Analysis of magnetogasdynamic spherical shock wave in dusty real gas with gravitational field and monochromatic radiation
Department of Mathematics, Government Shyama Prasad Mukharjee College, 497111, Sitapur, Chhattisgarh, India
Accepted: 25 February 2021
Published online: 26 April 2021
For the unsteady, self-similar flow-field from spherical shock to a moving piston behind it in a dusty gas, solutions are obtained. The dust consists of tiny solid particles continually scattered in a non-ideal gas. The medium is subjected to gravitational and magnetic fields with monochromatic radiation. The Roche model is appropriate here, i.e., because of a central mass of its origin the gravitational field exists. The flow of radiation is thought to pass into a non-ideal electrical gas with static intensity and energy is only captured by shocks in the opposite direction of radiation. The outcomes of having an impact of the gravitational or magnetic fields and the absence of these fields are compared. It is exciting to be aware that on the piston, the pressure and density disappear in the presence of an azimuthal magnetic field, and consequently at the middle of symmetry a vacuum is formed, which is in high-quality agreement to generate a shock wave in the laboratory.
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