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Shock waves
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- A petrographic history of Martian meteorite ALH84001 : two shocks and an ancient age
- A theory of DDT in unconfined flames
- Accretion shock geometries in the magnetic variables
- An investigation of the causes of failure of flexible thermal protection materials in an aerodynamic environment
- Analytical MHD theory for Earth's bow shock at low Mach numbers
- Broadband shock noise in internally-mixed dual-stream jets
- Comparison of several dissipation algorithms for central difference schemes
- Criteria of interplanetary parameters causing intense magnetic storms (Dst < -100 nT)
- Direct visualization of shock waves in supersonic space shuttle flight
- Exhaust nozzle plume effects on sonic boom test results for isolated nozzles
- Experimental investigation of crossing shock wave-turbulent boundary layer-bleed interaction
- Experimental investigation of crossing shock wave-turbulent boundary layer-bleed interaction
- Experimental investigation of unsteady shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions about a blunt fin
- Final report for NASA grant NAG 5-844
- Final report on Venus data analysis program grant number NAGW-3497, "Plasma waves in the magnetosheath of Venus"
- Finite-volume application of high order eno schemes to two-dimensional boundary-value problems
- GEOTAIL MCA plasma wave investigation data analysis : annual progress report for grant NAG 5-2346 ... covering the reporting period: August 15, 1995 to August 14, 1996
- Grain shattering in shocks : the interstellar grain size distribution
- Ignition of mixtures of SiH4, CH4, O2, and Ar or N2 behind reflected shock waves
- Impingement of boundary-reflected disturbances originating at the nose of a body of revolution in the Langley Research Center 16-foot transonic tunnel
- Impingement of boundary-reflected disturbances originating at the nose of a body of revolution in the Langley Research Center 16-foot transonic tunnel
- Interaction of minor ions with fast and slow shocks : final report
- Investigation to optimize the passive shock wave/boundary layer control for supercritical airfoil drag reduction : semi-annual report for the period March 16, 1983 to September 14, 1983
- Jet noise reduction by microjets : a parametric study
- Laser light scattering by shock waves
- Lateral shock of the R Aquarii jet
- Measured sonic boom signatures above and below the XB-70 airplane flying at Mach 1.5 and 37,000 feet
- Multiple-cycle simulation of a pulse detonation engine ejector
- Non-ideal gas effects on shock waves in weakly ionized gases
- Nonlinear stability of supersonic jets : final report
- Numerical study of interaction of a vortical density inhomogeneity with shock and expansion waves
- Objective lightning probability forecasting for Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, phase IV
- Optical elements formed by compressed gases : analysis and potential applications
- Optical techniques for determination of normal shock position in supersonic flows for aerospace applications
- Performance of low dissipative high order shock-capturing schemes for shock-turbulence interactions
- Physics of boundaries and their interactions in space plasmas : final contractor report #19, 5/01/98-5/31/98
- Potential flow downstream of the heliospheric terminal shock : a non-spherical shock
- Progress in multi-dimensional upwind differencing
- Protostellar collapse with a shock
- Relaxation from steady states far from equilibrium and the persistence of anomalous shock behavior in weakly ionized gases
- Scanning mode sensor for detection of flow inhomogeneities
- Shock wave interaction with an abrupt area change
- Simulation of glancing shock wave and boundary layer interaction
- Some notes on shock resolving flux functions, Part 1, Stationary characteristics
- Some notes on shock resolving flux functions, Part 1, Stationary characteristics
- Status of turbulence modeling for hypersonic propulsion flowpaths
- Summary of work on shock wave feature extraction in 3-D datasets
- The distance to the heliospheric VLF emission region
- The effect of area variation on wave rotor elements
- The effect of three-dimensional freestream disturbances on the supersonic flow past a wedge : NASA contract no. NAS1-19480
- The space-time conservation element and solution element method--a new high-resolution and genuinely multidimensional paradigm for solving conservation laws, I, The two dimensional time marching schemes
- The space-time conservation element and solution element method--a new high-resolution and genuinely multidimensional paradigm for solving conservation laws, II, Numerical simulation of shock waves and contact discontinuities
- Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes simulations with two-equation turbulence models of intersecting shock-waves/turbulent boundary layer at Mach 8.3
- Towards an MHD theory for the standoff distance of earth's bow shock
- Two-dimensional wind tunnel
- Unified application of vapor screen flow visualization and pressure sensitive paint measurement techniques to vortex- and shock wave-dominated flow fields
- Use of pressure sensitive paint for diagnostics in turbomachinery flows with shocks
- Wave combustors for trans-atmospheric vehicles

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