## Hannemann, Klaus

# Shock Waves

**Table of contents**

**Part X. Impact and Compaction**

1. A study of particle ejection by high-speed impacts*M. Anyoji, D. Numata, M. Sun, K. Takayama*

2. An experimental and numerical study of steel tower response to blast loading*J.D. Baum, O.A. Soto, C. Charman*

3. DEM simulation of wave propagation in two-dimensional ordered array of particles*M. Nishida, K. Tanaka, T. Ishida*

4. Experiment study of ejecta composition in impact phenomenon*D. Numata, T. Kikuchi, M. Sun, K. Kaiho, K. Takayama*

5. Numerical simulation of the propagation of stress disturbance in shock-loaded granular media using the discrete element method*Y. Sakamura, H. Komaki*

6. Strain characteristics of aluminum honeycombs under the static and impact compressions*K. Tanaka, M. Nishida, K. Tomita, T. Hayakawa*

**Part XI. Medical, Biological, Industrial Applications**

7. Acceleration of cell growth rate by plane shock wave using shock tube*M. Tamagawa, N. Ishimatsu, S. Iwakura, I. Yamanoi*

8. Application of shock waves in pencil manufacturing industry*G. Jagadeesh*

9. Comparison of methods for generating shock waves in liquids*S. Dion, C. Hebert, M. Brouillette*

10. Gas-phase synthesis of non-agglomerated nanoparticles by fast gasdynamic heating and cooling*A. Grzona, A. Wei?, H. Olivier, T. Gawehn, A. Gülhan, N. Al-Hasan, G.H. Schnerr, A. Abdali, M. Luong, H. Wiggers, C. Schulz, J. Chun, B. Weigand, T. Winnemöller, W. Schröder, T. Rakel, K. Schaber, V. Goertz, H. Nirschl, A. Maisels, W. Leibold, M. Dannehl*

11. Large-scale simulation for HIFU treatment to brain*Y. Nakajima, J. Uebayashi, Y. Tamura, Y. Matsumoto*

12. Study on application of shock waves generated by micro bubbles to the treatment of ships’ ballast water*A. Abe, H. Kanai, H. Mimura, S. Nishio, H. Ishida*

13. Study of mechanical and chemical effects induced by shock waves on the inactivation of a marine bacterium*A. Abe, Y. Miyachi, H. Mimura*

14. The effect of extracorporeal shock wave therapy on the repair of articular cartilage*C.Y. Wen, C.H. Chu, K.T. Yeh, P.L. Chen*

15. The generation of high particle velocities by shock tunnel technology for coating application*X. Luo, H. Olivier, I. Fenercioglu*

**Part XII. Multiphase Flow**

16. Cavitation induced by low-speed underwater impact*H. Kleine, S. Tepper, K. Takehara, T.G. Etoh, K. Hiraki*

17. Experimental study of shock wave and bubble generation by pulsed CO*K. Ohtani, D. Numata, K. Takayama, T. Kobayashi, K. Okatsu*

18. Nonequilibrium ionization of iron nanoparticles in shock front*A. Drakon, A. Emelianov, A. Eremin*

19. Non-uniform flow structure behind a dusty gas shock wave with unsteady drag force*T. Saito, M. Saba, M. Sun, K. Takayama*

20. Numerical study of shock-driven deformation of interfaces*M.-S. Liou, C.-H. Chang, H. Chen, J.-J. Hu*

21. Shock and wave dynamics in fuel injection systems*I.H. Sezal, S.J. Schmidt, G.H. Schnerr, M. Thalhamer, M. Förster*

22. Shock-induced collapse of bubbles in liquid*X.Y. Hu, N.A. Adams*

23. Soot formation, structure and yield at pyrolysis of gaseous hydrocabons behind reflected shock waves*O.G. Penyazkov, K.A. Ragotner*

24. Two dimensional structure and onset Mach number of condensation induced shock wave in condensing nozzle flows*M. Yu, M.L. Wang, B. Huang, H. Xu, Y.J. Zhu, X. Luo, J.M. Yang*

**Part XIII. Nozzle Flow**

25. Design and analysis of a rectangular cross-section hypersonic nozzle*R.S.M. Chue, D. Cresci, P. Montgomery*

26. Effect of nozzle inlet geometry on underexpanded supersonic jet characteristics*N. Menon, B.W. Skews*

27. Experimental investigation of shock stand-off distance on spheres in hypersonic nozzle flows*T. Hashimoto, T. Komuro, K. Sato, K. Itoh*

