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28th International Symposium on Shock Waves

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Part I. Keynote Lectures

1. Shockwave Beyond
Kazuyoshi Takayama

2. Reflection and Diffraction of Shock Waves and Shock-Wave Configurations
I. V. Krassovskaya, M. K. Berezkina

3. Shock Induced Chemical Decomposition in Condensed Energetic Materials: Molecular Mechanisms
Yogendra M. Gupta

4. How Does Deflagration Get Detonated in Gases? - Recent Research Progress on DDT -
A. Koichi Hayashi

5. Super-Orbital Re-entry in Australia: Laboratory Measurement, Simulation and Flight Observation
David Buttsworth, Peter Jacobs, Daniel Potter, Neil Mudford, Mary D’Souza, Troy Eichmann, Peter Jenniskens, Tim McIntyre, Michael Jokic, Carolyn Jacobs, Ben Upcroft, Razmi Khan, Hadas Porat, Andrew Neely, Stefan Löhle

6. Pioneering in Hypersonic Transportation: Long Term Perspectives and Technological Challenges
J. Steelant

7. Drag Reduction for Transonic Wings Combining Reduced Wing Sweep with Shock Control
Ning Qin

8. Numerical Experiments on Shock-Turbulence Interaction
Sanjiva K. Lele

9. Getting Fundamental Molecular Properties from Shock Tubes
E. Arunan

Part II. BlastWaves

10. Numerical Analysis of Weak-Shock Attenuation Resulting from Molecular Vibrational Relaxation
K. Hatanaka, T. Saito

11. Numerical Investigations on Muzzle Flow under Approaching Real Shooting Conditions
X. Jiang, H. Li, Z. Guo, Y. Wang, Z. Chen

12. The Influence of Water Saturation in Soil on Blast Effect
Itzhak Kuchuk-Katalan, Zvika Asaf, Eylam Ran, Dimitry Naroditsky, Felix Aizik

13. Blast Waves from Cylindrical Charges
Clare Knock, Nigel Davies

14. Blast Wave Attenuation by Dry Aqueous Foams
E. Prete, L. Domergue, J. -F. Haas, A. Chinnayya, A. Hadjadj

15. High Energy Concentration by Symmetric Shock Focusing
N. Apazidis, M. Kjellander, N. Tillmark

16. A Novel Experimental System for Blast Structure Interaction Research
O. Ram, B. Ostraich, O. Sadot

17. Numerical Investigation of Shock-Wave Load Attenuation by Barriers
S. Berger, O. Sadot, G. Ben-Dor

Part III. Chemically Reacting Flows

18. Influence of Electronic Excitation on Transport Properties of Partially Ionized Atomic Gases
V. A. Istomin, E. V. Kustova

19. Shock Tube Investigation of Molecular Oxygen Dissociation at Temperatures of 4000 to 10800 K
L. B. Ibraguimova, O. P. Shatalov, Yu. V. Tunik, I. E. Zabelinskii

20. A Numeric Study of the Effects of Turbulent Flow
C. Needham, C. Watry

21. Reactions in H2+He+CH4 in Strong Shock Waves: A Review
C. Park

22. Thermochemistry Modelling in an Open Space DSMC Code
T. J. Scanlon, C. White, M. Schuebler, R. E. Brown, J. M. Reese

23. Hugoniot of a Reactive Metal Powder Mixture
C. H. Braithwaite, D. J. Chapman, P. D. Church, P. J. Gould, D. M. Williamson

24. Prediction of Heatshield Material Performance in an Arcjet
S. McDowell

25. Numerical Simulation of Thermal-Chemical Non-equilibrium and Radiating Hypersonic Flow
Yibin Wang, Ning Qin, Xueqiang Liu

26. Computations of Radiation of High-Temperature Gases in Shock Layers
Marie-Claude Druguet, Pascal Boubert

27. On the Validity of the Constant Volume Assumption in Shock Tube Experiments
J. Melguizo-Gavilanes, L. Bauwens

28. Experimental Investigation of Interaction of Shock Heated Test Gases with 7.25 μm Carbon Fibres in a Shock Tube
V. Jayaram, Keshava Subba Rao, R. Ramesh Babu, K. P. J. Reddy

