Many experiment researches have been developed before. But most of them were carried out with the condition that the tunnel’s ratio of length and diameter (x/D) is under 1000. Recently, the process that compression wave convents into shock wave in the overlong tunnel has also been paid attention.In this paper, features of shock wave as it propagates through a overlong tunnel is investigated, rupturing thin films at the entrance to obtain three kinds of shock wave with different intensities. Then study their features respectively during they propagates through a overlong tunnel with x/D over 6000 at most. Comprehend shock wave more deeply by comparing the results of experiments.
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