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- A contribution to the great Riemann solver debate
- A study of fundamental shock noise mechanisms
- A study of the influence of shock waves on the stability of rock-bolt anchorage
- Admissible solutions of hyperbolic conservation laws
- Alfvén wave transport effects in the time evolution of a parallel cosmic-ray modified shocks
- An experimental study of the sources of fluctuating pressure loads beneath swept shock/boundary-layer interactions
- Analysis of effects of surface roughness and local surface imperfections on measured pressure
- Calibration of HYPULSE for hypervelocity air flows corresponding to flight mach numbers 13.4, 15, and 17
- Calibration of a shock wave position sensor using artificial neural networks
- Characterization and MEMS applications of nanothermite materials
- Chemical reactions in shock waves
- Computation of thermally perfect properties of oblique shock waves : under contract NAS1-19000
- Determination of sun angles for observations of shock waves on a transport aircraft : David F. Fisher ... [et al.]
- Documentation of two- and three-dimensional shock-wave/turbulentboundary-layer interaction flows at Mach 8.2
- Effects of shocks on emission from central engines of active galactic nuclei. I
- Elements of gasdynamics and the classical theory of shock waves
- Experimental investigation of crossing shock wave-turbulent boundary layer-bleed interaction
- Experimental studies of hypersonic shock-wave boundary-layer interactions
- Explosions in air
- Final report to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration concerning the Astrophysical Data Program entitled : The chromosphere/shock dilemma of non-Mira, late-type variable stars : NASA grant number NAG 5-2830 : report covering the period, 12/15/94-12/14/96
- Flow separation in shock wave boundary layer interactions at hypersonic speeds
- Gas gun experiments to determine shock wave behavior in snow : methods and data
- Gray gas analysis of radiative preheating effects on shock induced combustion
- Grid adaptation using chimera composite overlapping meshes
- Gulf War and health : long-term effects of blast exposures
- High order large eddy simulation for shock-boundary layer interaction control by a mcro-ramp vortex generator
- Hyperbolic systems of conservation laws and the mathematical theory of shock waves
- Ignition of mixtures of SiH4, CH4, O2, and Ar or N2 behind reflected shock waves
- Implications of pressure diffusion for shock waves : progress report ... 8/1/88 - 1/31/89
- Interaction of two glancing, crossing shock waves with a turbulent boundary-layer at various Mach numbers
- Intersecting shock-wave/turbulent boundary-layer interactions at Mach 8.3
- Investigation of adaptive control approaches to mitigate shock impact with piezoceramics (armor)
- Justification of the Courant-Friedrichs conjecture for the problem about flow around a wedge
- Justification of the Courant-Friedrichs conjecture for the problem about flow around a wedge
- Large time behavior of solutions for general quasilinear hyperbolic-parabolic systems of conservation laws
- MHD shocks in coronal mass ejections : final report for NASA contract NAS5-30930
- Magnetohydrodynamic shock waves
- Non-ideal gas effects on shock waves in weakly ionized gases
- Nonequilibrium radiation and chemistry models for aerocapture vehicle flowfields
- Nonlinear stability of shock waves for viscous conservation laws
- Numerical methods for conservation laws
- Oblique MHD cosmic-ray modified shocks : two-fluid numerical simulations
- On the interactions between the shock wave attached to a wedge and freestream disturbances
- Optical techniques for determination of normal shock position in supersonic flows for aerospace applications
- Physics of heat exchange and gas dynamics
- Physics of shock waves in gases and plasmas
- Semi-implicit and fully implicit shock-capturing methods for hyperbolic conservation laws with stiff source terms
- Shock tunnel studies for scramjet phenomena, supplement 6
- Shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction in the flow field of a tridimensional wind tunnel
- Shock waves and detonations in gases
- Shock waves and reaction-diffusion equations
- Shock waves in collisionless plasmas
- Shock-wave solutions of the Einstein equations with perfect fluid sources : existence and consistency by a locally inertial Glimm scheme
- Statistical analysis of a large sample size pyroshock test data set
- Studies of shock wave interactions with homogeneous and isotropic turbulence
- Supersonic shock wave/vortex interaction
- The design and construction of a shock tube facility
- The effect of area variation on wave rotor elements
- The existence of multi-dimensional shock fronts
- The stability of multi-dimensional shock fronts
- The structure of shock waves in magnetohydrodynamics
- Theoretical models of shock wave excitation for Herbig-Haro objects
- Time dependent simulation of cosmic-ray shocks including Alfvén transport
- Topics in the analysis of shear-wave propagation in oblique-plate impact tests

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