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Title: Shock Fitting and Shock Capturing for an Overexpanded Supersonic Nozzle
Author(s): Marius-IonuÅ£ Mărmureanu               

Abstract: The shock location in a quasi-one-dimensional overexpanded supersonic nozzle can be analytically calculated (shock-fitting method). This shock location can then be compared with the numerical shock location predicted by the quasi-one-dimensional Euler equations (shock-capturing approach).

Keywords: quasi-one-dimensional supersonic nozzle, shock location, finite differences.

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