## Jiang, Z.

# Shock Waves

**Table of contents**

**Part 1. Plenary Lectures**

1. Summary of forty years continuous shock wave research at interdisciplinary shock wave research center, Tohoku University*K. Takayama*

2. Precursor kinetics and nanoparticle synthesis studied in a shock wave reactor*P. Roth, A. Giesen*

3. The propagation mechanism of cellular detonation*J. H. S. Lee*

4. The development of the HyShot flight program*A. Pauli, H. Alesi, S. Anderson*

5. Shock induced porous barrier flows, with underlying wall pressure amplification*B. W. Skews, S. Bugarin*

6. The single pulse shock tube: its Odyssey in chemical kinetics*A. Lifshitz*

7. Recent developments with gaseous detonation drivers for a shock tunnel*H-r Yu*

8. Some perspectives on pulse detonation propulsion systems*F. K. Lu, D. R. Wilson*

**Part II. Supersonic and Hypersonic Aerodynamics**

9. Laser energy deposition in Edney IV interaction*D. Knight, R. Adelgren, G. Elliott, H. Yan, T. Beutner*

10. Hypersonic wave drag reduction in re-entry capsules using concentrated energy deposition*K. Satheesh, G. Jagadeesh, P. S. Kulkarni*

11. Supersonic flow over double cone geometries*H. Kleine, K. Hiraki*

12. An expansion tube study of high enthalpy carbon-dioxide flows*T. J. Mclntyre, T. N. Eichmann, I. Lourel, K. M. Hajek, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop*

13. Shock tunnel measurement of the interaction amplification factor for a hot gas side jet in a supersonic cross flow*M. Havermann, H. Ende, F. Seiler, M. Schwenzer*

14. Drag reduction by controlled base flow separation for missile shaped bodies flying at hypersonic Mach number*V. Menezes, M. Sun, G. Jagadeesh, K. P. J. Reddy, K. Takayama*

15. Improvement of aerospike nozzle efficiency due to change of plug base configuration*S. Aso, K. Sugimoto*

16. Measurement and calculation of vibrational temperature behind strong shock waves*R. L. Zhang, J. L. Le, J. P. Cui, F. M. Yu, L. H. Han, S. Wang, J. Liu*

17. Interference effects due to a transverse slot jet in a hypersonic flow*F. C. Dixon, G. T. Roberts, O. R. Tutty*

18. Aerodynamic characteristics of generic flight vehicle configuration from shock tunnel tests*A. G. Sarwade, A. S. Narayana, S. Panneerselvam, N. Sahoo, S. Saravanan, G. Jagadeesh, K. P. J. Reddy*

19. Heat transfer measurement and its application to CFD code evaluation*T. Kuribayashi, T. Saito, V. Menezes, M. Sun, G. Jagadeesh, K. Takayama*

20. Chemical nonequilibrium effects on flow field for reusable launch vehicles*H. Ma, L. Zhao, F. M. Wang*

21. Integration property of a wedge-elliptic cone waverider with scramjet engine*H. Liu, F. M. Wang, L. W. Li, Y. B. Geng*

22. Dynamic behavior of the shock wave formed around a reflector in supersonic flow*K. Hiraki, H. Kleine*

23. Flow establishment over rearward-facing steps in high enthalpy flows*M. J. Hayne, D. J. Mee, S. L. Gai, B. S. Stewart, R. G. Morgan*

24. Experimental and numerical investigation of high enthalpy flow past a cylinder in HEG*S. Karl, J. Martinez Schramm, K. Hannemann*

25. Non-conventional dissociation rate in non-equilibrium boundary layer*N. Belouaggadia, R. Brun, T. Saito, K. Takayama*

26. Power law shapes for leading-edge blunting with minimal standoff distance in low-density hypersonic flow*W. F. N. Santos*

27. Surface temperature and pressure dependency of catalytic effects to flat plates in high enthalpy flow*S. Ueda, K. Sato, T. Komuro, H. Tanno, K. Itoh, T. Kurotaki*

