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K. Numbers and A. Hamed, Conservation Coupling Techniques for Dynamic Inlet-Engine Analysis, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 19, No. 3, May-June 2003, pp. 444-455
A. Hamed and A. Kumar, Flow Separation in Shock Wave Boundary Layer interactions, Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, Vol. 116, January, 1994, pp. 98-103.
A. Hamed and J. S. Shang, Survey of Validation Data Base for Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interactions in Supersonic Inlets, J. of Propulsion, Vol. 7, No. 4, July-Aug. 1991, pp. 617-6258.
J. Lee, M. L. Sloan and G. C. Paynter, Lag Model for Turbulent Boundary Layers over Rough Bleed Surfaces, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 10, No.4, July-August 1994, pp. 562-568.
J. Lee and G. C. Paynter, Modified Spalart-Allmaras One-Equation Turbulence Model for Rough Wall Boundary Layers, J. of Propulsion, Vol. 12, No. 4, 1996, pp. 809-812.
K. W. Abrahamson, Numerical Investigation of a Mach 3.5 Axisymmetric Inlet with Multiple Bleed Zones, AIAA Paper 1988, 2588.
S. Dambara, M. Yamamoto and S. Honami, Modeling of Boundary Condition for Turbulent Boundary Layer Bleed, AIAA Paper 1998, 0926.
G. J. Harloff and G. E. Smith, Supersonic-Inlet Boundary-Layer Bleed Flow, AIAA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 4, April 1996, pp. 778-785.
S. L. Bragg, Effect of Compressibility on the Discharge Coefficient of Orifices and Convergent Nozzles, Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1960, pp. 35-44.
G. J. Harloff and G. E. Smith, Numerical Simulation of Supersonic Flow Using a New Analytical Bleed Boundary Condition, AIAA Paper 1995, 2759.
B. Willis, D. Davis and W. Hingst, Flowfield Measurements in a Normal-Hole-Bled Oblique Shock Wave and Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction, AIAA Paper 1995, 2885.
W. R. Hingst and F. T. Tanji, Experimental Investigation of a Two-Dimensional Shock-Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction with Bleed, AIAA Paper 1983, 0135.
D. Benhachmi, I. Greber and W. Hingst, Experimental and Numerical Investigation of an Oblique Shock Wave/Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction with Continuous Suction, AIAA Paper 1989, 0357.
A. Hamed, Z. Li, S. Manavasi and C. Nelson, Flow Characteristics through porous bleed in supersonic turbulent boundary layers, AIAA Paper 2009, 1260.
J. W. Slater, Verification Assessment of Flow Boundary Conditions for CFD Analysis of Supersonic Inlet Flows, AIAA Paper 2001, 3882.
J. Akatsuka, Y. Watanabe, A. Murakami and S. Honami, Porous Bleed Model for Boundary Condition of CFD Analysis, AIAA Paper 2006, 3682.
J. W. Slater, Improvements in Modeling 90 Degree Bleed Holes for Supersonic Inlets, AIAA Paper 2009, 0710.
A. Hamed and Z. Li, Simulation of Bleed-Hole Rows for Supersonic Turbulent Boundary Layer Control, AIAA Paper 2008, 67.
A. Hamed, J. J. Yeuan, and S. H. Shih, Shock-Wave Boundary Layer Interactions with Bleed, Part 1: Effect of Slot Angle, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 11, No. 6, November-December 1995, pp. 1231-1235.
A. Hamed, J. J. Yeuan, and S. H. Shih, Shock-Wave Boundary Layer Interactions with Bleed, Part 2: Effect of Slot Location, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 11, No. 6, November-December 1995, pp. 1236-1241.
T. I-P. Shih, Control of Shock-Wave/Boundary-Layer Interactions by Bleed, International Journal of Fluid Machinery and Systems, Vol. 1, No. 1, October-December 2008, pp. 24-32.
A. J. Flores, T. I-P Shih, D. O. Davis and B. P. Willis, Bleed of Supersonic Boundary-Layer Flow Through Rows of Normal and Inclined Holes, AIAA Paper 1999, 2112.
Y. L. Lin, M. A. Stephens, T. I-P Shih and B. P. Willis, Effects of Plenum Size on Bleeding a Supersonic Boundary Layer, AIAA Paper 1997, 0609.
A. Hamed and T. Lehnig, Investigation of Oblique Shock/Boundary-Layer Bleed Interaction, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 8, No. 2, March-April 1992, pp. 418-424.
A. Hamed, S. H. Shih and J. J. Yeuan, An Investigation of Shock/Turbulent Boundary Layer/Bleed Interaction, AIAA Paper 1992, 3085.
M. J. Rimlinger, T. I-P. Shih and W. J. Chyu, Three-Dimenensional Shock-Wave/Boundary-Layer Interactions with Bleed Through a Circular Hole, AIAA Paper 1992, 3084.
D. O. Davis, B. P. Willis and W. R. Hingst, Flowfield Measurements in a Slot-Bled Oblique Shock-Wave and Turbulent Boundary-Layer Interaction, AIAA Paper 1995, 0032.
A. Hamed, J. J. Yeuan and Y. D. Jun, Flow Characteristics in Boundary-Layer Bleed Slots with Plenum, AIAA Paper 1995, 0033.
B. P. Willis and D. O. Davis, Boundary Layer Development Downstream of a Bleed Mass Flow Removal Region, AIAA Paper 1996, 3278.
M. Mani, A. Cary and S. Ramakrishnan, A Structured and Hybrid-Unstructured Grid Euler and Navier-Stokes Solver for General Geometry, AIAA Paper 2004, 0524.
A. Hamed, D. Basu and K. Das, Assessment of Hybrid Turbulence Models for Prediction of Unsteady High Speed Flow, Computers and Fluids, Vol. 26, 2007, pp 924-934.
A. Hamed and C. Vogiatzis, Overexpanded Two-Dimensional Convergent-Divergent Nozzle Performance: Effects of Three Dimensional Flow Interactions, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 234-240, March-April 1998.
A. Hamed and A. Mohamed, Assessment of Shock Induced Flow Separation and Shear Layer Mixing Predictions in Nozzles and High Speed Jet, AIAA Paper 2001, 0225.
M. Schoenenberger, I. Greber and D. O. Davis, Flow Measurements Downstream of a Single Bleed Hole in a Subsonic, Turbulent Boundary Layer Using a New 5-Hole Pressure Probe, AIAA Paper 1999, 0293.
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