Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf

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Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download

Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download. Shock waves in multi-phase media refer to a rich variety of phenomena of interest to physicists, chemists, mechanical engineers, fluid dynamicists and aeronautical engineers. Today, new applications in biomedical engineering are being explored. For the description of shocks in multi-phase media, elements from thermodynamics and thermal physics, mechanics and fluid mechanics have to be combined with elements from applied mathematics.

Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download

To study shocks in multi-phase media use of dedicated and sophisticated experimental facilities is required while these experimental studies provide new insights into the state of matter, ranging from micro-bubbles in distilled water to yield stresses and plastic deformation in porous materials. This book contains chapters on shocks and expansion waves in complex liquids with bubble clouds and single bubbles, shock waves in superfluid helium, shock waves related to phase transition and shocks interacting with solid foams, textiles and porous and granular materials.

Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download

Different authors will focus on biomedical applications. Some of these are widely used in medical practice, such as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), applied successfully to the non-invasive disintegration of kidney stones. The book opens with a section on shock waves in bubbly liquids (van Wijngaarden). The reader will be directly confronted with the peculiar wave properties of such a bubbly liquid, its different wave speeds and its strong dispersion. It will be shown that shocks in bubbly liquids are formed as a result of a competition of non-linear steepening effects and of dispersion, so that such shocks are essentially different from single phase shocks.

Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download

The structure of these shocks in bubbly liquids will be addressed in physical and mathematical detail. Free bubbles, subjected to shock wave loading, start to collapse, thereby loosing their symmetry (Tomita). Liquid microjets are formed with speeds of hundreds of meters per second, colliding on the bubble wall and giving rise to high values of pressures and tensile stresses. When such a bubble collapses
near a solid wall, the microjet may cause cracks or pits, depending on geometry, wave amplitude and wave form. Collapsing bubbles may also generate secondary shocks, interfering with other bubbles attached to a solid wall and thereby causing wall damage.

Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download

Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library Vol 1 by Marinus van Dongen pdf free download

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