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Hannemann, Klaus

Shock Waves

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Table of contents

Part I. Plenary Lectures

1. Relaxation effects in hypervelocity flow: selected contributions from the T5 Lab
H.G. Hornung

2. CFD contributions to high-speed shock-related problems
K. Fujii

3. Explosive eruptions of volcanos: simulation shock tube methods and multi-phase mathematical models
V. Kedrinskiy

4. Ignition delay time measurements at practical conditions using a shock tube
E.L. Petersen

5. Material processing and surface reaction studies in free piston driven shock tube
K.P.J. Reddy, M.S. Hegde, V. Jayaram

6. Molecular dynamics of shock waves in dense fluids
S. Schlamp, B.C. Hathorn

7. SBLI control for wings and inlets
H. Babinsky, H. Ogawa

8. Shock pattern in the plume of rocket nozzles - needs for design consideration
G. Hagemann

Part II. Blast Waves

9. A quick estimate of explosion-induced stress field in various media
A. Sakurai, K. Tanaka

10. Attenuation properties of blast wave through porous layer
K. Kitagawa, S. Yamashita, K. Takayama, M. Yasuhara

11. Blast wave reflection from lightly destructible wall
V.V. Golub, T.V. Bazhenova, O.A. Mirova, Y.L. Sharov, V.V. Volodin

12. Gram-range explosive blast scaling and associated materials response
M.J. Hargather, G.S. Settles, J.A. Gatto

13. High-speed digital shadowgraphy of shock waves from explosions and gunshots
M.M. Biss, G.S. Settles, M.J. Hargather, L.J. Dodson, J.D. Miller

14. Modelling high explosives (HE) using smoothed particle hydrodynamics
M. Omang, S. Børve, J. Trulsen

15. Modification of air blast loading transmission by foams and high density materials
B.E. Gelfand, M.V. Silnikov, M.V. Chernyshov

16. Multifunctional protective devices for localizing the blast impact when conducting the ground and underwater operations of explosion cutting
B.I. Palamarchuk, A.T. Malakhov, A.N. Manchenko, A.V. Cherkashin, N.V. Korpan

17. Propagation of the shock wave generated by two-dimensional beam focusing of a CO2 pulsed laser
S. Udagawa, Y. Yamamoto, S. Nakajima, K. Takei, K. Ohmura, K. Maeno

18. Simulation of strong blast waves by simultaneous detonation of small charges - a conceptual study
A. Klomfass, G. Heilig, H. Klein

19. Small-scale installation for research of blast wave dynamics
N.P. Mende, A.B. Podlaskin, A.M. Studenkov

20. Strong blast in a heterogeneous medium
B.I. Palamarchuk

Part III. Chemically Reacting Flows

21. Atomized fuel combustion in the reflected-shock region
B. Rotavera, E.L. Petersen

22. Coupling CFD and chemical kinetics: examples Fire II and TITAN aerocapture
P. Leyland, S. Heyne, J.B. Vos

23. Experimental investigation of catalytic and non-catalytic surface reactions on SiO
2 thin films with shock heated oxygen gas
V. Jayaram, G.M. Hegde, M.S. Hegde, K.P.J. Reddy

24. Experimental investigation of interaction of strong shock heated oxygen gas on the surface of ZrO2 - a novel method to understand re-combination heating
V. Jayaram, M.S. Hegde, K.P.J. Reddy

25. Further studies on initial stages in the shock initiated H2 - O2 reaction
K. Yasunaga, D. Takigawa, H. Yamada, T. Koike, Y. Hidaka

26. Shock-tube development for high-pressure and low-temperature chemical kinetics experiments
J. Vries, C. Aul, A. Barrett, D. Lambe, E. Petersen

27. Shock-tube study of tert-butyl methyl ether pyrolysis
K. Yasunaga, Y. Hidaka, A. Akitomo, T. Koike

28. Temperature dependence of the soot yield in shock wave pyrolysis of carbon-containing precursors
A. Drakon, A. Emelianov, A. Eremin, A. Makeich, H. Jander, H.G. Wagner, C. Schulz, R. Starke

