Two plane nonstationary, self-similar problems occurring with energy supply in shock waves are examined in a linear formulation; the pressure distributions in the perturbed flow domains are obtained. Results and methods used extensively in the theory of diffraction of shock waves [1–3] are employed in this paper.
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In conclusion, the author is grateful to M. N. Kogan for supervising the research, and also to A. I. Golubinskii and V. P. Kolgan for useful comments and valuable discussion.
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Butkovskii, A.V. Plane nonstationary self-similar gas flow with energy liberation in shock waves. Fluid Dyn 13, 625–629 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01055120
- Shock Wave
- Pressure Distribution
- Energy Liberation
- Linear Formulation
- Energy Supply