28. Mach disk shape in truncated ideal contour nozzles*R. Stark, B. Wagner*

29. Numerical simulation of separated flow in nozzle with slots*I.E. Ivanov, I.A. Kryukov, V.V. Semenov*

30. Numerical simulation of transient supersonic nozzle flows*A. Hadjadj, Y. Perrot*

31. Numerical studies of shock vector control for deflecting nozzle exhaust flows*T. Saito, T. Fujimoto*

32. Rectangular underexpanded gas jets: Effect of pressure ratio, aspect ratio and Mach number*N. Menon, B.W. Skews*

**Part XIV. Numerical Methods**

33. A cartesian grid finite-volume method for the simulation of gasdynamic flows about geometrically complex objects*A. Klomfass*

34. A discontinuous Galerkin method using Taylor basis for computing shock waves on arbitrary grids*H. Luo, J.D. Baum, R. Löhner*

35. A front tracking approach for finite-volume methods*D. Hänel, F. Völker, R. Vilsmeier, I. Wlokas*

36. Behaviour of a bucky-ball under extreme internal and external pressures*N. Kaur, S. Gupta, K. Dharamvir, V.K. Jindal*

37. Investigation of interaction between shock waves and flow disturbances with different shock-capturing schemes*A.N. Kudryavtsev, D.V. Khotyanovsky, D.B. Epshtein*

38. Novel LBM Scheme for Euler Equations*A. Agarwal, A. Agrawal, B. Puranik, C. Shu*

39. Numerical simulation of flows with shocks through an unstructured shock-fitting solver*R. Paciorri, A. Bonfiglioli*

40. Molecular dynamics study of vibrational nonequilibrium and chemical reactions in shock waves*A.L. Smirnov, A.N. Dremin*

41. Parallel algorithm for detonation wave simulation*P. Ravindran, F.K. Lu*

42. Shock detection and limiting strategies for high order discontinuous Galerkin schemes*C. Altmann, A. Taube, G. Gassner, F. Lörcher, C.-D. Munz*

43. The modified ghost fluid method for shock-structure interaction in the presence of cavitation*T.G. Liu, W.F. Xie, C. Turangan, B.C. Khoo*

44. Transient aerodynamic forces experienced by aerofoils in accelerated motion*H. Roohani, B.W. Skews*

**Part XV. Plasmas**

45. Relaxation dynamics of porous matter under intense pulsed irradiation*V.P. Efremov, B.A. Demidov, A.N. Mescheryakov, A.I. Potapenko, V.E. Fortov*

46. Shock wave interaction with nanosecond transversal discharges in shock tube channel*I.A. Znamenskaya, D.A. Koroteev, D.M. Orlov, A.E. Lutsky, I.E. Ivanov*

47. Temperature measurements in the arc heated region of a Huels type arc heater*K. Kitagawa, Y. Miyagawa, K. Inaba, M. Yasuhara, N. Yoshikawa*

**Part XVI. Propulsion**

48. A model to predict the Mach reflection of the separation shock in rocket nozzles*F. Nasuti, M. Onofri*

49. Computation of hypersonic double wedge shock / boundary layer interaction*B. Reinartz, J. Ballmann*

50. Disintegration of hydrocarbon jets behind reflected shock waves*I. Stotz, G. Lamanna, B. Weigand, J. Steelant*

51. Experimental and numerical investigation on the supersonic inlet buzz with angle of attack*H.-J. Lee, I.-S. Jeung*

52. Experimental investigation of inlet injection in a scramjet with rectangular to elliptical shape transition*J.C. Turner, M.K. Smart*

53. Experimental investigation on staged injection in a dual-mode combustor*S. Rocci Denis, D. Maier, H.-P. Kau*

54. Performance of a scramjet engine model in Mach 6 flight condition*S. Ueda, T. Kouchi, M. Takegoshi, S. Tomioka, K. Tani*

55. Radiatively cooled scramjet combustor*R.G. Morgan, F. Zander*

56. Thrust vectoring through fluid injection in an axisymmetrical supersonic nozzle: Theoretical and computational study*N. Maarouf, M. Sellam, M. Grignon, A. Chpoun*

**Part XVII. Rarefied Flow**

57. On shock wave solution of the Boltmann equation with a modified collision term*S. Takahashi, A. Sakurai*

58. Rotational-translational relaxation effects in diatomic-gas flows*V.V. Riabov*

59. Shock wave solution of molecular kinetic equation for source flow problem*M. Tsukamoto, A. Sakurai*

**Part XVIII. Richtmyer-Meshkov**

60. Computations in 3D for shock-induced distortion of a light spherical gas inhomogeneity*J.H.J. Niederhaus, D. Ranjan, J.G. Oakley, M.H. Anderson, J.A. Greenough, R. Bonazza*

61. Experimental investigation of shock-induced distortion of a light spherical gas inhomogeneity*D. Ranjan, J.H.J. Niederhaus, J.G. Oakley, M.H. Anderson, R. Bonazza*

