In order to avoid boundary layer interference, engineers design a boundary layer scoop to skim off the boundary layer in
In order to avoid boundary layer interference, engineers design a “boundary layer scoop” to skim off the boundary layer in a large wind tunnel (Fig. P10–97). The scoop is constructed of thin sheet metal. The air is at 20°C, and flows at V = 45.0 m/s. How high (dimension h) should the scoop be at downstream distance x = 1.45 m?
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