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Shock Waves, Rarefactions, And Sidebar 2 Contact Discontinuities

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Title: Shock Waves, Rarefactions, And Sidebar 2 Contact Discontinuities  
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Excerpt: The nonlinear equations of ideal gas dynamics support three types of nonlinear “waves”: shock fronts. rarefactions, and contact discontinuities. Contact discontinuities are surfaces that separate zones of different density and temperature. By definition such a surface is in pressure equilibrium, and no gas flows across it. When, as often happens, the tangential velocity of the gas on one side of the surface differs considerably from that of the gas on the other side, the surface is called a slip discontinuity.

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