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47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting including The New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition
Recent experiments have demonstrated the capability of microwave energy deposition for drag reduction in supersonic flows. The principal mechanism of this phenomenon is the interaction of the hot filaments generated by the microwave energy pulse with the shock system formed by the aerodynamic body. In this paper, the filament is modeled as a thin fluid region of high temperature. The interaction of the filaments with a cylindrical body in Mach 1.89 flow is examined using the compressible Eulerdoi:10.2514/6.2009-1224 fatcat:euj4thqnwjat7j7htntbyucnee