PACS numbers

47.40.Nm Shock wave interactions and shock effects
  1. R.I. Nigmatulin, R.T. Lahey (Jr.) et alOn thermonuclear processes in cavitation bubbles57 877–890 (2014)
    28.52.−s, 47.40.Nm, 52.50.Lp (all)
  2. O.V. Rudenko, O.A. Sapozhnikov “Self-action effects for wave beams containing shock fronts47 907–922 (2004)
    43.25.+y, 47.40.Nm, 87.54.Hk (all)
  3. R.F. Trunin “Shock compressibility of condensed materials in strong shock waves generated by underground nuclear explosions37 1123–1145 (1994)
    62.20.Fe, 62.10.+s, 47.40.Nm, 28.70.+y (all)
  4. N.M. Kuznetsov “Stability of shock waves32 993–1012 (1989)
    47.40.Nm, 47.20.−k (all)
  5. S.N. Gurbatov, A.I. Saichev, I.G. Yakushkin “Nonlinear waves and one-dimensional turbulence in nondispersive media26 857–876 (1983)
    03.40.Gc, 47.35.+i, 47.25.-c, 47.40.Nm (all)
  6. R.V. Polovin, K.P. Cherkasova “MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC WAVES9 278–293 (1966)
    47.65.−d, 47.40.Hg, 47.40.Nm (all)
  7. E.I. Zababakhin “Cumulation of energy and its limits8 295–298 (1965)
    47.55.dp, 47.55.dr, 47.40.Nm, 66.20.+d (all)
  8. R.I. Soloukhin “Detonation waves in gases6 523–541 (1964)
    47.40.Rs, 47.40.Nm, 82.33.Vx, 47.70.Fw, 47.70.Pq (all)
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