29. A Shock-Tube with High-Repetition-Rate Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry for the Study of Complex Reaction Systems
M. Aghsaee, A. Abdali, S. H. Duerrstein, C. Schulz

Part IV. Dense Gases and Rarefied Flows

30. A DSMC-MD Investigation of Wall Effects in a Shock Tube Operating at High Knudsen Numbers
D. S. Watvisave, U. V. Bhandarkar, B. P. Puranik

31. Generation of Shock Wave by Temperature Change at Wall
A. Sakurai, M. Tsukamoto

32. Numerical Simulations of Nonequilibrium and Diffusive Effects in Spherical Shock Waves
V. V. Riabov

33. Numerical Study of Hypersonic Rarefied Flows about Leading Edges of Small Bluntness
Ye. A. Bondar, A. A. Shershnev, A. N. Kudryavtsev, D. V. Khotyanovsky, S. Yonemura, M. S. Ivanov

34. High-Energy Molecular Beam Source Using a Non-diaphragm Type Small Shock Tube
Y. Yoshimoto, R. Aoyagi, N. Miyoshi, I. Kinefuchi, S. Takagi, Y. Matsumoto

35. Propagating Wave in Binary Gas Mixture from Boundary of Variable Temperature and Velocity
K. Yoshimura, S. Kuwabara

36. Flow Phenomena in Microscale Shock Tubes
M. Brouillette, G. Giordano, G. Mirshekari, C. Hébert, J. -D. Parisse, P. Perrier

Part V. Detonation and Combustion

37. Front Structure of Detonation and the Stability of Detonation
H. -S. Dou, Z. M. Hu, B. C. Khoo, C. Wang

38. Expansion of the Detonation Products of a TATB Based High Explosive: Experimental Characterization by Photon Doppler Velocimetry and High-Speed Digital Shadowgraphy
A. Sollier, V. Bouyer, L-P. Terzulli, M. Doucet, L. Decaris, P. Hébert

39. Gas Detonation Simulation in the Channel by Instant Heating of One Its Flat End for the Case of Real Chemical Reaction
S. Kulikov, O. Ternovia

40. Interaction of Laser Pulse with Liquid Droplet
K. Volkov, V. Emelyanov

41. Flame-Acoustic Interaction
V. V. Golub, D. I. Baklanov, S. V. Golovastov, K. V. Ivanov, M. F. Ivanov, A. D. Kiverin, V. V. Volodin

42. Effects of Vortical and Entropic Forcing on Detonation Dynamics
L. Massa, M. Chauhan, F. K. Lu

43. Initial Temperature Effect on Detonation Initiation of JP-8-Oxygen Mixtures
C. Wen, K. Chung, W. Lai

44. Similarity Solutions for Reactive Shock Hydrodynamics
Rajan Arora

45. Numerical Simulation on Detonation Formation by Shock/Flame Interaction
C. Wang, Z. Z. Gu, R. L. Dong, L. T. Zhang, H. X. Jia, H. H. Shi

46. Experimental Investigation of Rupture Rate on Self-ignition of Pressurized Hydrogen Release
S. V. Golovastov, V. V. Golub, D. I. Baklanov, V. M. Bocharnikov

47. Numerical Study of Gas Detonation at the Molecular Kinetic Level
Ye. A. Bondar, K. Maruta, M. S. Ivanov

48. Numerical Simulation of Afterburning during Explosions
Ekaterina Fedina, Christer Fureby

49. Shock-Flame Interaction and Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition in Hydrogen/Oxygen Mixtures
A. D. Kiverin, M. F. Ivanov, M. A. Liberman

50. Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition in Highly Reactive Combustible Mixtures
M. A. Liberman, M. F. Ivanov, A. D. Kiverin, M. S. Kuznetsov, A. A. Chukalovsky, T. V. Rakhimova

51. Hydrogen-Oxygen Flame Acceleration in Channels of Different Widths with No-Slip Walls and the Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition
M. F. Ivanov, A. D. Kiverin, M. A. Liberman

52. Characterization of Soot Particles Produced from the Combustion of Hydrocarbon Fuels in a Shock-Tube
Brian Hogan, Alexei Khalizov, Eric Petersen, Renyi Zhang