62. Hot wire, laser Doppler measurements and visualization of shock induced turbulent mixing zones*C. Mariani, G. Jourdan, L. Houas, L. Schwaederlé*

63. Investigation on the acceleration of sinusoidal gaseous interfaces by a plane shock wave*C. Mariani, G. Jourdan, L. Houas, M. Vandenboomgaerde, D. Souffland*

64. Particle image velocimetry study of shock-induced single mode Richtmyer-Meshkov instability*R. Aure, J.W. Jacobs*

65. Richtmyer-Meshkov instability in laser plasma-shock wave interaction*A. Sasoh, K. Mori, T. Ohtani*

66. Shock tube experiments and numerical simulation of the single mode three-dimensional Richtmyer-Meshkov instability*V.V. Krivets, C.C. Long, J.W. Jacobs, J.A. Greenough*

67. Shock wave induced instability at a rectangular gas/liquid interface*H.-H. Shi, Q.-W. Zhuo*

**Part XIX. Shock Boundary Layer Interaction**

68. An investigation into supersonic swept cavity flows*B. Reim, S.L. Gai, J. Milthorpe, H. Kleine*

69. Axisymmetric separated shock-wave boundary-layer interaction*N. Murray, R. Hillier*

70. Computational studies of the effect of wall temperature on hypersonic shock-induced boundary layer separation*L. Brown, C. Fischer, R.R. Boyce, B. Reinartz, H. Olivier*

71. Dynamics of unsteady shock wave motion*P.J.K. Bruce, H. Babinsky*

72. Experimental investigation of heat transfer characteristic in supersonic flow field on a sharp fin shape*J.W. Song, J.J. Yi, M.S. Yu, H.H. Cho, K.Y. Hwnag, J.C. Bae*

73. Experimental investigation of the sliding electric frequency mode arc discharge in the subsonic and supersonic flow*V.S. Aksenov, S.A. Gubin, K.V. Efremov, V.V. Golub*

74. Experimental study of two-dimensional shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interactions*A.G. Dann, R.G. Morgan, M. McGilvray*

75. Flow simulation of inlet components using URANS approach*N.N. Fedorova, I.A. Fedorchenko, Y.V. Semenova*

76. Fluidic control of cavity configurations at transonic and supersonic speeds*C. Lada, K. Kontis*

77. Front separation regions for blunt and streamlined bodies initiated by temperature wake – bow shock wave interaction*P.Y. Georgievskiy, V.A. Levin*

78. Pressure waves interference under supersonic flow in flat channel with relief walls*M.-C. Kwon, V.V. Semenov, V.A. Volkov*

79. Progress in time resolved flow visualisation of shock boundary layer interaction in shock tunnels*N. Mudford, S. Wittig, S. Kirstein, R. Boyce, R. Hruschka*

80. Study on convective heat transfer coefficient around a circular jet ejected into a supersonic flow*J.J. Yi, J.W. Song, M.S. Yu, H.H. Cho*

81. The effect of boundary layer transition on jet interactions*G.S. Freebairn, N.R. Deepak, R.R. Boyce, N.R. Mudford, A.J. Neely*

82. The influence of wall temperature on shock-induced separation*C.A. Edelmann, G.T. Roberts, L. Krishnan, N.D. Sandham, Y. Yao*

83. Wave drag reduction by means of aerospikes on transonic wings*M. Rein, H. Rosemann, E. Schülein*

84. Wave drag reduction concept for blunt bodies at high angles of attack*E. Schülein*

85. Wave processes on a supercritical airfoil*A. Alshabu, H. Olivier, V. Herms, I. Klioutchnikov*

**Part XX. Shock Propagation/Reflection**

86. ?*J.-J. Liu, T.-I. Tseng*

87. A calculator for shock wave reflection phenomenon*M. Sun*

88. A parametric study of shock wave enhancement*D. Igra, O. Igra*

89. A secondary small-scale turbulent mixing phenomenon induced by shock-wave Mach-reflection slip-stream instability*A. Rikanati, O. Sadot, G. Ben-Dor, D. Shvarts, T. Kuribayashi, K. Takayama*

90. Analytical reconsideration of the so-called von Neumann paradox in the reflection of a shock wave over a wedge*Eugene I. Vasilev, Tov Elperin, Gabi Ben-Dor*

