Talk:Moving shock

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need to put the different categories of the shock waves.

and to write it properly


Changing to redirect. Poor quality, and just plain wrong material not improved in 8 months. AKAF 14:56, 18 October 2007 (UTC).

Major Revision[edit]

I was motivated enough to completely revise this article with a couple hours of work. In the future there should be some mention of moving shocks and hypersonic shock tube design, but I'm not sure yet if it should be on this page or the shock tube page. EMBaero 22:49, 19 October 2007 (UTC)EMBaero