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Although the qualitative picture of the shock waves are similar for both turbulence models, the evident divergence of the λ -shaped structure is observed in the turbulent boundary layer, which is more prominent for smaller M∞ Figure 2 (a-c). 75 Fig. 2. Shaded picture of pressure for various Mach number with k − ε , B-L, and k − ε compressibility turbulence models The differences among the models in the boundary layer are also evident in the local Mach number contours. The distribution of the iso-Mach line contours is shown in Figure 3.
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