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2015 (Vol. 9, Issue: 1)
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Definition of the Existence Region of the Solution of the Problem of an Arbitrary Gas-dynamic Discontinuity Breakdown at Interaction of Flat Supersonic Jets with Formation of Two Outgoing Compression Shocks

Pavel Viktorovich Bulat and Mikhail Pavlovich Bulat
Corresponding Author:  Pavel Viktorovich Bulat 

Key words:  Computational gas dynamics, contact discontinuity, discontinuity breakdown scheme, Riemann wave, shock-wave, ,
Vol. 9 , (1): 65-70
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October ‎12, 2014 November ‎3, ‎2014 January 05, 2015
Abstract:

We have considered the modern theory of breakdown of an arbitrary gas-dynamic discontinuity for the space-time dimension equal to two. The regions of solutions existence for a one-dimensional non-stationary case and a two-dimensional stationary case have been compared. The Riemann problem of breakdown of an arbitrary discontinuity of parameters of two flat flows angle collision is considered. The problem is solved in accurate setting. The problem parameter areas where outgoing waves appear as two jumps are specified. Two depression waves solution are not covered. The special Mach numbers of interacting flows dividing the parameter plane into areas with different outgoing discontinuities are given.
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Pavel Viktorovich Bulat and Mikhail Pavlovich Bulat, 2015. Definition of the Existence Region of the Solution of the Problem of an Arbitrary Gas-dynamic Discontinuity Breakdown at Interaction of Flat Supersonic Jets with Formation of Two Outgoing Compression Shocks.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 9(1): 65-70.
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