53. Evolution of Autocorrelation in Detonation Interaction with Homogeneous, Isotropic Turbulence
F. K. Lu, M. Chauhan, L. Massa

54. Combined Effects of Vortex Flow and the Shchelkin Spiral Dimensions on Characteristics of Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition
K. Asato, T. Miyasaka, Y. Watanabe, K. Tanabashi

55. Fast Flame Propagation and Ignition Process of DDT in the Boundary Layer of H2/O2 Mixture
E. Dzieminska, M. Fukuda, A. K. Hayashi, N. Tsuboi, E. Yamada

56. Effect of Wave Flow Structure on Combustion at High Speeds
M. A. Goldfeld, I. A. Bedarev, N. N. Fedorova

57. The Effect Analysis of Flow Jam on Two-Meter Direct-Connection Firebox Model
Xiang-dong Li, Wei Jiao, Xiong-bing Mao, Han-chen Bai

58. Flame Propagation Out from Wide Chamber into Narrow Channel of Subcritical Diameter and Transition to Detonation
K. V. Ivanov, D. I. Baklanov, V. V. Golub, M. F. Ivanov, A. D. Kiverin, M. S. Krivokoritov

59. Numerical Study of Detonation Wave Propagation in Narrow Channels
Ashwin Chinnayya, Abdellah Hadjadj

60. Detonation Initiation by Moving Borders
V. A. Levin, I. S. Manuylovich, V. V. Markov

61. Detonation in Supersonic Flows in Channels with Obstacles
V. A. Levin, I. S. Manuylovich, V. V. Markov

62. Application of Gas Detonation for a Needleless Device Development
M. Krivokoritov, D. Baklanov, V. Golub, K. Ivanov

63. Stability of Planar ZND Detonation Waves for Three-Step Chain-Branching Kinetics
M. Lopez-Aoyagi, J. Melguizo-Gavilanes, L. Bauwens

64. A Theoretical Approach to One-Dimensional Detonation Instability
Chun Wang, Zonglin Jiang, Zhaoyuan Han

65. Experimental and Numerical Investigation of CH* and OH* Chemiluminescence in Acetylene Combustion behind Reflected Shock Waves
M. Bozkurt, M. Fikri, C. Schulz

66. Development of an Ethanol/Air Reduced Mechanism and Its Application to Two-Phase Detonation
T. Shimada, M. Koshi, Y. Tatsumi, A. K. Hayashi, E. Yamada, N. Tsuboi

67. Simulations of Non-ideal Detonation Wave Propagation and Its Experimental Validation
Xu Zhang, Duowang Tan, Yan Gu

Part VI. Diagnostics

68. Cross-Wavelet Techniques for Estimating Uncertainty in Propagating Shocks and Detonations
F. K. Lu, A. A. Ortiz

69. Multi-species Laser Measurements of n-Butanol Pyrolysis behind Reflected Shock Waves
Robert D. Cook, Ritobrata Sur, Ivo Stranic, David F. Davidson, Ronald K. Hanson

70. Extended Shock-Tunnel Operation for Aeroballistics Free-Flight Testing
F. Seiler, M. Bastide, J. Srulijes, J. -L. Striby, P. Wey

71. Quantitative Visualization of Open-Air Explosions by Using Background-Oriented Schlieren with Natural Background
Toshiharu Mizukaki, Hirotaka Tsukada, Kunihiko Wakabayashi, Tomoharu Matsumura, Yoshio Nakayama

72. Experimental Investigation of Aerodynamic Interference Heat Transfer Around a Protuberance on a Flat Plate Subjected to Hypersonic Flow
C. S. Kumar, K. P. J. Reddy

73. Surface Flow Visualization of a Side-Mounted NACA 0012 Airfoil in a Transonic Ludwieg Tube
F. K. Lu, E. M. Braun, T. S. Balcazar

74. Measurement of Vibrational/Rotational Temperatures of Nitrogen behind Strong Shock Wave Generated at Hypervelocities Using CARS Method
V. Hima Bindu, Kotaro Sakurai, Shota Niinomi, Masashi Oguro, Masanori Ota, Kazuo Maeno

75. Photoemission Measurements of Soot Temperature at Pyrolysis of Ethylene in the Shock Tube
Y. Baranyshyn, O. Penyazkov, S. Fisenko, K. Kasparov, L. Belaziorava

