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Massive stars that end their lives with helium cores in the range of 35-65 M are known to produce repeated thermonuclear outbursts due to a recurring pair-instability. In some of these events, solar masses of material are ejected in repeated outbursts of several × 10 50 erg each. Collisions between these shells can sometimes produce very luminous transients that are visible from the edge of the observable universe. Previous one-dimensional (1D) studies of these events produce thin, high-densitydoi:10.1088/1674-1056/18/11/056 fatcat:bkkgcbohsvglhk7euia7szochm