A Supersonic Flow At M1 3 T1 285

A supersonic flow at M1 = 3, T1 = 285 K, and p1 = 1atm is deflected upward through a compression corner with 0 = 30.6° and then is subsequently expanded around a corner of the same angle such that the flow direction is the same as its original direction. Calculate M3, p3, and T3 downstream of the expansion corner. Since the resulting flow is in the same direction as the original flow, would you expect M3 = M1, p3 = P1, and T3 = T1? Explain.

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