28. Force and moment measurements on the HOPPER configuration for high enthalpy conditions*C. Glößner, H. Olivier*

29. Time resolved holographic interferometry for short duration hypersonic high enthalpy test facilities*J. Martinez Schramm, A. Boutry, M. Vital Durand, K. Hannemann*

30. Investigation of electromagnetic wave propagation in plasma by shock tube*N. Y. Zhu, X. F. Li, L. S. Huang, X. L. Yu, Q. S. Yang*

31. Reduction of radiative heating due to a SiC ablation layer*M. Funatsu, H. Shirai*

32. Effect of aerodynamic heating on infrared guided missiles*J. F. Milthorpe, P. J. P. Lynn*

33. Numerical calculation of visible spectral radiation of sphere model in ballistic range*J. Liu, M. Zeng, A. H. Shi, R. L. Zhang, J. L. Le, Z. H. Qu*

34. Effect of gas injection on drag and surface heat transfer rates for a 30° semi-apex angle blunt body flying at Mach 5.75*N. Sahoo, V. Kulkarni, G. Jagadeesh, K. P. J. Reddy*

35. Nozzle start flow investigation in the conditions of high-altitude test*V. V. Volodin, T. V. Bazhenova, V. E. Fortov, V. V. Golub, A. A. Makeich, S. B. Shcherbak*

36. Real gas effects on flows over rearward-facing steps in high enthalpy flows*M. J. Hayne, S. L. Gai, D. J. Mee, R. G. Morgan*

37. Investigation of nonequlibrium radiation and relaxation phenomena in shock tubes*N. Y. Zhu, Q. S. Yang, H. L. Zhang, X. L. Yu, L. S. Huang*

38. An experimental study on aerodynamic characteristics of standard model HB-2 in high enthalpy shock tunnel HIEST*K. Sato, T. Komuro, H. Tanno, S. Ueda, K. Itoh, S. Kuchiishi, S. Watanabe*

39. Measurement of electron density profile behind strong shock waves with a Langmuir probe*S. Wang, J. P. Cui, B. C. Fan, Y. Z. He, R. L. Zhang, L. H. Han, F. M. Yu, J. L. Le*

40. Shock wave shape on power law leading edges*W. F. N. Santos*

**Part III. Experimental Facilities and Diagnostics**

41. Nozzle development for an expansion tunnel*M. P. Scott, P. A. Jacobs, R. G. Morgan*

42. Active diaphragm rupture with laser beam irradiation*T. Takahashi, H. Torikai, Q. S. Yang, K. Watanabe, A. Sasoh*

43. Development of a shock-induced detonation driver*F. K. Lu, D. R. Wilson*

44. Operation of the ISL transonic shock tube in a high subsonic flow regime*F. Seiler, M. Havermann, F. Boller, P. Mangold, K. Takayama*

45. Performance of the detonation driven shock tunnel*W. Zhao, Z. Jiang, T. Saito, J. M. Lin, H. R. Yu, K. Takayama*

46. End-to-end modelling of the HEG shock tunnel*P. A. Jacobs, A. D. Gardner, D. R. Buttsworth, J. Martinez Schramm, S. Karl, K. Hannemann*

47. Ground testing of the HyShot supersonic combustion flight experiment in HEG*A. D. Gardner, K. Hannemann, A. Pauli, J. Steelant*

48. An investigation of shock induced gas mixing in a large cross section shock tube with a laser sheet technique*L. Houas, G. Jourdan*

49. Force measurements on hypersonic waveriders in the IISc hypersonic shock tunnel HST2*K. Nagashetty, S. Saravanan, K. Satheesh, B. R. Srinivasa Rao, G. Jagadeesh, K. P. J. Reddy*

