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This chapter investigates two-dimensional, supersonic, compressible, inviscid flow. Flow is said to
be two-dimensional when the fluid properties only depend on two Cartesian coordinates.
More information on
this subject can be found in Liepmann & Roshko 1957, Hughes & Brighton 1999, Emanuel 2000, and Anderson 2003.

Richard Fitzpatrick
2016-03-31