5 edition of Shock waves for industrial applications found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Lawrence E. Murr.|
|Series||Materials science and process technology series|
|Contributions||Murr, Lawrence Eugene.|
|LC Classifications||TL574.S4 S58 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 533 p. :|
|Number of Pages||533|
|LC Control Number||88027516|
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Non-linear simple waves and shock waves .. 60 Source terms This particular choice is motivated by industrial applications like aircraft engines Among the literature on acoustics the book of Pierce  is an excellent introduction available for a. Shock waves are often used to create ultrahigh pressures within solids and liquids, to perform high energy rate processing of materials (such as explosive forming, bonding, and welding), or for bulk metal cutting, armor penetration in explosive de.
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the principles and industrial applications of shock waves to materials fabrication and manufacturing processes. It covers metals and alloys, ceramics, and polymers either as powders or composites.
It is aimed at the industrialist, managers of technology, manufacturers, and those involved in a host. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shock waves for industrial applications. Park Ridge, N.J., U.S.A.: Noyes Publications, © (OCoLC) Book: Shock waves for industrial applications. Shock waves for industrial applications.
Full Record; Other Related Research. This paper reviews four new industrial applications of shock waves that have been developed in the Shock Waves Laboratory (SWL), Department of Aerospace Engineering, IISc, Bangalore. This paper reviews four new industrial applications of shock waves that have been developed in the Shock Waves Laboratory (SWL), Department of Aerospace Engineering, IISc, Bangalore.
They are shock wave assisted (a) cell transformation, (b) preservative injection into Bamboos, (c) sandal oil extraction, and (d) removal of micron size dust from Cited by: Shock data on concrete is also examined. Assessment of the shock response of metals is explored with shock data obtained on several alloys of uranium.
Shock measurements on these materials and others are used to demonstrate applications of the shock wave analysis tools that have evolved in parallel with ever improving shock measurement techniques. Shock waves are also used in orthopedics and traumatology.
Possible applications in oncology, cardiology, dentistry, gene therapy, cell transfection, transformation of fungi and bacteria, as well as the inactivation of microorganisms are promising approaches for clinical treatment, industrial applications and research. Medical and Biomedical. The fabricated shock tube can be used for many industrial applications of shock waves.
One such application is sheet metal forming. On the free metal forming using underwater shock wave by underwater detonation of explosive, we can make an experiment and the numerical simulation[1,6,8].
Underwater explosive metal forming is a type of metal. The prime focus of this study is to design a 50 mm internal diameter diaphragmless shock tube that can be used in an industrial facility for repeated loading of shock waves. The instantaneous rise in pressure and temperature of a medium can be used in a variety of industrial applications.
We designed, fabricated and tested three different shock wave generators of which. In physics, a shock wave (also spelled shockwave), or shock, is a type of propagating disturbance that moves faster than the local speed of sound in the medium.
Like an ordinary wave, a shock wave carries energy and can propagate through a medium but is characterized by an abrupt, nearly discontinuous, change in pressure, temperature, and density of the medium. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Shock waves for industrial applications.
Park Ridge, N.J., U.S.A.: Noyes Publications, © The first volume of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics contained nine articles (of 39) on shock waves. Some of these pioneered new branches of fluid mechanics. Others dealt with older problem areas. Surprising is one's realization that important elements of all topics are still of current interest.
The Handbook of Shock Waves contains a comprehensive, structured coverage of research topics related to shock wave phenomena including shock waves in gases, liquids, solids, and space. Shock waves represent an extremely important physical phenomena which appears to be of special practical importance in three major fields: compressible flow (aerodynamics), materials science, and astrophysics.
However, laser-induced shock waves have found uses in other industrial applications outside of surface enhancement technologies. One application is for metal shaping or forming. By selectively laser shocking areas on the surface of metal sheets or plates, or smaller items such as airfoils, the associated compressive residual stresses cause the.
Shock wave, strong pressure wave in any elastic medium such as air, water, or a solid substance, produced by supersonic aircraft, explosions, lightning, or other phenomena that create violent changes in waves differ from sound waves in that the wave front, in which compression takes place, is a region of sudden and violent change in stress, density, and temperature.
When a shock wave reaches an observer a "sonic boom" is heard. [insert N-wave discussion] Unlike ordinary sound waves, the speed of a shock wave varies with its amplitude. The speed of a shock wave is always greater than the speed of sound in the fluid and decreases as the amplitude of the wave decreases.
When the shock wave speed equals the. Orange clearly shows how these "Shock Waves" ripple through the lives of all those touched by Post Traumatic Stress. This is an amazing, thoughtful, and inspiring book which will leave the readers with a message of hope.
Read more. 10 people found this Reviews: Shock Waves in Condensed Matter – covers the proceedings of the American Physical Society Topical Conference, held in Santa Fe, New Mexico on JulyThe book focuses on the response of matter to dynamic high pressure and temperature.
Shock wave research covers important inderdisciplinary areas which range from basic topics on gasdynamics, combustion and detonation, physico-chemistry of high temperature gases, plasma physics, astro and geophysics, materials science, astronautics and space technology to medical and industrial applications.
This book includes papers. Metallurgical Applications of Shock-Wave and High-Strain-Rate Phenomena This book presents the papers given at a conference on the impact testing of metals.
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This book examines the explosive and related technologies in the context of metallurgical and materials processing and fabrication. It is a record of the international exchange of information on the metallurgical and other material effects of shock-wave .Experimental facilities required for shock wave research, which comprise various techniques for generation of shock pressures up to GPa with strain rates up to 10 8 /s in well-controlled manner and associated diagnostics to examine materials response during a submicroseconds shock duration with a few nanoseconds time resolution are briefly.