Certain Solutions Of Shock-Waves In Non-Ideal Gases

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Kanti Pandey, Kiran Singh

Certain Solutions Of Shock-Waves In Non-Ideal Gases Journal Article

Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, 2 (1), pp. 45-57, 2016, ISSN: 2412-5954.

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Authors: Kanti Pandey,  Kiran Singh

ABSTRACT. In present paper non similar solutions for plane, cylindrical and spherical unsteady flows of non-ideal gas behind shock wave of arbitrary strength initiated by the instantaneous release of finite energy and propagating in a non-ideal gas is investigated. Asymptotic analysis is applied to obtain a solution up to second order. Solution for numerical calculation Runga-Kutta method of fourth order is applied and is concluded that for non-ideal case there is a decrease in velocity, pressure and density for 0th and IInd order in comparison to ideal gas but a increasing tendency in velocity, pressure and density for Ist order in comparison to ideal gas. The energy of explosion J0 for ideal gas is greater in comparison to non-ideal gas for plane, cylindrical and spherical waves.

Keywords: shock waves, non-ideal medium, AMS classification

DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.3928.9367

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