Modeling of combustion of a magnesium particle (Stefan Problem)
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An adjoint distributed mathematical model is proposed to describe the ignition and combustion of a magnesium particle with allowance for the gas area surrounding the particle. The combustion process is modeled within the framework of the single-phase Stefan problem. Verification of the model on the basis of available experimental values of ignition and combustion times under various conditions is performed.
Key wordsignition combustion heterogeneous chemical reaction mathematical modeling free boundary
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