Genesis and Sustenance
As amazing as it may seem, the study of the birth and life of explosions, that is of the chemical and gasdynamic processes that are associated with the generation, growth and sustenance of explosions, escaped up to now, by far and wide, the attention of the scientific community.
KeywordsShock Front Detonation Wave Shock Tube Blast Wave Rarefaction Wave
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