Explosive-driven shock wave and vortex ring interaction with a propane flame

@article{Giannuzzi2016ExplosivedrivenSW,
  title={Explosive-driven shock wave and vortex ring interaction with a propane flame},
  author={Paul Giannuzzi and M. J. Hargather and Graham Doig},
  journal={Shock Waves},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={851-857}
}
Experiments were performed to analyze the interaction of an explosively driven shock wave and a propane flame. A 30 g explosive charge was detonated at one end of a 3-m-long, 0.6-m-diameter shock tube to produce a shock wave which propagated into the atmosphere. A propane flame source was positioned at various locations outside of the shock tube to investigate the effect of different strength shock waves. High-speed retroreflective shadowgraph imaging visualized the shock wave motion and flame… 
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