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Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) computations for two hypersonic flow cases using the commercial FLUENT 16.2 CFD software were done. In this paper, an internal and external hypersonic flow cases were considered and analysis of the hypersonic flow using different turbulence viscosity models available in FLUENT16.2 as well as the laminar viscosity model were done. The obtained results were after compared and commented upon.
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