50. Laser-induced-incandescence (LII) for particle sizing behind shock waves*R. Starke, P. Roth*

51. Experimental study and numerical simulation of cellular structures and Mach reflection of gaseous detonation waves*D. Zhang, C. M. Guo*

52. Application of the FM spectroscopic technique to SiH*M. W. Crofton, E. L. Petersen*

53. A new 6-component accelerometer force balance for short duration ground testing facilities*S. Saravanan, G. Jagadeesh, K. P. J. Reddy*

54. Unsteady drag force measurement in shock tube*H. Tanno, T. Komuro, K. Sato, K. Itoh, S. Ueda, K. Takayama, H. Ojima*

55. Measurements of mixing induced at a gas interface by the Richtmyer-Meshkov instability*D. Ranjan, J. Niederhaus, J. Oakley, M. H. Anderson, J. Greenough, R. Bonazza*

56. Experimental investigation on the influence of the starting process of the nozzle of shock tunnel on the operating condition of shock tube*P. Xie, Z. Y. Han*

57. Surface pressure and heat transfer measurements in the unsteady separated hypersonic flow field over double cones*B. Vasudevan, S. P. Srikanth, H. U. Shashidhar, G. Jagadeesh*

58. Application of heat transfer measurement using TLC in gun wind tunnel*X. Chen, Z. X. Bi, Z. S. Wu*

59. Impulse combustion tunnel and its application in experimental research of scramjet*W. He, Y. Tan, X. D. Li, W. X. Liu, J. L. Le*

60. A novel free floating accelerometer force balance system for shock tunnel applications*R. Joarder, D. R. Mahaptra, G. Jagadeesh*

61. Nozzle flow calibration of high enthalpy shock tunnel HIEST*T. Komuro, H. Tanno, K. Sato, S. Ueda, K. Itoh*

**Part IV. Shock Reflection, Refraction and Focussing**

62. Shock wave reflection from a wedge in a dusty gas*O. Igra, G. Hu, J. Falcovitz, B. Y. Wang*

63. Study on the shock interference in a wedged convergent-divergent channel*F. M. Yu, C. Z. Wang*

64. 3D interaction of shock waves in corner flow*Y. P. Goonko, A. N. Kudryavtsev, A. Chpoun*

65. Wave systems around an accelerated disk*B. W. Skews, C. Law*

66. Effects of heat transfer on the propagation of shocks at small scales*M. Brouillette*

67. Experimental study of diverging and converging spherical shock waves and their interaction with product gases*S. H. R. Hosseini, K. Takayama*

68. The wall-jetting effect in Mach reflection: A numerical investigation*G. Ben-Dor, E. I. Vasilev, L. F. Henderson, T. Elperin*

69. Analytical solution of flow field for weak Mach reflection over plane surface*A. Sakurai, F. Takayama*

70. Numerical investigation of toroidal shock waves focusing*H. H. Teng, Z. Jiang, Z. Y. Han, S. H. R. Hosseini, K. Takayama*

71. Study of separated flows over double wedges and cones*T. Hashimoto, K. Takayama*

72. Numerical and experimental study of the Mach 2 pseudo-shock wave in a supersonic duct*L. Q. Sun, H. Sugiyama, K. Mizobata, T. Hiroshima, A. Tojo*

73. Shock reflection and focusing in H*B. L. Wang, W. Rehm*

74. Optimal triple configurations of stationary shocks*G. Tao, V. N. Uskov, M. V. Chernyshov*

75. Effects of the shock tube open-end shape on vortex loops released from it*M. Kainuma, M. Havermann, M. Sun, K. Takayama*

76. Numerical simulation of steady shock and detonation wave configurations in a supersonic chemically reacting flow*A. V. Trotsyuk, A. N. Kudryavtsev, M. S. Ivanov*

77. Hysteresis effect of oblique shock interactions in an axisymmetric steady flow*Y. Burtschell, D. E. Zeitoun*

78. Mach disk destruction by interference of rarefaction and compression waves*A. L. Kotelnikov, T. V. Bazhenova, V. V. Golub, A. S. Chizhikov, M. V. Bragin, S. B. Scherbak*

