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2 C c0t c0t + , / 2 A t Fig. 11. The asymptotic triangular wave. £ 2 -»0 as all the relevant values of £ also tend to zero and the asymptotic form is x c0t

The discontinuity in c at the shock is . 2^! 2TT|2 — a sin c 2 — Cj = asin= 2asin^(|1-|2). 55) TTie shock has constant velocity c0 and this result could have been deduced in advance from the symmetry of the problem. The shock starts with zero strength corresponding to 0 = 0 at time t=\/2ma. 56) 52 WAVES AND FIRST ORDER EQUATIONS Chap. 2 It is interesting that the final decay formula does not even depend explicitly on the amplitude a. However, the condition for its applicability is t~>\/a. For any periodic F(£), sinusoidal or not, — £2—>A.

47) simplify considerably for all times t. Consider one period 0 < | < A as in Fig. 14. 45 becomes ($, - £2) sin J (£, + €2) cos J (£, - £2) = £ sin ~ (£, - £ 2 ) sin | (£, +1 2 ), SEC 2 . 8 SHOCK FITTING; QUADRATIC Q(p) 51 and the relevant choice is the trivial one = 0, sm that is, ^ + £2 = A. 47), we have t= 2asin ^ ( I j —12) s= c0t+~, respectively. The discontinuity in c at the shock is . 2^! 2TT|2 — a sin c 2 — Cj = asin= 2asin^(|1-|2). 55) TTie shock has constant velocity c0 and this result could have been deduced in advance from the symmetry of the problem.

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