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Wallace Dean Hayes
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Gasdynamic Discontinuities Wallace Dean Hayes. Part of the Princeton Aeronautical Paperback series designed to bring to students and research engineers outstanding portions of the twelve-volume High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series. These books have been prepared by Read More View Book Add to Cart. Numerical algorithms for the location of singularities in multidimensional CFD calculations are developed analytically and demonstrated. Chapters are devoted to the theory of difference schemes for gas dynamics problems and differential analyzers for shock waves in one-dimensional gas flows, shock waves in two-dimensional gasdynamic computations, and contact discontinuities in one-dimensional.
Discontinuity definition, lack of continuity; irregularity: The plot of the book was marred by discontinuity. See more. On problems involving gas flows associated with gasdynamic discontinuities given by eqn (4) while n~ = 1, l, = 0, on the plane of E/RT~ vs MI for various values of energy release Q/cpT~ with 3J = On the left side of any given curve the flow is unstable as a result of a possible spontaneous change in the velocity of the combustion by: 2.
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Early treatments of flames as gasdynamic discontinuities in a fluid flow are based on several hypotheses and/or on phenomenological assumptions. The simplest and earliest of such analyses, by Landau and by Darrieus prescribed the flame speed to be constant.
Thus, in their analysis they ignored the structure of the flame, i.e. the details of Cited by: The book description for "Gasdynamic Discontinuities" is currently unavailable.
The book description for "Gasdynamic Discontinuities" is currently unavailable. eISBN: A gasdynamic discontinuity is a surface in a fluid field across which various properties of the fluid appear from a macroscopic point of view to change.
Abstract. The most significant feature of flow fields generated by explosions is the existence of gasdynamic discontinuities. In the analysis they appear in the form of shocks waves, detonations and deflagrations, as well as some simple waves, especially rarefactions, that is continuous flow regions whose extent in the physical time-space domain is small enough, in comparison to the whole flow.
Matalon, M., & Matkowsky, B. FLAMES AS GASDYNAMIC DISCONTINUITIES AND APPLICATIONS TO THE STABILITY OF PLANE FLAMES. In Proceedings of the U.S. National Congress of Applied Mechanics : M. Matalon, Bernard J Matkowsky. Wallace D. Hayes (b. September 4, – d. March 2, ) was a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University and one of the world's leading theoretical aerodynamicists, whose numerous and fundamental contributions to the theories of supersonic and hypersonic flow and wave motion strongly influenced the design of aircraft at supersonic speeds and missiles at.
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Stability of planar flames as gasdynamic discontinuities - Volume - ANDREAS G. CLASS, B. MATKOWSKY, A. KLIMENKOCited by: Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics (Princeton Legacy Library) by Howard W.
Emmons (Author) ISBN Cited by: title = "A unified model of flames as gasdynamic discontinuities", abstract = "Viewed on a hydrodynamic scale, flames in experiments are often thin so that they may be described as gasdynamic discontinuities separating the dense cold fresh mixture from the light hot burned by: Buy Gasdynamic Discontinuities (Princeton Legacy Library) by Hayes, Wallace Dean (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Volume II of the High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series. The series which stress the more fundamental aspects of the various phenomena that make up the broad field of aeronautical science. The aerodynamicist and gas dynamicist will find both the Pages: Bernard J.
Matkowsky (born 19 August ) is an American applied mathematician. Matkowsky received a B.S. from City College of New York inan M.E.E. from N.Y.U.
inan M.S. in and a Ph.D. in from N.Y.U. (Courant Institute).His advisor was Joseph B. Keller and his thesis was entitled "Asymptotic Solution of Partial Differential Equations in Thin Domains".
Models of flames as gasdynamic discontinuities exist, some merely postulated and others derived from the more general equations governing the reactive fluid dynamics. However, none is capable of. The contributions of Wally to hypersonic flow theory can be traced to a series of about five basic papers, beginning with the now classic pioneering note “On Hypersonic Similitude” 1 (published in ) and peaking with the books (written with this author) Hypersonic Flow Theory 2 (published in ) and Hypersonic Flow Theory, Second Edition: Volume I: Inviscid Flows 3 (published in ).
The nature of weak gasdynamic discontinuities has been studied by considering the interaction between the time dependent gasdynamic and the radiation fields. The effects of radiative transfer have been investigated using a quasi-equilibrium and quasi-isotropic hypothesis of a differential approximation which is valid over the entire optical Cited by: 2.
In a period of active scientific innovation and technological change, Charles Augustin Coulomb () made major contributions to the development of physics in the areas of torsion and electricity and magnetism; as one of the great engineering theorists, he produced fundamental studies in strength of materials, soil mechanics, structural design, and : The relationship between the physical nature of gas-dynamic discontinuities and the appearance of singularities in solutions of the Euler equations for an ideal gas is shown.
Burgers equation, which allows to simulate the shock waves is discussed. The article can serve as a brief introduction to the theory of gasdynamic by: 1.