Abstract

The piston problem, i.e. the dynamics of a uniform gas at rest under the action of a moving piston, is fundamental in shock wave physics [1,2]. In conservative systems, shock waves are regularized by the formation, owing to dispersion, of rapidly oscillating non-stationary structures, called dispersive shock waves (DSWs) [3-6].

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