Radiative shock test. Left: gas (blue line) and radiative (red line) temperature as a function of the distance to the shock in the subcritical radiative shock (M = 2) at time t = 0.1 (top panel). The semi-analytic solutions of the gas (square) and radiative (diamond) temperatures from Lowrie & Edwards (2008) are over-plotted. The AMR level is shown (right axis, dotted line). The bottom panel shows the corresponding relative error for the gas (blue) and radiative (red) temperatures. Right: same as left panels for the supercritical radiative shock (M = 5).
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