Propagation of Cellular Modes of Combustion of Porous Media under Nonadiabatic Conditions
The formation and propagation of cellular combustion of porous media under near-critical combustion existence conditions were investigated. The sizes and structure of cells in which the condensed component reacted with the gas depended nonlinearly on the heat loss to the environment. With increasing heat loss, the oscillation frequency of the cellular front, its average propagation velocity, and the intensity of the exothermic transformation of the condensed phase increased, and the cell sizes decreased. Cellular combustion was extinguished only when the transformation of the condensed component within a cell was completed.
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