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tran·son·ic

(tran-son'ik),
In ultrasound, describes a region of a relatively unattenuating medium. A distinction should be made between a transonic region and an acoustic echo.
[trans- + sonic]
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Numerical modeling of flow control in a boundary-layer-ingesting offset inlet diffuser at transonic mach numbers, 44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Reno, Nevada.
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The Spalart-Allmaras turbulence model, which is highly efficient and suitable for the 3D flow with strong pressure gradient, moderate curvature, and separating flows such as transonic compressor internal flow [11, 23], is adopted to take the turbulence effects into account.
[2.] Saddoughi, S., Bennett, G., Boespflug, M., Puterbaugh, S.L., and Wadia, A.R., 2014, "Experimental Investigation of Tip Clearance Flow in a Transonic Compressor with and without Plasma Actuators", GT2014-25294, Proc.
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The Tricomi equation [1] is the second-order linear partial differential equations of mixed type, which had been applied to describe the theory of plane transonic flow [2-7].
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The operating Mach number is usually less than 0.8 for a subsonic cascade, but can go up to 2.0 and more at the tip of a transonic blade assembly.
[23], for the shock waves in a transonic region, compression rate is independent of the Reynolds number.