Three-dimensional shock-change relations for reactive fluids

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Dept. of Energy, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service , Los Alamos, N.M, Springfield, Va
Fluid dynamics, Shock waves, Dimen
StatementR. L. Rabie, Jerry Wackerle
SeriesLA ; 7253
ContributionsWackerle, Jerry, joint author, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
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In computational fluid dynamics, flows can be simulated with different levels of accuracy—a low-order approximation is based on a hypothesis, whereas a high-order approximation is. Shocks are characterized by discontinuous changes in flow properties such as velocity, pressure, temperature, etc.

Typically, shock thickness is of a few mean free paths (of the order of 10 −8 m). Shocks are irreversible occurrences in supersonic flows (i.e. the entropy increases).

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