Theoretical solutions of spherical shock-tube blasts.
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A description of the results of calculations on two types of explosions which correspond to recent experimental work at the University of Toronto Institute of Aerophysics. These experiments involve the explosion of gas-filled glass spheres (initially) at room temperature and at pressures of around twenty atmospheres.
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