It is found experimentally that blowing at the lip separation of an inlet obviously reduces the turbulence at the inlet exit, and apparently reduces the intensity of pressure fluctuations caused by the shock-boundary layer interaction downstream of the throat. The coherence between pressure in the interaction region and total pressure at the exit is also reduced. The coherence between the pressure in the lip separation region and total pressure at the exit is 0.32. If, in addition, there is a stronger shock downstream of the throat, the abovementioned coherence is reduced to 0.06.

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