29. Thermal reactions of o-dichlorobenzene. Single pulse shock tube investigation
A. Lifshitz, A. Suslensky, C. Tamburu

30. Wall heat transfer in shock tubes at long test times
C. Frazier, A. Kassab, E.L. Petersen

Part IV. Detonation and Combustion

31. A study on DDT processes in a narrow channel
K. Nagai, T. Okabe, K. Kim, T. Yoshihashi, T. Obara, S. Ohyagi

32. Combustion in a horizontal channel partially filled with porous media
C. Johansen, G. Ciccarelli

33. Continuum/particle interlocked simulation of gas detonation
A. Kawano, K. Kusano

34. Dependence of PDE performance on divergent nozzle and partial fuel filling
Z.X. Liang, Y.J. Zhu, J.M. Yang

35. Direct Monte-Carlo simulation of developing detonation in gas
Z.A. Walenta, K. Lener

36. Effects of detailed chemical reaction model on detonation simulations
N. Tsuboi, M. Asahara, A.K. Hayashi, M. Koshi

37. Effects of flame jet configurations on detonation initiation
K. Ishii, T. Akiyoshi, M. Gonda, M. Murayama

38. Experimental and theoretical investigation of detonation and shock waves action on phase of hydrocarbon mixture in porous media
D.I. Baklanov, L.B. Director, S.V. Golovastov, V.V. Golub, I.L. Maikov, V.M. Torchinsky, V.V. Volodin, V.M. Zaichenko

39. Experimental and theoretical study of valveless fuel supply system for PDE
D.I. Baklanov, S.V. Golovastov, N.W. Tarusova, L.G. Gvozdeva

40. Experimental investigation of the ignition spark shock waves influence on detonation formation in hydroxygen mixtures
D.I. Baklanov, S.V. Golovastov, V.V. Golub, V.V. Volodin

41. Experimental study on the nonideal detonation for JB-9014 rate sticks
L. Zou, D. Tan, S. Wen, J. Zhao, C. Liu

42. Experimental study on transmission of an overdriven detonation wave across a mixture
J. Li, K. Chung, W.H. Lai, F.K. Lu

43. Flow vorticity behavior in inhomogeneous supersonic flow past shock and detonation waves
V.A. Levin, G.A. Skopina

44. Ground reflection interaction with height-of-burst metalized explosions
R.C. Ripley, L. Donahue, T.E. Dunbar, S.B. Murray, C.J. Anderson, F. Zhang, D.V. Ritzel

45. High-fidelity numerical study on the on-set condition of oblique detonation wave cell structures
J.Y. Choi, E.J.R. Shin, D.R. Cho, I.S. Jeung

46. High-pressure shock tube experiments and modeling of n-dodecane/air ignition
S.S. Vasu, D.F. Davidson, R.K. Hanson

47. Implicit-explicit Runge-Kutta methods for stiff combustion problems
E. Lindblad, D.M. Valiev, B. Müller, J. Rantakokko, P. Lütstedt, M.A. Liberman

48. Near-field blast phenomenology of thermobaric explosions
D.V. Ritzel, R.C. Ripley, S.B. Murray, J. Anderson

49. Numerical and theoretical analysis of the precursor shock wave formation at high-explosive channel detonation
P. Vu, H.W. Leung, V. Tanguay, R. Tahir, E. Timofeev, A. Higgins

50. Numerical study on shockwave structure of superdetonative ram accelerator
K. Sung, I.-S. Jeung, F. Seiler, G. Patz, G. Smeets, J. Srulijes

51. Numerical study on the self-organized regeneration of transverse waves in cylindrical detonation propagations
C. Wang, Z. Jiang

52. On the mechanism of detonation initiations
Z. Jiang, H. Teng, D. Zhang, S.V. Khomik, S.P. Medvedev

53. Overview of the 2005 Northern Lights Trials
S.B. Murray, C.J. Anderson, K.B. Gerrard, T. Smithson, K. Williams, D.V. Ritzel

