Dynamics of Heterogeneous Combustion and Reacting Systems

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AIAA, 1993 - Combustion - 442 pages
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Contents

Amplification of a Pressure Wave by Its Passage Through
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Flame Curvature and Flame Speed of a Turbulent Premixed Flame in
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Numerical Simulation of Ignition Processes and Combustion Wave Propagation in HiO
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Dynamics of Flame Propagation in Multichamber Systems
31
NearField CARS Measurements and the Local Extinction
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Detailed Numerical Simulation of H2O2 Ignition in TwoDimensional Geometries
39
High Resolution Numerical Simulations for TwoDimensional Unstable Detonations
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in I and Obstacle Dependence in Premixed Transient Deflagrations
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Liquid Vaporization from Fine Metal Slurry Droplets
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Ignition in a Complex Mach Structure
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Dynamics of Flames near the RichFlammability Limit of HydrogenAir Mixtures
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Structure of Detonation Waves in a Vacuum with Propellant Particles
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Photographic Study of the Direct Initiation of Detonation by a Turbulent Jet
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Numerical Simulation of Fuel Droplet Evaporation and Ignition
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Transition from Fast Deflagration to Detonation Under the Influence of Wall Obstacles
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Numerical Simulations of Interactions of Flamelets with Shock Waves in the Premixed Gas
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Correlation of Temporal and Spatial Data in Turbulent Premixed
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A Parametric Study
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Simulation of Cellular Structure in a Detonation Wave
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Numerical Simulation and Statistical Aspects of a Simple Model
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Numerical and Experimental Studies of Flame Propagation Through a Grid
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Analysis of SelfIgnition for Nonunit Lewis Number
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Mach Reflection of Detonation Waves
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Formation and Propagation of Photochemical Detonations in HydrogenChlorine Mixtures
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Temperature Measurement of an Axisymmetric Flame Using Phase Shift Holographic Interferometry
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ShockWave Induced Combustion of Dust Layers
105
Numerical Modeling of Galloping Detonation
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Effect of GasPhase Radiation on Flame Speed in Counterflow Premixed Flames
114
Dynamics of Gas Explosions in Vented Vessels Review and Progress
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Some Fundamental Characteristics of Cornstarch DustAir Flames
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TwoDimensional Simulation of a MethaneAir Premixed Flame near Stoichiometry
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Experimental Study of the Fine Structure in Spin Detonations
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Detonation Processes in Dusty Mixtures of Different Oxygen Contents
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Combustion of Single Nonspherical Cellulosic Particles
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NOx Emission Characteristics of Rich MethaneAir Flames
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Experiments and Modeling
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Measurements of Cellular Structure in Spray Detonation
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Mechanism of Flame Propagation in DustAir and Hybrid Mixtures
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Oxidation of Gaseous Unsymmetrical Dimethylhydrazine at High Temperatures
162
OH Radical Distribution in the Cold Zone of C3H8Air Flame
163
Experimental Investigations of Accelerating Flames and Transition to Detonation
170
Dynamics of Laminar Counterflow HydrogenAir Diffusion Flames near Extinction
173
Boron Particle Ignition and Liquid Film Rupture Because
178
Digital Signal Processing Analysis of Soot Foils
182
Enhancement and Generation of Detonations Using Dust Layers
185
Modeling and Computation of Strained Laminar Diffusion Flames with Thermal Radiation
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Quenching of Rich Dust Flames
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Delonabilily of Organic DustAir Mixtures
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Sensitivity Analysis
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Cylindrical Detonations in MethaneOxygenNitrogen Mixtures
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Experiments on Turbulent Flame Propagation in DustAir Mixtures
211
TwoHead Detonation Structure in CornstarchOxygen Mixtures
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Quenching Corrected Laser Saturated Fluorescence Measurements of OH Concentration
228
Structure of Reaction Waves Behind Oblique Shocks
231
Ignition Mechanism of Coal Suspension in Shock Waves
278
Euler System Modeling Vaporizing Sprays
280
Simulations for Detonation Initiation Behind Reflected Shock Waves
283
Behavior of Propagating Flame in a Rotating Flowfield
284
Developments of the CULDESAC Physical Explosion Model
293
Limiting Tube Diameter of Gaseous Detonation
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Ignition Process of Compound Spray Combustible Mixtures
306
Flame Propagation and Extinction in a Closed Channel with Cold Sidewalls
307
Effect of Flame Inhibitors on Detonation Characteristics of FuelAir Mixtures
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Augmentation of Combustion in a Chamber by a Small HydrogenAir
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Behavior of FreeFalling Boiling Spheres with Relation to Vapor Explosion Phenomena
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Experimental Determination of the Laminar Burning Velocity of IsoOctane Air Mixtures
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Propagation of Gaseous Detonations Through Regions of Low Reactivity
324
New Flamelet Approach to Model the Transient Phenomena Following Ignition in a Turbulent
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Performance of a Pulsed Jet Combustion System in a Swirl and
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Effect of Fluid Flow Velocity on the Fragmentation Mechanism of a Hot Melt Drop
334
Numerical Simulation of Pulsed Jet Plume Combustion
343
Detailed Analysis of Tulip Flame Phenomenon Using Numerical Simulation
344
Failure of the Classical Dynamic Parameters Relationships in Highly Regular Cellular
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Thermodynamics of Combustion in an Enclosure
365
Propagation and Extinction of Detonation Waves in Tube Bundles
381
Large Eddy Simulation of the Premixed Flame in an Engine
383
Flash XRay Visualization of the Steam Explosion of a Molten Metal Drop
388
Proposed Discrete Vortex Model for Vortex Pairing
389
Mechanism for In homogeneity in Ignition of Compressed Mixtures
392
Simultaneous Strong and QuasiChapmanJouguet Detonation Wave Propagation
397
ThreeDimensional Calculation of a Hydrogen Jet Injection into a Supersonic Air Flow
402
lonization of Compression Ignition LowTemperature Flames
403
Structure and Velocity Deficit of Gaseous Detonation in Rough Tubes
405
Compressibility Exothermicity and Three Dimensionality in Spatially Evolving Reactive
413
Examination of the Degree of Sudden Compression Required
414
Onset of Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion
421
Possible Method for Quenching of Gaseous Detonations
425
Author Index for Volume 152
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Author Index for Volume 151
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Analysis of Combustion Processes in a Mobile Granular Propellanl Bed 477
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