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26) determines the behavior of u3 when the passage to the limit ε → 0 is performed at a fixed ψ2 , that is, when ψ3 → ∞. 28a) where b = (∂h/∂n2 )w in the undisturbed boundary layer. Let us perform the matching procedure for n. 28b) For region 3 we can write ψ3 n ∼ ε5/4 ⎡ dψ3 2ψ3 + = ε5/4 ⎣ ρw u3 ρw a 0 ψ3 1 − u3 ρw 2aψ3 ⎤ dψ3 ⎦ ρw 0 Hence, in view of Eq. 31b) Chapter 1. 31c) It can be easily seen that ∗3 is the dimensionless displacement thickness of region 3. 31d) Thus, the flow in region 3 is determined by Eqs.
The behavior of the solution as ξ → ∞ is much more complicated. In what follows it is shown that, as ξ → ∞, X approaches a certain finite limit. This limiting value can be conveniently taken for the origin. In the main region, where η ∼ O(1), the solution can be easily found as ξ → ∞, since outside a narrow wall layer the viscous terms turn out to be inessential. 21) − 1 + · · · , g ∼ 2f + · · · 2 ξ2 β ∼ √ + ···, 2 (−X) ∼ 23/2 + ···, ξ 1/2 ξ∼ 8 + ··· (−X)2 However, this limiting solution does not satisfy the conditions imposed on the body surface.
1. 2) where the terms with the subscript 0 relate to the flow function variations associated with the given pressure disturbance, while those with the subscript 1 to the variations caused by the boundary layer displacement thickness. By virtue of the linearity, the solution of the problem can be sought in the form of superposition of the given and induced disturbances. Substituting Eq. 4) u = u0 (y2 ) + ε2/7 u2 (x1 , y2 ) + · · · , p = ε4/7 p2 (x1 ) + · · · , v = ε4/7 v2 (x1 , y2 ) + · · · ρ = ρ0 (y2 ) + ε4/7 ρ2 (x1 , y2 ) + · · · Substituting Eq.