A self-similar flow of self-gravitating gas behind a shock wave with radiation heat flux, I
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Self-similar flows of self-gravitating gas behind the spherical shock wave propagating in a non-uniform atmosphere at rest, taking radiation heat flux into consideration, are investigated. The total energy of the wave is non-constant and can be made to vary slowly with time.
KeywordsRadiation Atmosphere Heat Flux Shock Wave Total Energy
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