Find the distance along the curved surface from the leading edge from where the flow separates.

Consider an incompressible two-dimensional viscous flow over a curved surface .Let the pressure distribution on the surface be \(p(s)=2+sin\left ( \frac{\pi}{2}+s \right )\;N/m^2\),where \(s\) is the distance along the curved surface from the leading edge.Find the distance from where the flow separates.

Asked on 30th December 2019 in Aerodynamics.
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    \[p\left ( s \right )=2+sin\left ( \frac{\pi}{2}+s \right )\]

    The graph of the above function is

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    From the graph we easily see that at \(s = \pi\) there will be adverse pressure gradient.So the separation will start from this point.

    Answered on 30th December 2019.
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