Transition from deflagration to detonation incondensed phases
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Published by Keter in Jerusalem .
Written in English

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Statement(by) A.F. Belyaev...(et al.) ; translated by R. Kondor.
SeriesIsrael program for scientific translations
ContributionsBelyaev, A. F., Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Institute of Chemical Physics.
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Open LibraryOL21642993M
ISBN 100706514963

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Experiments on transition from deflagration to detonation for H2-air-steam mixtures (at oC initial temperature and kPa initial pressure) were performed in a 28 cm diameter, m-long, combustion duct. A flame was created by igniting the gas mixture with a weak electrical spark (~1 mJ).   A SEPARATED TWO-PHASE FLOW ANALYSIS TO STUDY DEFLAGRATION-TO-DETONATION TRANSITION (DDT) IN GRANULATED PROPELLANT* HERMAN KRIER AND JAMES A. KEZERLE Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, lllinois A two-phase reactive flow model is derived and solutions are applied to the . In general, a detonation wave can be obtained via the process of a transition from a deflagration wave (DDT, i.e., deflagration to detonation transition) or from the decay of a strong blast wave generated by a powerful ignition source (i.e., direct initiation). Direct initiation is a relatively well-defined phenomenon characterized by a critical energy required for the initiation of a. In some forms of supernovae and chemical explosions, a flame moving at subsonic speeds (deflagration) spontaneously evolves into one driven by a supersonic shock (detonation), vastly increasing the power output. The mechanism of this deflagration-to-detonation transition (DDT) is poorly understood. Poludnenko et al. developed an analytical model to describe DDTs, then tested it .

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Simulation of the Transition from Deflagration to Detonation Auto-Ignition is a phenomenon that occurs in many practical combustion processes (engine knock, ignition in rapid compression machines or shock tubes etc).   The deflagration-to-detonation transition (DDT) in hot, thermally damaged HMX (δ-phase) and HMX-based polymer-bonded explosives (PBX , LX, LX and PBX ) differs in some respects from what has been observed in similar tests (DDT tube experiments) with room temperature granular provide streak images with other observations and demonstrate . The two-phase mixture model developed by Baer and Nunziato (BN) to study the deflagration-to-detonation transition (DDT) in granular explosives is critically reviewed. The continuum-mixture theory foundation of the model is examined, with particular attention paid to the manner in which its constitutive functions are formulated. Connections between the mechanical and energetic phenomena.