Reconstruction of part of an actual blast-wave flow field to agree with experimental data by using numerical method with high identification
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In this paper, on the basis of experimental data of two kinds of chemical explosions, the piston-pushing model of spherical blast-waves and the second-order Godunov-type scheme of finite difference methods with high identification to discontinuity are used to the numerical reconstruction of part of an actual hemispherical blast-wave flow field by properly adjusting the moving bounary conditions of a piston. This method is simple and reliable. It is suitable to the evaluation of effects of the blast-wave flow field away from the explosion center.
KeywordsExperimental Data Mathematical Modeling Flow Field Finite Difference Industrial Mathematic
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