Channel Flow of a Compressible Fluid

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Choking occurs when the Mach number at the throat of a channel flow is equal to one. Conceptually choking is the phenomena where the flow in a channel transitions to sonic flow. Due to the conditions of choking, the velocity, density, and pressure can increase or decrease continuously through a sonic throat, and the flow does not need to be symmetrical. Another notable phenomena is that the maximum velocity does not need to occur at the throat of the channel flow.

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Channel Flow of a Compressible FluidMAE130BConcept/Question/CommentsFilm: Channel Flow of a Compressible FluidDue Date: March 15, 2013Concept 1: ChokingChoking occurs when the Mach number at the throat of a channel flow is equal to one. Conceptually choking is the phenomena where the flow

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