|Statement||R. Brun, L.Z. Dumitrescu (eds.).|
|Series||Shock waves [at] Marseille ;, 4|
|Contributions||Brun, R. 1932-, Dumitrescu, L. Z. 1931-|
|LC Classifications||QC168.85.S45 I578 1993 vol. 4, QA927 I578 1993 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 505 p. :|
|Number of Pages||505|
|LC Control Number||95013595|
The well-known problem of shock-interface interaction still constitutes an attractive subject and a number of papers are devoted to shock-jet, shock-vortex, and shock-layer interactions. Explosions and blast waves studies are well represented, and detonation phenomena in gaseous, solid or multiphasic media are largely treated. Get this from a library! Shock structure and kinematics, blast waves, and detonations: proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Shock Waves, held at Marseille, France, July [R Brun; L Z Dumitrescu;]. Henderson L.F. () Volume IV: Shock Structure and Kinematics. Blast Waves and Detonations — An Introductory Survey. In: Brun R., Dumitrescu L.Z. (eds) Shock Waves @ Marseille : L. F. Henderson. Get this from a library! Shock Waves @ Marseille IV: Shock Structure and Kinematics, Blast Waves and Detonations. [Raymond Brun; Lucien Z Dumitrescu] -- This volume is devoted to the problems directly connected to the propagation of shock waves, blast waves and detonations and their interaction with various ctructures, gaseous, liquid or solid.
Shock Waves @ Marseille IV: Shock Structure and Kinematics, Blast Waves and Detonations Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg L. F. Henderson (auth.), Professor Dr. Raymond Brun, Professor Dr. Lucien Z. Dumitrescu (eds.). individuals from blast waves. Because it is often readily available, water is an attractive material for use as a blast mitigant . Previous investigations have focused on blast mitigation by water sprays or confined masses of water [2, 3] with mixed success as quantified by the peak overpressure and impulse mitigation. Shock Waves @ Marseille N Shock Structure and Kinematics, Blast Waves and Detonations Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Shock Waves Held at Marseille, France, July With Figures Springer [email protected] Shock Waves held in Marseille in They are published in four topical volumes, each containing papers on related topics, and preceded by an overview written by a leading international expert. The volumes may be purchased independently. | - Volume IV.- Survey Paper.- Volume IV: Shock Structure and Kinematics. Blast Waves and Detonations - An.
Shocks and Waves in Gas Dynamics Shock Structure and Kinematics, Blast Waves and Detonations This volume is devoted to the problems directly connected to Author: Theodore Costopoulos. Similar type of phenomena can be observed when the detonation wave is initiated by incident or reflected waves in shock tubesBlast waves or diffracting detonation waves in a . (ONE-DIMENSIONAL VEWA STRUCTURE) The simplest model of the structure of a detonation wave (the ZND structure) consists of a shock wave coupled to a reaction zone. Zeldovich (), von Neumann () and Döring () were the rst who postulated this view. • The shock wave compresses and heats up the gas, which reacts after an induction period. 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.