76. Modern Optical Methods for Determining the Shock Hugoniot of Transparent Solids
F. R. Svingala, M. J. Hargather, G. S. Settles

77. Radiometric Temperature Analysis of the Hayabusa Spacecraft Re-entry
T. N. Eichmann, T. J. McIntyre, R. Khan, C. Jacobs, H. Porat, B. Upcroft, D. Buttsworth

78. Toluene Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Imaging of Supersonic Flow within a Diverging Duct
K. Mohri, A. Wohler, B. Weigand, C. Schulz

Part VII. Facilities

79. A Second-Generation Aerosol Shock Tube and Its Use in Studying Ignition Delay Times of Large Biodiesel Surrogates
M. F. Campbell, D. F. Davidson, R. K. Hanson

80. Numerical Study of the Shock Tunnel Flow with a Throat Plug
J. K. Lee, C. Park, O. J. Kwon

81. Propagation Characteristics of the Shock Wave in Small Diameter Tubes at Atmospheric Initial Driven Pressure
S. Udagawa, M. Ota, K. Maeno

82. A New Fast Acting Valve for Diaphragmless Shock Tubes
K. A. Heufer, H. Olivier, S. Drumm, H. Murrenhoff

83. Modeling of a Detonation Driven, Linear Electric Generator Facility
E. M. Braun, E. Baydar, F. K. Lu

84. Flow Characterization of the T3 Hypersonic Shock Tunnel
D. Romanelli Pinto, T. V. C. Marcos, V. A. B. Galvão, A. C. Oliveira, J. B. Chanes, M. A. S. Minucci, P. G. P. Toro

85. Demonstration of Some Concepts for Developing Long-Test Duration Shock Tunnels
Z. Jiang, W. Zhao, H. R. Yu

86. Manually Operated Piston Driven Mini Shock Tube
K. P. J. Reddy

Part VIII. Flow Visualisation

87. Visualizing the Supersonic Flow around a Microvortex Generator
F. K. Lu, A. P. Pierce, P. J. Gonzalez, Y. Shih

88. Time-Resolved Mach-Zehnder Interferometry of Shock Waves
H. Kleine, H. Olivier, K. Tsuji, K. Etoh, K. Takehara, T. G. Etoh

89. Study of Normal Shock Behavior Near Second Throat
Abhishek K. Pateria, T. M. Muruganandam

90. Fine Structures of Supersonic Laminar Flow over a Backward Facing Step at Ma=3.0,3.8
Chen Zhi, Yi Shihe, Tian Lifeng, He Lin, Zhu Yangzhu

91. A Temperature-Cancellation Method for Motion-Capturing PSP System and Its Application to a Hypersonic Wind Tunnel
T. Okabe, T. Miyazaki, H. Sakaue

92. Development of Polymer-Ceramic Pressure-Sensitive Paint and Its Application to Supersonic Flow Field
T. Hayashi, H. Ishikawa, H. Sakaue

93. Potential of Localized Flow Heating for Wave Drag Reduction
E. Schülein, E. Bornhöft

94. Density Field Reconstructing in the Supersonic Wind Tunnel Using OCT Technology
Guo Longde, Yang Jianjun, Wu Yungang, Xie Weiming

95. Experimental Exploration of an Underexpanded Supersonic Jet
B. André, T. Castelain, C. Bailly

96. Application of NPLS Technique to Hypersonic Shock-Wave and Boundary Layer Interactions
Ming Li, Shi-he Yi, Zhi-wei Zhu, Lin He

97. Quantitative Measurement and Reconstruction of 3D Density Field by CGBOS (Colored Grid Background Oriented Schlieren) Technique
M. Ota, H. Kato, R. Sakamoto, K. Maeno

98. Application of Two Sections Focusing Schlieren Technique on the Supersonic Combustion Wind Tunnel
Ai-min Xie, Jie Huang, Si-yuan Huang, Han-chen Bai, Qiang Song, Zhen-feng Wang, Lei Zheng

99. Quantitative Visualization of High Speed Flow through Optical Tomography
Biswajit Medhi, G. M. Hegde, K. P. J. Reddy, D. Roy, R. M. Vasu

