A Numerical Model of Acoustic Choking, Part I: Shock Free Solutions
The one dimensional gas dynamic equations for an ideal gas are utilized to investigate the phenomenon of acoustic choking in near sonic flows. This approach eliminates the need to make the classical small disturbance assumption. A finite difference scheme was developed to approximate these equations. Care was taken to use boundary conditions that correctly model the physics of the acoustics problem. Continuous solutions have been sought and these are compared with the Fubini solution and some results of Myers and Callegari. © 1983.
N. Walkington and W. Eversman, "A Numerical Model of Acoustic Choking, Part I: Shock Free Solutions," Journal of Sound and Vibration, Elsevier, Jan 1983.
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