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Lectures on Nonlinear Waves And Shocks

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Lectures on Nonlinear Waves And Shocks
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Publisher: Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: 3540108300
ISBN-13: 9783540108306
Number of pages: 126

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Lecture notes on introduction to certain aspects of gas dynamics concentrating on some of the currently most important nonlinear problems, important not only from the engineering or computational point of view but also because they offer great mathematical challenges.

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