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Old   December 8, 2012, 15:36
Default proper boundary condition for making a moving shock wave
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I receivd to the point that isentropic relations are not suitable for a moving shock to become appear.
Then what boundary conditions i should set so that we can have a moving shock tube through the tube?
Is it likely that someone have worked on such a problem?
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