54. Physics of detonation wave propagation in 3D numerical simulations
H.-S. Dou, B.C. Khoo, H.M. Tsai

55. Propagation of cellular detonation in the plane channels with obstacless
V. Levin, V. Markov, T. Zhuravskaya, S. Osinkin

56. Re-initiation of detonation wave behind slit-plate
J. Sentanuhady, Y. Tsukada, T. Obara, S. Ohyagi

57. Shock-to-detonation transition due to shock interaction with prechamber-jet cloud
S.M. Frolov, V.S. Aksenov, V.Y. Basevich

58. Shock-to-detonation transition in tube coils
S.M. Frolov, I.V. Semenov, I.F. Ahmedyanov, V.V. Markov

59. Simulation of hydrogen detonation following an accidental release in an enclosure
L. Fang, L. Bédard-Tremblay, L. Bauwens, Z. Cheng, A.V. Tchouvelev

60. Spectroscopic studies of micro-explosions
G. Hegde, A. Pathak, G. Jagadeesh, C. Oommen, E. Arunan, K.P.J. Reddy

61. Structural response to detonation loading in 90-degree bend
Z. Liang, T. Curran, J.E. Shepherd

62. Study on perforated plate induced deflagration waves in a smooth tube
Y.J. Zhu, Z.X. Liang, J.H.S. Lee, J.M. Yang

63. Unconfined aluminum particles-air detonation
F. Zhang, K.B. Gerrard, R.C. Ripley, V. Tanguay

64. Viscous attenuation of a detonation wave propagating in a channel
P. Ravindran, R. Bellini, T.-H. Yi, F.K. Lu

Part V. Diagnostics

65. A diode laser absorption sensor for rapid measurements of temperature and water vapor in a shock tube
H. Li, A. Farooq, R.D. Cook, D.F. Davidson, J.B. Jeffries, R.K. Hanson

66. A novel fast-response heat-flux sensor for measuring transition to turbulence in the boundary layer behind a moving shock wave
T. Roediger, H. Knauss, J. Srulijes, F. Seiler, E. Kraemer

67. Application of HEG static pressure probe in HIEST
T. Hashimoto, S. Rowan, T. Komuro, K. Sato, K. Itoh, M. Robinson, J. Martinez Schramm, K. Hannemann

68. Application of laser-induced thermal acoustics to temperature measurement of the air behind shock waves
T. Mizukaki

69. Assessment of rotational and vibrational temperatures behind strong shock waves derived from CARS method
A. Matsuda, M. Ota, K. Arimura, S. Bater, K. Maeno, T. Abe

70. Availability of the imploding technique as an igniter for large-scale natural-gas-engines
T. Tsuboi, S. Nakamura, K. Ishii, M. Suzuki

71. Experimental study of SiC-based ablation products in high-temperature plasma-jets
M. Funatsu, H. Shirai

72. On pressure measurements in blast wave flow fields generated by milligram charges
S. Rahman, E. Timofeev, H. Kleine, K. Takayama

73. Quantitative diagnostics of shock wave - boundary layer interaction by digital speckle photography
N. Fomin, E. Lavinskaya, P. Doerffer, J.-A. Szumski, R. Szwaba, J. Telega

Part VI. Facilities

74. A simulation technique for radiating shock tube flows
R.J. Gollan, C.M. Jacobs, P.A. Jacobs, R.G. Morgan, T.J. McIntyre, M.N. Macrossan, D.R. Buttsworth, T.N. Eichmann, D.F. Potter

75. Aerodynamic force measurement technique with accelerometers in the impulsive facility HIEST
H. Tanno, T. Komuro, K. Sato, K. Itoh

