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ISHOCK WAVES IN AIR
I.1. Propagation of shock waves in Earth's Atmosphere, Ind. J. Phys, 43, (1969)
P.519.
I.2. Propagation of oblique shock waves in the Troposphere, ibid, (1970),, P.544.
I.3. Shock waves in the rotating atmosphere, ibid, 46, (1972) P.138
I.4. A note on the propagation of shock waves in the exponentially decreasing atmosphere, Maths, student, 39 (1971) P.161.
I.5. A note on the propagation of shock waves in the nonhomogenous media, ibid,
39 (1971) P.314.
I.6. Shock waves in air, Symp. on Nonlinear Ballistics, Pune (1975) P.547.
I.7. Structure of Spherical blast waves in air, Fifth Nat. Symp. On Aerodynamics, 2425 May
1990, IAT Pune.
I.8. Interaction of explosive shocks with airborne cylindrical targets of elliptical
cross section, Def. Sci. J., 40, Jul 1990, p. 231242.
I.9. Mathematical Model of damage to aircraft pannels subjected to blast loading, Def. Sci. J., 41, 3, July 1991,305316.
I.10. Simulation of Parachute performance in FAE warhead (Joint with VS sasi): Nat. Symp. parachutes and lighter than air Technologies.,p.1821,Jan,2324 (1977).
I.11 An approximate solution for a spherical and cylindrical piston problem,Proc.
Ind. Acad. Sci (Math. Sci.),110, No.1, Feb 2000, pp. 103116
I.12. An approximate solution of two dimensional convex piston problem.,(joint with
SK Singh), ZAMP, 50,(1999), 201221.
I.13. A note on the new theory on shock dynamics (joint with SK Singh) .Def. Sci.
J., 42, 2, pp.103105,(April,1992).
I.14. Structure of spherical blast waves in air (joint with Yogi and sachdev), Fifth Nat. Conf. on Aerodynamics,2425 May,1990,IAT pune. P. sries M
II UNDER WATER EXPLOSIONS
II.1.15. A note on the Spherical shock waves in water,Ind.J. Pure and appl. maths, 7 (1976) P.983 .III DETONATIONS
III.1.30. Modification of energy hypothesis for the case of explosive charge, Ind. J.Pure. Appl. Maths, 7 (1976) P.147.IV SHOCK WAVES IN SOLID MATERIALS
IV.1.40. Attenuation of Plane shock waves in solids, Symps. on Large Deformation, (1979)
P.556, IIT, Delhi.
IV.2.41. Converging shock waves in Metals, Pramana, 18 (1982) P.331.
IV.3.42. Simulation of generation of high pressure and temperature in
metals under shock loading, Int. J. Res. & Comp. Sc.,p.710.,(2011).
IV.4.43. Study of phase change in materials under high pressure, J. Appl. Physics,
86, no. 9, 1st Nov 99, pp. 48814.
IV.5.44. A Mathematical model for Damage to skin panels of composite material due to
blast loading.(Joint with SK Singh). Def. Sci. J, (1993), p. 333350.(Add page 137 in this)
IV.6.45. A model for the determination of force level for MR aircraft for Indian Navy,DEFCAP88,
DRDO(CC), Bangalore.
V SIMULATION/TARGET DAMAGE
V.1.46. A model for estimation of Aircraft Attrition from various Ground AirDefence Weaopons
(Joint with Yuvraj Singh). Def. Sci. J., 41, 4 Oct 1991, p 41733.
V.2.47. Estimation of target damage due to submunitions type missile warheads using
simulation model/ technique, (Joint with T Kunjachan and VS Sasi), Def. Sci. J,
47, No. 1, Jan 97, pp107117 .
V.3.48. Calculation of firing angle to intercept a moving target, (joint with MS Ganagi),
Seminar on System Analysis for Defence;, CASSA, 2526 Sept., p. 16778, (1997).
V.4.49. Coverage of large targets with weapons of small CEP and lethal radius, Int.
J. Management and systems, vo9
V.5.50. Approximate closed form solution for projectile trajectory and its application
to lead angle computations (joint with MS Ganagi), Def. Sci. J,49, July 1999,pp.179186.
V.6.51. Generalised model for aircraft vulnerability by different weapon systems.,
Def. Sci. J.,50, No. 1, Jan2000. pp. 1323.
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SHOCK WAVES IN AIR 
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