79. 3-D shock structure in underexpanded supersonic jets from elliptical and rectangular exits*N. Menon, B. W. Skews*

80. Action on the obstacle of a shock wave discharged from a partly closed channel exit*T. V. Bazhenova, V. V. Golub, A. L. Kotelnikov, A. S. Chizhikov*

81. Laser energy deposition in crossing shock interaction*H. Yan, D. Knight, G. Elliott*

82. Numerical investigation on shock passing through a gas particle suspension and diffracting over a wedge in a duct*S. L. Xu, S. Han, P. T. Yue, J. M. Yang, R. D. Archer*

83. Enhancement of shock waves*D. Igra, O. Igra*

84. Shock wave reflections at an wedge in dusty gases*T. Saito, M. Marumoto, K. Takayama*

85. Investigation of imploding shock waves using the hydraulic analogy*C. B. Kiyanda, P. Chaput, A. J. Higgins, J. H. S. Lee*

86. Analysis of behaviors of shock focusing in the inner cavities of double wedge and cone*C. Wang, Z. Y. Han, M. Situ*

**Part V. Chemical Kinetics and Chemical Mechanisms**

87. Silane oxidation behind reflected shock waves*E. L. Petersen, D. M. Kalitan, M. J. A. Rickard, M. W. Crofton*

88. Kinetics of the gas phase reaction of SnO with O

*J. Herzler, M. Kennedy, F. E. Kruis, P. Roth*

89. Heat transfer modelling to catalytic protection systems of space vehicles entering into martian atmosphere*V. Kovalev, N. Afonina, V. Gromov*

90. Shock-tube study of acetaldehyde pyrolysis*Y. Hidaka, S. Kubo, T. Hoshikawa, H. Wakamatsu*

91. Shock tube studies on the high temperature chemical kinetics of allyl radicals: reactions with C*S. J. Isemer, K. Luther*

92. Shock wave kinetics of Fe + NO based on Fe, O, and N atom measurements*A. Giesen, J. Herzler, P. Roth*

93. Thermal decomposition of haloethanols: single pulse shock tube and ab initio studies*B. Rajakumar, K. P. J. Reddy, E. Arunan*

94. Shock-tube studies on the reactions of 2*O. Yamamoto, K. Takahashi, T. Inomata*

95. Modeling iron particle synthesis in a shock wave reactor*A. Kowalik, P. Roth*

96. Reactions of C*T. Koike, H. Ichino, K. Yasunaga, Y. Hidaka*

97. A shock tube method in the kinetic study of nonequilibrium ionization-recombination by rarefaction wave cooling*S. Wang, J. P. Cui, B. C. Fan, Y. Z. He*

98. Shock-tube study of ethanol pyrolysis*Y. Hidaka, H. Wakamatsu, M. Moriyama, T. Koike, K. Yasunaga*

**Part VI. Shock/Boundary Layer and Shock/Votex Interactions**

99. Two-dimensional numerical modelling of overtaking shock-wave/moving-body interactions*C. Law, B. W. Skews*

100. Experimental investigation of shock accelerated spherical gas inhomogeneity*G. Layes, G. Jourdan, L. Houas*

101. Sudden energy release at the vicinity of a vortex*M. L. Wang, M. Li, Y. K. Wu, Y. J. Zhu, J. M. Yang*

102. The flow-field around a small square plate interacting with the vortex flow released from a shock tube*T. Minota*

103. Noise reduction by using smoothed corner at a duct exit*S. M. Liang, H. Chen*

104. Diffraction patterns of a shock wave interacting with strong/weak vortices*S.-M. Chang, K.-S. Chang*

105. Investigation of supersonic/hypersonic shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions (SBLIs)*R. O. Bura, G. T. Roberts, Y. F. Yao, N. D. Sandham*