76. On the free-piston shock tunnel at UniBwM (HELM)
K. Schemperg, C. Mundt

77. Progress towards a microfabricated shock tube
G. Mirshekari, M. Brouillette

Part VII. Flow Visualisation

78. A tool for the design of slit and cutoff in schlieren method
D. Kikuchi, M. Anyoji, M. Sun

79. Application of pressure-sensitive paints in high-speed flows
H. Zare-Behtash, N. Gongora, C. Lada, D. Kounadis, K. Kontis

80. Doppler Picture Velocimetry (DPV) applied to hypersonics
A. Pichler, A. George, F. Seiler, J. Srulijes, M. Havermann

81. On the conservation laws for light rays across a shock wave: Toward computer design of an optical setup for flow visualization
M. Sun

82. Shock stand-off distance over spheres flying at transonic speed ranges in air
T. Kikuchi, D. Numata, K. Takayama, M. Sun

83. Shock tube study of the drag coefficient of a sphere
G. Jourdan, L. Houas, O. Igra, J.-L. Estivalezes, C. Devals, E.E. Meshkov

84. Three-dimensional interferometric CT measurement of discharging shock/vortex flow around a cylindrical solid body
M. Ota, T. Inage, K. Maeno

85. Vizualization of 3D non-stationary flow in shock tube using nanosecond volume discharge
I.A. Znamenskaya, I.V. Mursenkova, T.A. Kuli-Zade, A.N. Kolycheva

Part VIII. Hypersonic Flow

86. Assessment of the convective and radiative transfers to the surface of an orbiter entering a Mars-like atmosphere
N. Bédon, M.-C. Druguet, D. Zeitoun, P. Boubert

87. Base pressure and heat transfer on planetary entry type configurations
G. Park, S. L. Gai, A. J. Neely, R. Hruschka

88. Combustion performance of a scramjet engine with inlet injection
S. Rowan, T. Komuro, K. Sato, K. Itoh

89. COMPARE, a combined sensor system for re-entry missions
A. Preci, G. Herdrich, M. Gräßlin, H.-P. Röser, M. Auweter-Kurtz

90. Drag reduction by a forward facing aerospike for a large angle blunt cone in high enthalpy flows
V. Kulkarni, P.S. Kulkarni, K.P.J. Reddy

91. Drag reduction by counterflow supersonic jet for a blunt cone in high enthalpy flows
V. Kulkarni, K.P.J. Reddy

92. Effect of electric arc discharge on hypersonic blunt body drag
K. Satheesh, G. Jagadeesh

93. Effect of the nose bluntness on the electromagnetic flow control for reentry vehicles
H. Otsu, T. Matsumura, Y. Yamagiwa, M. Kawamura, H. Katsurayama, A. Matsuda, T. Abe, D. Konigorski

94. Enhanced design of a scramjet intake using two different RANS solvers
M. Krause, J. Ballmann

95. Experimental and numerical investigation of film cooling in hypersonic flows
K.A. Heufer, H. Olivier

96. Experimental and numerical investigation of jet injection in a wall bounded supersonic flow
J. Ratan, G. Jagadeesh

97. Experimental investigation of cowl shape and location on inlet characteristics at hypersonic Mach number
D. Mahapatra, G. Jagadeesh

98. Experimental investigation of heat transfer reduction using forward facing cavity for missile shaped bodies flying at hypersonic speed
S. Saravanan, K. Nagashetty, G. Jagadeesh, K.P.J. Reddy

99. Extrapolation of a generic scramjet model to flight scale by experiments, flight data and CFD
A. Mack, J. Steelant, K. Hannemann

100. Force measurements of blunt cone models in the HIEST high enthalpy shock tunnel
K. Sato, T. Komuro, M. Takahashi, T. Hashimoto, H. Tanno, K. Itoh

101. Investigations of separated flow over backward facing steps in IISc hypersonic shock tunnel
P. Reddeppa, K. Nagashetty, G. Jagadeesh

102. Measurement of aerodynamic forces for missile shaped body in hypersonic shock tunnel using 6-component accelerometer based balance system
S. Saravanan, G. Jagadeesh, K.P.J. Reddy