91. Blast loads and propagation around and over a building*C.E. Needham*

92. Blast propagation through windows and doors*C.E. Needham*

93. Blast wave discharge into a shelter with inlet chevron*A. Britan, Y. Kivity, G. Ben-Dor*

94. Computational and experimental investigation of dynamic shock reflection phenomena*K. Naidoo*, B.W. Skews*

95. Computations of shock wave propagation with local mesh adaptation*B. Reimann, V. Hannemann, K. Hannemann*

96. Diffraction of two-shock configuration over different surfaces*M.K. Berezkina, I.V. Krassovskaya, D.H. Ofengeim*

97. Drainage and attenuation capacity of particulate aqueous foams*A. Britan, M. Liverts, G. Ben-Dor*

98. Effect of acceleration on shock-wave dynamics of aerofoils during transonic flight*H. Roohani, B.W. Skews*

99. Effects of precursory stress waves along a wall of a container of liquid on intermittent jet formation*A. Matthujak, K. Pianthong, M. Sun, K. Takayama, B.E. Milton*

100. Experimental investigation of tripping between regular and Mach reflection in the dual-solution domain*C.A. Mouton, H.G. Hornung*

101. Interferometric signal measurement of shock waves and contact surfaces in small scale shock tube*S. Udagawa, K. Maeno, I. Golubeva, W. Garen*

102. Investigation of a planar shock on a body loaded with low temperature plasmas*F.-M. Yu, M.-S. Lin*

103. Numerical, theoretical and experimental study of shock wave reflection from a layer of spherical particles*E. Timofeev, G. Noble, S. Goroshin, J. Lee, S. Murray*

104. Numerical simulation of interactions between dissociating gases and catalytic materials in shock tubes*V.V. Riabov*

105. Numerical simulation of shock waves at microscales using continuum and kinetic approaches*D.E. Zeitoun, Y. Burtschell, I. Graur, A. Hadjadj, A. Chinnayya, M.S. Ivanov, A.N. Kudryavtsev, Y.A. Bondar*

106. Numerical simulation of weak steady shock reflections*M. Ivanov, D. Khotyanovsky, R. Paciorri, F. Nasuti, A. Bonfiglioli*

107. On the ongoing quest to pinpoint the location of RR-MR transition in blast wave reflections*H. Kleine, E. Timofeev, A. Gojani, M. Tetreault-Friend, K. Takayama*

108. Shock over spheres in unsteady near-sonic free flight*J. Falcovitz, T. Kikuchi, K. Takayama*

109. Shock wave diffraction over complex convex walls*C. Law, B.W. Skews, K.H. Ching*

110. Shock waves in mini-tubes: influence of the scaling parameter

*W. Garen, B. Meyerer, S. Udagawa, K. Maeno*

111. Shock wave interactions inside a complex geometry*H. Zare-Behtash, D. Kounadis, K. Kontis*

112. Shock wave interactions with concave cavities*B.W. Skews, H. Kleine*

113. Shock waves dynamics investigations for surface discharge energy analysis*D.F. Latfullin, I.V. Mursenkova, I.A. Znamenskaya, T.V. Bazhenova, A.E. Lutsky*

114. Shock-on-shock interactions over double-wedges: comparison between inviscid, viscous and nonequilibrium hypersonic flow*G. Tchuen, M. Fogue, Y. Burtschell, D.E. Zeitoun, G. Ben-Dor*

115. Simulation of forming a shock wave in the shock tube on the molecular level and behavior of the end of a shock-heated gas*S.V. Kulikov*

116. Some special features of the flow in compressed layer downstream the incident shock in overexpanded jet*V.N. Uskov, M.V. Chernyshov*

117. Studies on micro explosive driven blast wave propagation in confined domains using NONEL tubes*C. Oommen, G. Jagadeesh, B.N. Raghunandan*

118. The aerodynamics of a supersonic projectile in ground effect*G. Doig, H. Kleine, A.J. Neely, T.J. Barber, E. Leonardi, J.P. Purdon, E.M. Appleby, N.R. Mudford*

119. The interaction of supersonic and hypersonic flows with a double cone: comparison between inviscid, viscous, perfect and real gas model simulations*M.-C. Druguet, G. Ben-Dor, D. Zeitoun*

120. The two distinct configurations of 3-shock reflections in the domain beset by the von Neumann paradox*A. Siegenthaler*

121. The von Neumann paradox for strong shock waves*S. Kobayashi, T. Adachi, T. Suzuki*

122. Unsteady Navier-Stokes simulations of regular-to-Mach reflection transition on an ideal surface*E. Timofeev, A. Merlen*

123. Underwater shock and bubble interactions from twin explosive charges*J.J. Lee, J. Gregson, G. Rude, G.T. Paulgaard*

124. Viscosity effects on weak shock wave reflection*D. Khotyanovsky, A. Kudryavtsev, Y. Bondar, G. Shoev, M. Ivanov*

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

- Author(s)
- Hannemann, Klaus
- Seiler, Friedrich
- Publisher
- Springer
- Publication year
- 2009
- Language
- en
- Edition
- 1
- Page amount
- 1597 pages
- Category
- Technology, Energy, Traffic
- Format
- Ebook
- eISBN (PDF)
- 9783540851813