Effect of a shock wave on heat propagation
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The nature of the propagation of a thermal wave produced by a powerful explosion was described in a number of papers, for example, [1–6]. It was shown by a numerical method  that a shock wave is present together with the thermal wave. In this paper, the effect of a homothermal shock wave on heat propagation is evaluated by an approximate method.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Shock Wave Mechanical Engineer Industrial Mathematic Heat Propagation
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