3 edition of Dynamic structure of detonation in gaseous and dispersed media found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Anatoly A. Borissov.|
|Series||Fluid mechanics and its applications ;, v. 5|
|Contributions||Borissov, Anatoly A., Institut gidrodinamiki imeni M.A. Lavrentéva.|
|LC Classifications||QD516 .D97 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 311 p. :|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||91022566|
Detonation tube studies of aluminum particles dispersed in air Symposium (International) on Combustion, Vol. 19, No. 1 The reaction zone structure of cylindrical detonations in monodisperse spraysCited by: A detonation wave is a combustion wave propagating at a supersonic speed. It is composed of a leading shock followed by a chemical reaction zone. The leading shock compresses the high-explosive material, and converts the high-explosive into gaseous products .
COMBUSTION AND FLAME () Investigation of Organic Dust Detonation in the Presence of Chemically Inert Particles R. KLEMENS, M. KAPUSCINSKI, M. WOLINSKI, and P. WOLANSKI Instytut Techniki Cieplnej, Politechnika Warszawa, Warszawa, Poland M. SICHEL* Department of Aerospace Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI The Cited by: 5. surroundings; and ideal gas behavior. Subsequent refinements in the theory have been concerned primarily with the structure of the wave. The details of both the classical and the current the- oretical work are presented in modem books such as Hirschfelder, Curtiss, and Bird (10) and Courant and Fried-.
Detonation (from Latin detonare, meaning 'to thunder down/forth') is a type of combustion involving a supersonic exothermic front accelerating through a medium that eventually drives a shock front propagating directly in front of it. Detonations occur in both conventional solid and liquid explosives, as well as in reactive gases. The velocity of detonation in solid and liquid explosives is. Structure and initiation of plane detonation waves in a bidisperse gas suspension of aluminum particles Combustion, Explosion, and Shock Waves, Vol. 44, No. 2 Theoretical and numerical study of detonation processes in gas suspensions with aluminum particlesCited by:
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The main ideas discussed at the Round Table were presented in the form of papers which reflected present situation of the problem of dynamic structure of the detonation waves in gaseous and dispersed media. Of late the demands of industry in creating new composite and functional materials with present properties stimulated an increased interest to the investigation of processes which occur in the detonation technologies of complex chemical composition with an additive of disperse particles.
The. In contrast to the laminar one-dimensional ZDN model, the three-dimensional cellular structure of homogeneous gaseous detonation has been firmly established. The structure consists of an ensemble of interacting transverse shock waves sustained by the energy release from chemical by: 6.
Borissov A.A., Sharypov O.V. () Physical Model of Dynamic Structure of the Surface of Detonation Wave. In: Borissov A.A. (eds) Dynamic Structure of Detonation in Gaseous and Dispersed Media.
Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications, vol by: 5. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Anatoly Borissov. Torrisi M. () Group Methods for the Study of Detonation Wave Analysis. In: Borissov A.A.
(eds) Dynamic Structure of Detonation in Gaseous and Dispersed Media. Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications, vol : M.
Torrisi. Unlike gaseous detonation, dust detonation generally requires much longer time (or distance in this study) for transition to detonation because of heterogeneous effects on the two-phase dust (solid)/oxidizer mixtures, which cause longer ignition delays, a longer combustion zone, and corresponding wall by: 8.
Sustor2 provides deep cooling of a gas flow, practically total condensation of a vapor, and fast and effective removal of the condensed liquid with a significantly reduced pressure losses compared with the prior art.
Sustor2 performs the said operations by developing a. The measured parameters were detonation velocities, pressures behind the > detonation waves, and the dynamic strain of the detonation tube. These parameters were also calculated for Chap- man-Jouguet detonation so that velocity and pres- sure deficits in the porous bed could be ascertained and a mechanism for propagation by: 9.
Dynamic Response of Structure under Blast Load 3 R R C W (1) where, R is the reduced separation distance from the epicentre of the explosion (m/kg1/3), R is the distance from the explosion epicentre (m), and CW is the equivalent mass of the charge (kg TNT). American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Cited by: In hybrid mixtures made of a combustible gaseous mixture with reactive solid particles in suspension, different propagation regimes of non-ideal detonation may be met: Double Front Detonations (DFD) Single Front Detonations (SFD).
Their occurrence is linked to Cited by: 1. Dynamic Structure of Gaseous Detonation.- The Limits of Stationary Propagation of Gaseous Detonation.- Propagation of Gas Explosion in Channels with Uneven Walls and in Porous Media.- Physical Model of Dynamic Structure of the Surface of Detonation Wave.- Theoretical Description of Direct Initiation of Detonation for One-Step Chemistry Detonation in gases J.E.
Shepherd* Aeronautics and Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, MSPasadena, CAUSA Abstract We review recent progress in gaseous detonation experiment, modeling, and simulation.
We focus on the propagating detonation wave as a fundamental combustion process. The picture that is File Size: KB. Dynamic Structure of Gaseous Detonation --The Limits of Stationary Propagation of Gaseous Detonation --Propagation of Gas Explosion in Channels with Uneven Walls and in Porous Media --Physical Model of Dynamic Structure of the Surface of Detonation Wave --Theoretical Description of Direct Initiation of Detonation for One-Step Chemistry --Group Methods for the Study of Detonation Wave Analysis --Transition and Structure of Dust Detonations.
The book is concerned only with detonation waves in gaseous explosives, because they are much better understood than detonations in condensed phase media. There are many similarities between detonations in gaseous and in condensed explosives, in that the detonation pressure of condensed explosives is much higher than the.
On the mechanism of weakening and breaking of gas detonation in channels with acoustically absorbing walls//Combustion, Explosion and Shock WavesVol. 31, No.  Sharypov O.V., Pirogov E.A.
Analysis and modeling of propagation regimes of gaseous detonation in channels with acoustic absorbing walls//Russian Journal of. from book Dynamic Structure of Detonation in Gaseous and Dispersed Media (pp) Theoretical Description of Direct Initiation of Detonation for One-Step Chemistry Chapter.
In Dynamic Structure of Detonation in Gaseous and Dispersed Media (ed. Borisov, A.), vol.pp. 51 – Kluwer. Mach, P. & Radulescu, M. Mach reflection bifurcations as a mechanism of cell multiplication in gaseous by: An unexpected outcome of the analysis is a self-sustained mean streaming motion associated with the nonlinear dynamics of a weakly unstable detonation front.
Do you want to read the rest of this. The experimental samples of aluminum dust were dispersed into the tube by home-made dispersion systems. The aluminum dust–air mixture was initiated by electric spark.
The formation, acceleration of shock wave and the transition from deflagration to detonation were by: The propagation of a detonation wave in a tube containing a single stream of ‐μ‐diam diethylcyclohexane droplets dispersed in gaseous oxygen has been studied with streak and space resolved photography, special pressure transducers, and thin‐film heat‐transfer gauges.
The detonation wave, which reached a velocity of ft/sec, consisted of a planar shock front followed by Cited by: THE STRUCTURE OF DETONATION WAVES E. Oran, K. Kailasanath, R. Guirguis Detonation structure is affected by the energy The front of a self-sustained propagating detonation in an energetic gas, and certainly in some energetic liquids, is not uniform.
Its structure is complex and multidimensional, involving.