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Shock waves
 In Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians
, 2002
"... Shock wave theory was first studied for gas dynamics, for which shocks appear as compression waves. A shock wave is characterized as a sharp transition, even discontinuity in the flow. In fact, shocks appear in many different physical situation and represent strong nonlinearity of the physical proce ..."
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Shock wave theory was first studied for gas dynamics, for which shocks appear as compression waves. A shock wave is characterized as a sharp transition, even discontinuity in the flow. In fact, shocks appear in many different physical situation and represent strong nonlinearity of the physical
Shock waves
, 1986
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Shock Waves in Real Gases
"... After a brief introduction concerning shock waves and Riemann problem the talk is addressed in non classical shock waves in comparison with shock waves in ideal gas. The nonclassical shock waves are, for example, a rarefaction shock wave (a negative shock wave), a liquefaction shock wave (or more ..."
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After a brief introduction concerning shock waves and Riemann problem the talk is addressed in non classical shock waves in comparison with shock waves in ideal gas. The nonclassical shock waves are, for example, a rarefaction shock wave (a negative shock wave), a liquefaction shock wave (or more
MHD characteristics and shock waves
 in Plasma Physics in Theory and Application, edited by
, 1966
"... A review of the theory of MHD characteristics and shock waves is presented. Primary emphasis is placed on a physical discussion of the three characteristic modes and the jump conditions for the two types of shock waves which can exist. Brief discussions of shock structure, applications of the theor ..."
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A review of the theory of MHD characteristics and shock waves is presented. Primary emphasis is placed on a physical discussion of the three characteristic modes and the jump conditions for the two types of shock waves which can exist. Brief discussions of shock structure, applications
SHOCK WAVES IN GAS DYNAMICS
, 2007
"... Shock wave theory was studied in literature by many authors. This article presents a survey with references about various topics related to shock waves: Hyperbolic conservation laws, Wellposedness theory, Compactness theory, Shock and reactiondi¤usion wave, The CJ and ZND theory, Existence of det ..."
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Shock wave theory was studied in literature by many authors. This article presents a survey with references about various topics related to shock waves: Hyperbolic conservation laws, Wellposedness theory, Compactness theory, Shock and reactiondi¤usion wave, The CJ and ZND theory, Existence
Gravitational Shock Waves for Schwarzschild
, 1994
"... The metrics of gravitational shock waves for a Schwarzschild black hole in ordinary coordinates and for a Kerr black hole in BoyerLindquist coordinates are derived. The Kerr metric is discussed for two cases: the case of a Kerr black hole moving parallel to the rotational axis, and moving perpendic ..."
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The metrics of gravitational shock waves for a Schwarzschild black hole in ordinary coordinates and for a Kerr black hole in BoyerLindquist coordinates are derived. The Kerr metric is discussed for two cases: the case of a Kerr black hole moving parallel to the rotational axis, and moving
Shock waves in quasicrystals
, 1999
"... Shock waves represent a heavy load on materials. In solids they create a variety of defects like shear bands or crystal domains. Waves of large amplitude may destroy the structural order completely. We study shock waves in an AlCuLitype model quasicrystal, in a closely related crystal structure, ..."
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Shock waves represent a heavy load on materials. In solids they create a variety of defects like shear bands or crystal domains. Waves of large amplitude may destroy the structural order completely. We study shock waves in an AlCuLitype model quasicrystal, in a closely related crystal structure
Cosmology with a ShockWave
 COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
, 2000
"... We construct the simplest solution of the Einstein equations that incorporates a shockwave into a standard Friedmann–Robertson–Walker metric whose equation of state accounts for the Hubble constant and the microwave background radiation temperature. This produces a new solution of the Einstein equ ..."
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We construct the simplest solution of the Einstein equations that incorporates a shockwave into a standard Friedmann–Robertson–Walker metric whose equation of state accounts for the Hubble constant and the microwave background radiation temperature. This produces a new solution of the Einstein
Shock wave therapy
"... Introduction: Relevant data of randomizedcontrolled studies on shock wave treatment for chronic plantar fasciopathy are statistically and clinically heterogeneous. Methods: Randomized trials were identified form a current search of the Cochrane Bone, Joint and Muscle Trauma Group specialized regist ..."
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Introduction: Relevant data of randomizedcontrolled studies on shock wave treatment for chronic plantar fasciopathy are statistically and clinically heterogeneous. Methods: Randomized trials were identified form a current search of the Cochrane Bone, Joint and Muscle Trauma Group specialized
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