Combustion wave propagation

  • L. P. Yarin
  • G. Hetsroni
Part of the Heat and Mass Transfer book series (HMT)

Abstract

The theory of combustion waves in homogeneous media incorporates a wide class of problems related to the analysis of the physical processes in flames, as well as to the mathematical aspects of solution of the system of nonlinear equations describing combustion wave propagation. A comprehensive discussion of these problems is contained in the monographs and surveys by Frank-Kamenetskii (1969), Williams (1985), Zel’dovich et al. (1985), and Merzhanov and Khaikin (1988, 1992). Referring the reader to these works, we confine our consideration to the calculation of the combustion wave speed.

Keywords

Permeability Porosity Dust Filtration Hydrocarbon 

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  • L. P. Yarin
    • 1
  • G. Hetsroni
    • 1
  1. 1.Technion CityFaculty of Mechanical EngineeringHaifaIsrael

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