Accession Number : AD0659684

Title :   JOURNAL OF APPLIED MECHANICS AND TECHNICAL PHYSICS, NO. 4, 1963: COLLECTION OF ARTICLES.

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Report Date : 21 APR 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 248

Abstract : Contents: Hydrodynamics of Liquids with free boundaries; Motion in liquid of a body bounded by a multiply connected surface; Coefficient of efficiency of a ground explosion; Explosive waves in loess-like ground; Refraction of a shock wave on a flame front; Calculation of the initial stage of point explosion different gases; Definition of gas parameters after the shock wave front; The collision of two plates; Scattering of a point mass of gas; Border conditions on the contact surface of an ionized gas and a solid body; Radial distribution of radiation parameters in an axially symmetric gaseous substance; Role of radiation in calculation of heat exchange in a turbulent boundary layer; Form of the flame surface of acetylene disintegration; Remarks on Zaydel's 'On the possibility of stable burning'; Transition of normal burning of porous explosive substances into explosion; Smoothness of a detonational wave front; Displacement of chemical equilibrium at disturbance of a maxwellian distribution; Positive pole of an electric arc in a current; Threshold conditions for the distribution function of charged particles; Influence of coulomb interaction of electrons with ions on the optimum composition of a gas mixture; Motions of cold plasma; Supersonic currents in the presence of irreversible processes; Explosion theory in a nonuniform medium; Theory of probability processes in water power; Anisotropic creep of disks; Creep of glass plastic plates.

Descriptors :   (*FLUID MECHANICS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*EXPLOSIONS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*COMBUSTION, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), PERIODICALS, MECHANICS, PHYSICS, EXPLOSION EFFECTS, SHOCK WAVES, GAS IONIZATION, THERMODYNAMICS, CREEP, FLAMES, EXPLOSIVES, CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM, ELECTRIC ARCS, PLASMAS(PHYSICS), USSR

Subject Categories : Aerodynamics
      Explosions
      Fluid Mechanics
      Combustion and Ignition

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE