This code solves a very general version of the Burgers equation in the
time domain using an algorithm developed at The University of Texas at
- Read me file
- BurgersTX.f Fortran
- RelaxFig1 Input file to generate
Fig 1 from the JASA paper by Cleveland et al. The original figure is
available in gif format Figure 1.
- S2F10_4096 The file with the
initial pressure waveform for the above input file. The file describes
a step-function with a total number of samples of 4096 and with 10
points in the step.
- RelaxFig2 Input file to generate
Fig 2 from the JASA paper by Cleveland et al. The original figure is
available in gif format Figure 2.
- Nwave Input file which shows the
evolution of an N-wave.
- N10_4096 The data file with the
initial N-wave for the above input file. The file has 4096 points and
there are 10 points each in the head and tail shocks.
Specific references to this code include:
- R. O. Cleveland, M. F. Hamilton, and D. T. Blackstock, "Time-domain
modeling of finite-amplitude sound in relaxing fluids," J. Acoust. Soc.
Am., Vol. 99, 3312-3318 (1996).
- R. O. Cleveland, "Propagation of sonic booms through a real stratified
atmosphere," Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin (1995).
A variant of this code (THOR) was used to model sonic boom propagation
in the atmosphere:
- Robin O. Cleveland, James P. Chambers, Henry E. Bass, Richard
Raspet, Mark F. Hmailton, David T. Blackstock, "Comparison
of computer codes for the propagation of sonic booms through
the atmosphere", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., vol 97, pp 906--917 (1995).
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