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This volume deals with chemical kinetics of high-temperature shocked flows. The first papers describe the kinetics of many processes in gases and gas mixtures behind shock waves in shock tubes, including decomposition, oxidation, dissociation and various reactions, with the general purpose of measuring corresponding rate constants by various diagnostic techniques. Other papers treat problems of induced combustion behind shock paves propagating in combustible media. Theoretical and experimental studies on nonequilibrium flows in external and internal aerodynamics, including vibrational relaxation, dissociation and reaction kinetics and radiation effects, and the analysis of ionization phenomena induced by shock waves and of the behavior of shock waves in ionized media such as plasma jets, discharges or magnetic fields are represented. This volume is for chemists and chemical engineers working in reaction kinetics and combustion fields, plasma physicists, astrophysicists and also aerodynamicists simulating or computing relaxing reactive flows.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Shock Waves. Held at Marseille, France, 26-30 July 1993|
|Statement||edited by Raymond Brun, Lucien Z. Dumitrescu|
|Contributions||Dumitrescu, Lucien Z.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xi, 467 pages 416 illustrations)|
|Number of Pages||467|
|ISBN 10||3642788343, 3642788327|
|ISBN 10||9783642788345, 9783642788321|
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5 people found this helpful. Helpful/5(). Shock Waves @ Marseille I Hypersonics, Shock Tube & Shock Tunnel Flow. Editors (view affiliations) A Life with Shock Waves (Ernst Mach Memorial Lecture) Lucien Z. Dumitrescu. including chemical effects, are presented and applied to steady and unsteady configurations.
The book also contains recent progress in shock tube and shock tube. Jet fighter planes with conical shock waves made visible by condensation. The ratio of the speed of a moving object (v) to the speed of sound (c) in a fluid is known as the Mach number (Ma) in honor of Ernst Mach (–), the Moravian physicist, psychologist, and philosopher who.
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Free shipping for many products. This volume gathers Shock Waves @ Marseille II book treating effects of shock waves propagating in complex media, such as polyphasic and porous media, and in condensed matter: thus, two-phase flows with shock waves include dust and droplet gas suspensions, steam, bubbly liquids without or with evaporation or condensation.
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In physics, a shock wave (also spelled shockwave), or shock, is a type of propagating disturbance that moves faster than the local speed of sound in the medium.
Like an ordinary wave, a shock wave carries energy and can propagate through a medium but is characterized by an abrupt, nearly discontinuous, change in pressure, temperature, and density of the medium. Get this from a library. Shock Waves @ Marseille II: Physico-Chemical Processes and Nonequilibrium Flow.
[Raymond Brun; Lucien Z Dumitrescu] -- This volume deals with chemical kinetics of high-temperature shocked flows. The first papers describe the kinetics of many processes in gases and gas mixtures behind shock waves in shock tubes.
Shock wave, strong pressure wave in any elastic medium such as air, water, or a solid substance, produced by supersonic aircraft, explosions, lightning, or other phenomena that create violent changes in waves differ from sound waves in that the wave front, in which compression takes place, is a region of sudden and violent change in stress, density, and temperature.
Shock Waves @ Marseille N Shock Structure and Kinematics, Blast Waves and Detonations Proceedings • The Contents of the other volumes are given at the end of the book [email protected] VI Contents - Volume IV II, III [email protected] A General Theory of Anomalous Shock Refraction.
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All of a sudden, people on the excursion suffer an intense 4/5. The first volume of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics contained nine articles (of 39) on shock waves.
Some of these pioneered new branches of fluid mechanics. Others dealt with older problem areas. Surprising is one's realization that important elements of all topics are still of current interest. Get this from a library.
Shock Waves @ Marseille III: Shock Waves in Condensed Matter and Heterogeneous Media. [Raymond Brun; Lucien Z Dumitrescu] -- This volume gathers papers treating effects of shock waves propagating in complex media, such as polyphasic and porous media, and in condensed matter: thus, two-phase flows with shock waves include.
Shock waves at Marseille II. Physico-chemical processes and nonequilibrium flow. Proceedings of the 19th international symposium on shock waves, held at Marseille, France, July A ballistics range and a shocktube were used to study head-on interactions between 9-degree cones flying at supersonic speeds and plane shock waves.
Photographs of the shock-shock interaction were taken. Experimental shock wave patterns agreed with predicted patterns. The reflected shock wave produced little or no overpressure on the model. shock wave • n. a sharp change of pressure in a narrow region traveling through a medium, esp.
air, caused by explosion or by a body moving faster than sound: charting the shock waves of the explosion | fig.
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An Internet Book on Fluid Dynamics Oblique Shock Wave Figure 1 depicts a large compression deﬂection and clearly demonstrates why this is diﬀerent from a large expansion deﬂection.
The Mach waves from a gradual compression deﬂection will intersect forming a Figure 1: Supersonic ﬂow performing a large compressive deﬂection, Size: KB.A Shock Tube Study of Nitric Acid Decomposition Shock Waves @ Marseille II (Springer-Verlag) Wooldridge, M.
S., Hanson, R. K., Bowman, C. T. .Shock Waves Here we shall follow closely the pellucid discussion in chapter 2 of the book by G. Whitham, beginning with the simplest possible PDE, ρt +c0 ρx = 0. () The solution to this equation is an arbitrary right-moving wave (assuming c0 > 0), with proﬁle ρ(x,t) = f(x−c0t), ().