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The Huygens entrainment phenomenon and thermoacoustic engines
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11.Fully tested software and user’s guide available from Energy Science and Technology Software Center, US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, TN. To review DeltaE’s capabilities, visit the Los Alamos thermoacoustics web site at http://www.lanl.gov/thermoacoustics. For a beta-test version, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Ward) via Internet.
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