103. Measurement of shock stand-off distance on a 120° blunt cone model at hypersonic Mach number in Argon
K. Satheesh, G. Jagadeesh

104. Model for shock interaction with sharp area reduction
J. Falcovitz, O. Igra

105. Modelling dissociation in hypersonic blunt body and nozzle flows in thermochemical nonequilibrium
E. Josyula, W.F. Bailey

106. Numerical and experimental investigation of viscous shock layer receptivity and instability
A. Kudryavtsev, S. Mironov, T. Poplavskaya, I. Tsyryulnikov

107. Numerical rebuilding of the flow in a valve-controlled Ludwieg tube
T. Wolf, M. Estorf, R. Radespiel

108. Numerical study of shock interactions in viscous, hypersonic flows over double-wedge geometries
Z.M. Hu, R.S. Myong, T.H. Cho

109. Numerical study of thermochemical relaxation phenomena in high-temperature nonequilibrium flows
S. Kumar, H. Olivier, J. Ballmann

110. Numerical study of wall temperature and entropy layer effects on transitional double wedge shock wave/boundary layer interactions
T. Neuenhahn, H. Olivier

111. Similarity laws of re-entry aerodynamics - analysis of reverse flow shock and wake flow thermal inversion phenomena
S. Balage, R. Boyce, N. Mudford, H. Ranadive, S. Gai

112. Simultanous measurements of 2-D total radiation and CARS data from hypervelocity flow behind strong shock waves
K. Maeno, M. Ota, A. Matsuda, B. Suhe, K. Arimura

113. Shock tunnel testing of a Mach 6 hypersonic waverider
K. Hemanth, G. Jagadeesh, S. Saravanan, K. Nagashetty, K.P.J. Reddy

114. Supersonic flow over axisymmetric cavities
Khadijeh Mohri, Richard Hillier

115. Tandem spheres in hypersonic flow
S.J. Laurence, R. Deiterding, H.G. Hornung

116. Three dimensional experimental investigation of a hypersonic double-ramp flow
F.F.J. Schrijer, R. Caljouw, F. Scarano, B.W. Oudheusden

117. Triple point shear layers in hypervelocity flow
M. Sharma, L. Massa, J.M. Austin

Part IX. Ignition

118. Auto-ignition of hydrogen-air mixture at elevated pressures
A.N. Derevyago, O.G. Penyazkov, K.A. Ragotner, K.L. Sevruk

119. Discrepancies between shock tube and rapid compression machine ignition at low temperatures and high pressures
E.L. Petersen, M. Lamnaouer, J. Vries, H. Curran, J. Simmie, M. Fikri, C. Schulz, G. Bourque

120. Ignition delay studies on hydrocarbon fuel with and without additives
M. Nagaboopathy, G. Hegde, K.P.J. Reddy, C. Vijayanand, M. Agarwal, D.S.S. Hembram, D. Bilehal, E. Arunan

121. Ignition of hydrocarbon–containing mixtures by nanosecond discharge: experiment and numerical modelling
I.N. Kosarev, S.V. Kindusheva, N.L. Aleksandrov, S.M. Starikovskaia, A.Y. Starikovskii

122. Laser-based ignition of hydrogen-oxygen mixture
Y.V. Tunik, O. Haidn, O.P. Shatalov

123. Measurements of ignition delay times and OH species concentrations in DME/O2/Ar mixtures
R.D. Cook, D.F. Davidson, R.K. Hanson

124. Shock tube study of artificial ignition of N2O:O2:H2:Ar mixtures
I.N. Kosarev, S.M. Starikovskaia, A.Y. Starikovskii

125. Shock tube study of kerosene ignition delay
S. Wang, B.C. Fan, Y.Z. He, J.P. Cui

126. Shock-tube study of the ignition delay time of tetraethoxysilane (TEOS)
A. Abdali, M. Fikri, H. Wiggers, C. Schulz

Keywords: Engineering, Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Mechanics, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Engineering Fluid Dynamics, Fluids, Acoustics, Automotive Engineering

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
829 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
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Ebook
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