Accession Number : AD0663337

Title :   JOURNAL OF APPLIED MECHANICS AND TECHNICAL PHYSICS, NO. 1, 1963.

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Report Date : 14 APR 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 300

Abstract : Topics include: Properties of high-speed cumulative jets; Turbulence in plasma; Hydrodynamic approximation for ionized gas in strong electrical field; Shock waves in rarefied noisothermal plasma; Shock waves in relativistic magnetic hydrodynamics; Unbalanced processes in mechanics of solid media; Movement of a gas under the action of a concentrated impact on its surface; Stability of the burning regime of a powder; Injecting gases into turbulent frontier layer with longitudinal pressure gradient on resistance of friction; Propagation of elastic surface waves in half-space in a magnetic field; Dynamic compressibility of sand; Influence of impulses on cracks; Macrostess of elastic body; Resistance to prolonged destruction and deformation in a tense state; Flat flow of hard-plastic medium; Plastic deformation modification of sheet material; Compressibility of grounds under dynamic loads; Shock waves on a solid body; Propagation of strong explosive waves in nonuniform medium; Device for detonation of liquid explosives; Thermal self-ignition; Thermal conduction for a coefficient of heat radiation depending on time; Thermal waves; Heat exchange from two opaque gray bodies; Oscillatory relaxation and interaction of molecules in oxygen at high temperatures; Influence of relaxation on liminar boundary layer; Influence of geometric characteristics of perforated sheet on removal of heavy component during bubbling.

Descriptors :   (*FLUID MECHANICS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*PLASMAS(PHYSICS), SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*MECHANICS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*SOIL MECHANICS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*THERMODYNAMICS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), EXPLOSIONS, COMBUSTION, CRACKS, DEFORMATION, OXYGEN, MOLECULAR PROPERTIES, PHYSICS, USSR

Subject Categories : Aerodynamics
      Soil Mechanics
      Explosions
      Fluid Mechanics
      Plasma Physics and Magnetohydrodynamics
      Mechanics
      Thermodynamics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE