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All the computations mentioned in this section were carried out by the Godunov method, as a rule, with treatment of the blast wave and the interface as boundary lines of the moving network. 3. Some problems on detonation Numerical solutions of non-one-dimensional problems of blast type for non-equilibrium reacting gaseous mixtures have not achieved as yet extensive development, particularly in the case allowing for more 32 or less strict chemical kinetics. There are not so many publications where two-dimensional detonation and combustion are numerically investigated.

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