106. Experimental study of a shock accelerated water layer with imaging and velocity measurement*P. Meekunnasombat, J. G. Oakley, M. H. Anderson, R. Bonazza*

**Part VII. Biological and Medical Applications**

107. Evolution of the design of Venturi devices for the delivery of dry particles to skin or mucosal tissue*G. Costigan, Y. Liu, G. L. Brown, F. V. Carter, B. J. Bellhouse*

108. A novel method to transform prokaryotic cells using shock waves*K. N. Nataraja, M. Udayakumar, G. Jagadeesh*

109. The effects of diaphragm rupture and particle loading in contoured shock tubes for vaccine delivery*N. K. Truong, M. P. Hardy, M. A. F. Kendall*

110. Development of Ho: YAG laser-induced cavitational shock wave generator for endoscopic shock wave exposure*J. Sato, A. Nakagawa, T. Saito, T. Hirano, T. Ohki, H. Uenohara, K. Takayama, T. Tominaga*

**Part VIII. Detonation Phenomena and Pulse Detonation Devices**

111. Head-on collision of a detonation with a planar shock wave*H. D. Ng, N. Nikiforakis, J. H. S. Lee*

112. Numerical simulation on pulse detonation propulsion*C. Wang, Z. Jiang*

113. Temperature and velocity measurements of imploding detonation*T. Tsuboi, K. Babazono, S. Nishizuka, M. Asakura, K. Ishii*

114. The interaction of a detonation with a perforated plate*J. Chao, J. H. S. Lee*

115. Initiation of stabilized detonations by projectiles*P. Hung, J. E. Shepherd*

116. Effect of reaction order on stability of planar detonation waves*Z. Liang, L. Bauwens*

117. Numerical and experimental study on the effect of obstacles on DDT process*A. K. Hayashi, H. Shimada, K. Eto, J. Misawa, S. Shiokawa, H. Sato, N. Tsuboi, J. H. S. Lee*

118. Pulse detonation in a chamber with divergent nozzle*H. H. Li, Y. J. Zhu, J. M. Yang, M. Sun, X. S. Luo*

119. Aluminium dust-air detonation at elevated pressures*F. Zhang, S. B. Murray, K. B. Gerrard*

120. Influence of diaphragm properties on shock wave transmission*S. B. Murray, F. Zhang, K. B. Gerrard, P. Guillo, R. C. Ripley*

121. Jet-initiated hydrogen detonation phenomena*S. P. Medvedev, S. V. Khomik, H. Olivier, A. N. Polenov, A. M. Bartenev, B. E. Gelfand*

122. The effect of chain initiation reaction on the stability of gaseous detonations*K. Mazaheri, S. A. Hashemi*

123. Numerical studies of pre-detonator ignition of pulse detonation engine*J. P. Wang, Y. F. Liu, T. W. Li*

124. Experimental study of a pulse detonation rocket with Shchelkin spiral*F. K. Lu, J. M. Meyers, D. R. Wilson*

125. Transition between detonation and deflagration in a tube with a cavity*Z. M. Hu, C. L. Liu, D. L. Zhang, Z. Jiang*

126. Investigation on detonation in 2H

*S. L. Xu, K. Takayama, M. Y. Sun*

127. Eigenvalue detonation of nitromethane and its failure*Y. M. Li, D. L. Frost*

128. Experimental investigation on gaseous detonation propagation through a heart-shape tube*C. J. Wang, S. L. Xu, Y. J. Zhang*

129. Detonation modelling of high explosive cylinders*J. P. Lu, J. G. Anderson, F. C. Christo*

130. Experimental study on liquid-fueled pulse detonation engine*Q. H. Mu, C. Wang, W. Zhao, Z. Jiang*

131. Detonation loading of tubes in the modified shear wave speed regime*T. Chao, J. E. Shepherd*

132. Direct initiation of detonation with ignition tube*H. Chen, X. Y. Zhang, H. R. Yu*

133. New applications of soot track record in investigation of gaseous detonation diffraction*C. M. Guo, D. L. Zhang, S. L. Xu*

