Ideal shocks in 2-layer flow Part I: Under a rigid lid

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Jiang, Qingfang; Smith, Ronald B.;
(2011)

Previous work on the classical problem of shocks in a 2-layer density-stratified fluid used eithera parameterized momentum exchange or an assumed Bernoulli loss. We propose a new theorybased on a set of viscous model equations. We define an idealized shock in two-layer ... View more
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