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By Y. Kuramoto

Классическая монография известного японского физика-теоретика профессора Иошики Курамото (Yoshiki Kuramoto) по теории колебаний и волн в распределённых средах. Имеено на эту книгу обычно ссылаются, когда упоминают "модели Курамото" или "осцилляторы Курамото", одна из первых (если не первая) книг, активно использующих понятие нелинейного фазового осциллятора.

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Под редакцией профессора Германа Хакена (Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Hermann Haken)

Оглавление:

1. Introduction
Part I: Methods
2. Reductive perturbation method
3. approach to part description I
4. approach to part description II
Part II: Applications
5. Mutual Entrainment
6. Chemical Waves
7. Chemical Turbulence
Appendix
References
Subject Index

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Any compression of the air caused by expansion is quickly overcome by the radiation front traveling at a few percent of the speed of light. This radiative growth phase continues to a time of nearly 200 ms when the fireball is about 10 m in radius and has “cooled” to less than 150,000 K and a pressure of 3,000 bars. At this point, the formation of a hydrodynamic shock begins and continues to be driven by radiative growth. During this phase, the air is compressed by the expansion into a blast wave.

The velocity decay behind the shock remains smooth, continuous and positive; reaching a value of zero at the center. 10 shows that the overpressure remains above ambient throughout the interior of the shock bubble, so no positive duration is yet defined. 11 shows the density falling below ambient about 23 m behind the shock front. The shock is now well separated from the edge of the fireball which now extends to a radius of 75 m. 12 remains positive from the shock front through the edge of the fireball.

4 440 480 44 5 Ideal High Explosive Detonation Waves zero. Because this region has not changed, the density and pressure have the same values that they had at the time the detonation was completed. ; however, this peak occurs some 40 cm behind the shock front. All of the air between the original 140 cm charge radius and the current shock front position has been compressed into a spherical shell about 12 cm thick. The air continues to be compressed and accelerated by the expanding detonation products.

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