An analytical solution is found for the nonlinear hydrodynamic problem describing the reaction of the cooling liquid which partially absorbs radiation from a flash tube, in the case of a single flash of the latter. A method of reducing the pressure in the liquid, in order to increase the limiting load of the flash tube, is described.
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Tribel'skii, M.I. Interaction of the radiation from a flash tube with the cooling liquid. Journal of Engineering Physics 28, 182–186 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00865837
- Statistical Physic
- Cool Liquid
- Hydrodynamic Problem
- Single Flash