco Di Clemente, Antonio Schettino and Marco Marini (July 27th 2011). Rarefaction Effects in Hypersonic Wind Tunnel in Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interaction Phenomena, Wind Tunnels and Experimental Fluid Dynamics Research, Jorge Colman Lerner and Ulfilas Boldes, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/17298. Available from:

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