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APPLIED MATHEMATICAL MODELLING

ISSN:

0307-904X

eISSN:

1872-8480

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  • Automation, electronics, electrical engineering and space technologies (Engineering and Technology)
  • Information and communication technology (Engineering and Technology)
  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Civil engineering, geodesy and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Environmental engineering, mining and energy (Engineering and Technology)
  • Computer and information sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Mathematics (Natural sciences)

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2017 35 A
2016 35 A
2015 35 A
2014 35 A
2013 35 A
2012 30 A
2011 30 A
2010 27 A

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2016 5.4
2015 5.1
2014 4.6
2013 3.8
2012 3.5
2011 2.9

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  • Thermal self-action effects of acoustic beam in a vibrationally relaxing gas
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    Thermal self-action of acoustic beam in a molecular gas with excited internal degrees of molecules’ freedom, is studied. This kind of thermal self-action differs from that in a Newtonian fluid. Heating or cooling of a medium takes place due to transfer of internal vibrational energy. Equilibrium and non-equilibrium gases, which may be acoustically active, are considered. A beam in an acoustically active gas is self-focusing unlike...

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