**Part IX. Supersonic Combustion and Scramjets**

134. Performance measurements in a shock tunnel of a fuelled scramjet vehicle generating lift, thrust and pitching moment*M. J. Robinson, D. J. Mee*

135. Experimental studies on model scramjet in a Mach 6 high enthalpy free-jet wind tunnel*X. Y. Chang, L. H. Chen, H. B. Gu, G. Yu*

136. Massively parallel computation of three-dimensional scramjet combustor*Z. H. Zheng, J. L. Le*

137. Reducing skin friction by boundary layer combustion on a generic scramjet model*M. Trenker, D. J. Mee, R. J. Stalker*

138. Numerical study on ignition of supersonic combustion fueled by partly catalyzed kerosene*S. L. Xu, S. H. Huang, X. Y. Liu, J. M. Dong, X. Z. Liu*

139.

*Y. Burtschell, D. E. Zeitoun*

140. Observation of mixing and combustion processes of H*T. Sunami, F. Scheel*

141. Numerical study on kerosene spray in supersonic flow*L. J. Yue, G. Yu*

142. Study on the high speed scramjet characteristics at Mach 10 to 15 flight condition*M. Takahashi, K. Itoh, H. Tanno, T. Komuro, T. Sunami, K. Sato, S. Ueda*

143. Numerical investigation on the mixing and combustion in supersonic ejecting flow of RBCC*S. H. Huang, G. Q. He, H. Q. He, S. L. Xu*

144. Time requirements for scramjet performance study with fuel of kerosene*J. L. Le, W. X. Liu, Y. Tan, W. He*

145. Time series evaluation of 2-D air and hydrogen supersonic mixing layer by using catalytic reaction*F. Sakima, T. Arai, J. Kasahara, F. He, M. Murakoshi*

146. An experimental study of supersonic combustion with incoming high temperature pure air stream obtained by shock tunnel*A. N. Hakim, S. Aso, S. Miyamoto, K. Toshimitsu*

147. Gas sampling/analysis of the high enthalpy supersonic flow*L. H. Chen, B. K. Zheng, X. Y. Chang*

**Part X. Blast Waves and Explosions**

148. Blast Waves and Explosions Sound generation by explosive decompression of an airplane*J. E. Shepherd, H. G. Hornung*

149. Impulse characteristics of laser-induced blast wave in monoatomic gases*X. L. Yu, T. Ohtani, A. Sasoh, S. Kim, N. Urabe, I.-S. Jeung*

150. Blast field of microexplosives at atmospheric and reduced pressures*E. Martel, M. Brouillette*

151. Blast wave attenuation by lightly destructable granular materials*V. V. Golub, F. K. Lu, S. A. Medin, O. A. Mirova, A. N. Parshikov, V. A. Petukhov, V. V. Volodin*

152. Study on numerical simulation of gas explosion in confined volume*C. Wang, J. Lu, J. G. Ning*

153. Unsteady drag force measurements over bodies with various configurations in a vertical shock tube*K. Tamai, T. Ogawa, H. Ojima, J. Falcovitz, K. Takayama*

154. Planar shock-cylindrical blast wave interaction*M. Li, X. L. Yang, Y. J. Zhu, J. M. Yang, M. Sun, K. Takayama*

155. Numerical investigations of volcanic eruption and prodution of hazard maps*H. Yamashita, T. Saito, K. Takayama*

156. Reflection of blast waves from straight surfaces*H. Kleine, E. Timofeev, K. Takayama*

157. The effect of ground and wall on the impulse wave discharged from an open end of a duct*Y. H. Kweon, T. Aoki, Y. Miyazato, H. D. Kim, T. Setoguchi*

