Numerical Simulation of Condensation Waves in Gases
The appearance of condensation waves in high speed flow of gases is investigated by numerical simulation. Some possibilities of application in experimental aerodynamics, in gas and isotope separation and in detectors of elementary particles are discussed.
KeywordsIsotope Separation High Speed Flow Supersonic Nozzle Cloud Chamber Sonic Nozzle
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