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Propagation of a shock wave in a locally anisotropic medium containing channels with elevated thermal diffusivity

  • V. I. Bergel'son
  • I. V. Nemchinov
  • D. V. Pomazkin
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Abstract

We consider the interaction between a shock wave and thin extended channels with elevated a thermal diffusivity. It is shown that a thermal perturbation ahead of the shock wave front leads to the effect of a “warm layer,” i.e., to the formation of a large-scale self-similarly growing precursor.

Keywords

Statistical Physic Shock Wave Thermal Diffusivity Wave Front Anisotropic Medium 
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Notation

T

temperature

p

pressure

ϱ

density

ν

velocity

e

specific internal energy

λ

thermal conductivity coefficient

γ

effective specific heat ratio

q

heat flux density

t

time

x, y

Cartesian coordinates

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Bergel'son
  • I. V. Nemchinov
  • D. V. Pomazkin

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