29th International Symposium on Shock Waves 2: Volume 2 by Riccardo Bonazza, Devesh Ranjan

By Riccardo Bonazza, Devesh Ranjan

This lawsuits current the result of the twenty ninth foreign Symposium on surprise Waves (ISSW29) which used to be held in Madison, Wisconsin, united states, from July 14 to July 19, 2013. It used to be geared up via the Wisconsin surprise Tube Laboratory, that's a part of the school of Engineering of the college of Wisconsin-Madison. The ISSW29 curious about the subsequent components: Blast Waves, Chemically Reactive Flows, Detonation and Combustion, amenities, circulate Visualization, Hypersonic move, Ignition, effect and Compaction, commercial purposes, Magnetohydrodynamics, clinical and organic functions, Nozzle circulation, Numerical tools, Plasmas, Propulsion, Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability, Shock-Boundary Layer interplay, surprise Propagation and mirrored image, surprise Vortex interplay, surprise Waves in Condensed topic, surprise Waves in Multiphase circulation, in addition to surprise Waves in Rarefield circulation. the 2 Volumes comprise the papers awarded on the symposium and function a reference for the contributors of the ISSW 29 and participants attracted to those fields.

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Each configuration varies in the initial magnetic field topology. • Case 1: A uniform magnetic field B = B0 eˆ x with non-dimensional strength β = 2p0 /B20 = 2 is applied in the x-direction across the system. Characterisation of the Cylindrical Riemann Problem in Magnetohydrodynamics 825 • Case 2: An azimuthal magnetic field B = B(r)ˆeθ is applied such that outside the interface |B| ∝ 1/r, while inside the interface |B| = 0. This is approximately equivalent to the field generated by a current running along the interface in a direction perpendicular to the plane.

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