**Part XI. Shocks in Solids and Multi-Phase Flows**

158. Shock tube problem with phase transition: numerical analysis and experiments*X. Luo, D. G. Labetski, V. Holten, M. E. H. Dongen*

159. Shock wave phenomena in underwater laser peening*K. Watanabe, H. Torikai, Q. S. Yang, A. Sasoh, Y. Sano, N. Mukai*

160. An experimental and theoretical study of shock-induced surface waves in porous boreholes*G. Chao, D. M. J. Smeulders, M. E. H. Dongen*

161. Two-dimensional effects of the head on interaction between planar shock wave with low density foam*G. Malamud, D. Levi-Hevroni, A. Levy*

162. Shock waves in complex (dusty) plasmas*D. Samsonov, S. Zhdanov, G. Morfill*

163. Condensation coefficient of methanol vapor near vapor-liquid equilibrium states*S. Fujikawa, T. Yano, M. Ichijo, K. Iwanami*

164. Possible meteoritic impact structures in China*Y. Miura, A. Koga, A. Nakamura, X. Hu, J. B. Li, Z. Jiang, K. Takayama*

165. Study on the effect of Mach number and initial amplitudes on the evolution of a single-mode shock-induced hydro-dynamic instability*O. Sadot, A. Rikanati, D. Oron, G. Ben-Dor, D. Shvarts*

166. Influence of an axial flow on the near-field of axisymmetric dissemination of liquid*L. Yang, Z. Y. Han, P. Xie*

167. Shock wave propagation and bubble collapse in liquids containing gas bubbles*H. Sugiyama, K. Ohtani, K. Mizobata, H. Ogasawara*

168. Shock-induced dust cloud over a deposit layer of fine particles*B. Y. Wang, Y. Xiong, Q. Chen, A. N. Osiptsov*

169. Impact behavior of two-dimensional particulate aggregation containing dissimilar material layer*M. Nishida, K. Tanaka, A. Ito, Z. Lu*

170. An optical investigation of shock waves in various liquids*W. Garen, M. Müller, S. Koch, L. Popelka, W. Neu*

**Part XII. Numerical Simulations of Shock Waves**

171. Development of the hybrid numerical simulation to clarify shock viscosity effects in a plastic shock wave front*A. Abe*

172. Computation of turbulent separated nozzle flows*Q. Xiao, H. M. Tsai*

173. Simulation of strong shock-interface interaction*T. G. Liu, K. C. Hung, B. C. Khoo*

174. A robust and simple upwind scheme: a way to resolve contact discontinuities and suppress the carbuncle instability*M. Sun, K. Takayama*

175. Recent development of a coupled CFD/CSD methodology using an embedded approach*J. D. Baum, E. L. Mestreau, H. Luo, R. Löhner, D. Pelessone, C. Charman*

176. Numerical simulations of 3-dimensional laminar hypesonic blunt fin interactions*S. J. Vithana, O. R. Tutty, G. T. Roberts*

177. Prediction of jet flows from the axisymmetric supersonic nozzle*Y. Liu, M. A. F. Kendall, G. Costigan, B. J. Bellhouse*

178. An ALE method for compressible multi-material flows on unstructured grids*H. Luo, J. D. Baum, R. Löhner*

179. Blast type shock wave phenomena simulated using regularized smoothed particle hydrodynamics*M. Omang, S. Børve, J. Trulsen*

180. Aerodynamic characteristics of high Mach, low Reynolds numbers flow past micro spheres*M.-S. Liou, K. Takayama*

181. Starting nozzle flow simulation using K-G two-equation turbulence model*G. W. Yang, Z. M. Hu, Z. Jiang*

182. Perturbational finite volume scheme for the one-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations*Y. Q. Shen, Z. Gao, G. W. Yang*

183. Numerical study of reactive flow in an over-expanded nozzle: influence of wall temperature and altitude*L. Meister, Y. Burtschell, D. E. Zeitoun*

