Converging Spherical Detonation Waves.
AbstractThe problem of converging spherical detonation waves propagating through a gas with varyingdensity is discussed. By neglecting the effect of variation of Q on the similarity exponent, both analytical and numerical solutions for motion of the detonation front have been obtained and arepresented in graphical form.
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