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L and extended to consider the physical events of interest. The conservation equations are first sampled at discrete nodes in space. Introducing finitedifference and/or interpolation relations, and then integrating the equations between the nodes reduces the conservation equations from differential to algebraic form. A set of iterative equations, based on the multidimensional Newton-Raphson method, is defined to solve the algebraic equations. Once converged, the solution automatically satisfies the algebraic conservation equations.
5 These equations are also solutions to Eq. (19), provided the density ratios appearing explicitely in Eqs. ( 2 7 ) , (31), and (32) are set to unity. The turbulent transport terms are evaluated in the following sequence for a given x station. (x) are set equal to the local velocities u(x,y), allowing evaluation of Eq. (24) as a function of distance normal to the wall (y). Eqs. (24) and (29-32) are evaluated simultaneously, starting at the wall and marching outward into the flow. The boundary between wall-law and wake-law regions is taken to be that point in space where the mixing length calculated by Eqs.
E. NICOLET AND A. 6 Comparison between predicted and actual shapes (t= 109sec), Anderson and Morse29) which validate the wall-law in the presence of strong blowing. Additional comparisons with experiments combining blowing with highly cooled walls are highly desirable, but no such data presently exists in the literature. Flow-Fields About Planetary Probes Current candidate probe shapes for the Jovian entry mission are spherically tipped 45-deg. half-angle cones. The important probe dimensions and flight parameters are listed in Table 1.