184. Ab initio molecular dynamics simulations of nitromethane under shock initiation conditions*S. A. Decker, D. Chau, T. K. Woo, F. Zhang*

185. Molecular dynamics studies of shock wave propagation in argon by using higher order symplectic integrators*Y. Kohno, T. Yashima, O. Takahashi, K. Saito, T. Saito, K. Takayama*

186. Numerical studies on shock cell interaction*X. Y. Hu, B. C. Khoo*

187. Shock/bubble interaction near a rigid boundary in shock wave lithotripsy*A. R. Jamaluddin, G. J. Ball, T. G. Leighton*

188. Moment solution of comprehensive kinetic model for plane shock wave problem*R. Nagai, K. Maeno, H. Honma, A. Sakurai*

189. Numerical simulations of forward detonation drivers for high-enthalpy shock tunnel*C. L. Liu, Z. M. Hu, D. L. Zhang, Z. Jiang*

**Part XIII. Various Industrial Applications**

190. Shock wave assisted removal of micron size dust particles from silicon wafer surfaces*G. Jagadeesh, M. Mizunaga, K. Shibasaki, S. Shibasaki, T. Saito, K. Takayama*

191. A new shock wave assisted sandalwood oil extraction technique*A. N. Arunkumar, Y. B. Srinivasa, G. Ravikumar, K. H. Shankaranarayana, K. S. Rao, G. Jagadeesh*

192. Synthesis of high temperature materials for aerospace applications using a shock tube*V. Jayaram, M. S. Hegde, K. P. J. Reddy*

193. Attenuation of shock wave by porous materials*K. Kitagawa, M. Yokoyama, M. Yasuhara*

194. Experimental study of pressure wave refrigerator performance*W. Zhao, T. Saito, P. Voinovich, K. Shibasaki, S. Shibasaki, H. Ojima, K. Takayama*

195. A new shock wave assisted wood preservative injection system*K. S. Rao, G. Ravikumar, Ram Lai, G. Jagadeesh*

**Part XIV. Others**

196. Atomization experiment of pulsed supersonic liquid jets*H.-H. Shi, H. Sato, M. Itoh*

197. Effect of secondary swirl flow on the supersonic and coaxial free jet*K. H. Lee, T. Setoguchi, S. Matsuo, H. D. Kim, S. Yu*

198. Experimental application of pulsed Ho:YAG laser-induced liquid jet for neuroendoscopic hematoma removal*T. Ohki, A. Nakagawa, J. Sato, H. Jokura, T. Hirano, Y. Sato, H. Uenohara, M. Sun, T. Tominaga, K. Takayama*

199. Attenuation and penetration of pulsed supersonic liquid jets—An experimental study*K. Pianthong, K. Takayama, B. E. Milton, M. Behnia*

200. Prediction of the driving conditions for hypersonic liquid fuel jets*B. E. Milton, K. Pianthong*

201. Presence of shock wave like structures in pedestrian motion*S. G. Rakesh, P. K. Barhai, A. Sasoh, G. Jagadeesh*

202. Study of a hypervelocity underwater projectile*S. Yamashita, K. Togami, T. Saeki, M. Kobayashi, S. Oshiba, K. Takayama*

203. Experimental investigation on supersonic jet noise from convergent-divergent nozzles*Y. Miyazato, T. Aoki, N. Kondoh, M. Masuda, Y. H. Kweon, H. D. Kim, T. Setoguchi, K. Matsuo*

**Part XV. Supplement for ISSW23**

204. Curved shock wave interaction with a spiral vortex*B. Skews*

**Nyckelord:** Physics, Classical Continuum Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Engineering Fluid Dynamics, Mechanical Engineering

- Författare
- Jiang, Z.
- Utgivare
- Springer
- Utgivningsår
- 2005
- Språk
- en
- Utgåva
- 1
- Sidantal
- 1354 sidor
- Kategori
- Naturvetenskaper
- Format
- E-bok
- eISBN (PDF)
- 9783540270096