Strong-plane shock waves in optically-thin atmospheres in magnetogasdynamics
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In this paper, similarity solutions for the propagation of strong-plane shock waves in optically-thin grey atmospheres are obtained in the presence of a magnetic field. Density and magnetic field are constant in the undisturbed gaseous medium in front of the shock. Planck's diffusion approximation has been taken into account in this problem and a comparative study has been made between the results of ordinary gasdynamics and magnetogasdynamics.
KeywordsAtmosphere Magnetic Field Shock Wave Similarity Solution Gaseous Medium
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