A Dynamical Study of the Evolution of Pressure Waves Propagating through a Semi-Infinite Region of Homogeneous Gas Combustion Subject to a Time-Harmonic Signal at the Boundary

@inproceedings{Eslick2013ADS,
  title={A Dynamical Study of the Evolution of Pressure Waves Propagating through a Semi-Infinite Region of Homogeneous Gas Combustion Subject to a Time-Harmonic Signal at the Boundary},
  author={John C. Eslick},
  year={2013}
}

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