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The computation of high Reynolds number laminar viscous inviscid interaction phenomena has been one of the central issues in fluid mechanics over the past two decades. An important contribution to the understanding of such flows has been provided by asymptotic theories. In particular these theories show that a locally interacting laminar boundary layer develops a multilayer structure. Viscous effects are of importance only inside a thin region adjacent to the wall where the flow is governed by the boundary layer equations, the pressure being coupled to the displacement thickness. Owing to the complicated general form of the pressure-displacement relationship most studies of local interaction processes deal with the case of two-dimensional flow. Three-dimensional interaction effects can be investigated more easily, however, if it is possible to exploit symmetry properties as in the case of axisymmetric flow.
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