100. Flow Visualization of Discontinuities and Instabilities in Supersonic Flow
Yuxin Zhao, Shihe Yi, Jianhan Liang

Part IX. Hypersonic Flow

101. Separation Length Scaling in Hypervelocity Double Cone Air Flows
A. B. Swantek, J. M. Austin

102. Experimental Investigation of Mechanical Distortions to Hypersonic Boundary Layers
W. Flaherty, J. M. Austin

103. On the Stability of Pitching Motion of Reentry Vehicle with the Tilted Toroidal Ballute
Hirotaka Otsu, Yoshiki Takama

104. Numerical Studies of Hypersonic Binary Gas-Mixture Flows Near a Sphere
V. V. Riabov

105. An Investigation of Base Flow of a Circular Cylinder at Hypersonic Speeds
Gisu Park, Sudhir L. Gai, Andrew J. Neely

106. On the Numerical Solution Method of the 2D Oswatitsch Equations for Hypersonic Flow
V. Lorenz, Ch. Mundt

107. Modeling the Complete Operation of a Free-Piston Shock Tunnel for a Low Enthalpy Condition
Matthew McGilvray, Andrew G. Dann, Peter A. Jacobs

108. Shock Tube Experiments on Heat Transfer at Generic Re-entry Bodies
J. Srulijes, R. Hruschka, F. Seiler, B. Sauerwein, M. Bastide-Luquet, K. J. Dahlem

109. On the Validation of a Hypersonic Flow Solver Using Measurements of Shock Detachment Distance
Rowan J. Gollan, Peter A. Jacobs

110. Surrogate-Based Multi-objective Aerothermodynamic Design Optimization of Hypersonic Spiked Bodies
M. Y. M. Ahmed, Ning Qin

111. Effect of Gas Injection on Transition in Hypervelocity Boundary Layers
J. S. Jewell, I. A. Leyva, N. J. Parziale, J. E. Shepherd

112. Counterflow Injection Studies for Hypersonic Flow Fields
Chandra Shekhar Pant, Atreyo Choudry, Vinayak Kulkarni

113. Shock Tunnel Noise Measurement with Resonantly Enhanced Focused Schlieren Deflectometry
N. J. Parziale, J. S. Jewell, J. E. Shepherd, H. G. Hornung

114. Numerical Simulation and Experimental Validation of Shock Oscillations in Hypersonic Vehicle’s Flowpath
Guo Shanguang, Liu Jun, Huang Wei, Jin Liang, Luo Shibin

115. Application of Pressure- and Temperature-Sensitive Paint in a Hypersonic Double Ramp Flow
L. Yang, E. Erdem, K. Kontis

Part X. Ignition

116. Laser-Based Ignition of the Preheated Supersonic Hydrogen-Air Flow
V. A. Pavlov, O. P. Shatalov, Yu. V. Tunik

117. Measurement of H2O2 Broadening Parameters near 7.8 μm with a Shock Tube
Christopher J. Aul, Mark W. Crofton, John D. Mertens, Eric L. Petersen

118. Shock-Wave Induced Ignition of Normal Undecane (n-C1
1H2
4) and Comparison to Other High-Molecular-Weight n-Alkanes
Brandon Rotavera, Eric L. Petersen

119. Surface Chemical Reaction of Laser Ablated Aluminum Sample for Detonation Initiation
Chang-hwan Kim, Jack J. Yoh

Part XI. Impact and Compaction

120. Propagation of Luminous Front at High-Speed Impact into Sand Layers
Hiroaki Yamamoto, Kazuyoshi Takayama, Shoukichi Hayasaka

121. Multiscale Modeling and Simulation of Shock-Wave Impact Failure in Hard and Soft Matter
Martin O. Steinhauser, Georg C. Ganzenmüller, Stefan Hiermaier

122. High-Velocity Impact Characteristic of CFRP Composite at Low Temperature
A. Shimamoto, R. Kubota, K. Takayama

123. Tunguska Impact: How Far Can We Move Up in Our Prediction of the Past?
C. Sandaldjian, S. V. Utyuzhnikov

Keywords: Engineering, Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Engineering Fluid Dynamics, Fluid- and Aerodynamics

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Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
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Edition
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Technology, Energy, Traffic
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