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Diffraction of a Shock or an Electromagnetic Pulse by a Right‐Angled Wedge
1.“Diffraction and reflection of pulses by wedges and corners,” Joseph B. Keller and Albert Blank, Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, IV, No. 1, 75–94, June, 1951.
2.The solution was computed from Eq. (17) of reference 1, with and
3.See “The diffraction of shock waves around obstacles and the resulting transient loading of structures,” Tech. Report II‐6 by White, Weimer, and Bleakeny, August 1, 1950, and Tech. Report II‐3 by Walker Bleakney, March 16, 1950. Department of Physics, Princeton University. The curves are from White and Bleakney, Tech. Report II‐11, “Shock loading of rectangular structures” (January 1, 1952).
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