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Weak and strong ignition. II. Sensitivity of the hydrogenoxygen system

Weak and strong ignition. II. Sensitivity of the hydrogenoxygen system,10.1016/0010-2180(82)90124-9,Combustion and Flame,E ORAN,J BORIS

Weak and strong ignition. II. Sensitivity of the hydrogenoxygen system   (Citations: 17)
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Journal: Combustion and Flame - COMBUST FLAME , vol. 48, pp. 149-161, 1982
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    • ...The calculations are made using the mechanism of [11], which was used earlier in numerical studies of the cellular structure of a detonation [5, 6]; this ren� ders it possible to directly evaluate the accuracy of the modification of the two�stage model proposed in...
    • ...To check the accuracy in predicting the parameter of induction by means of the modified model [1] as compared to the detailed kinetic scheme [11], we calculated the multifront structure of a detonation wave in the chosen mixture for a channel of width 6 cm. The parameters of the model were calculated by the formulas given in [1]; the time for the generation of heat release was calculated using the detailed kinetic scheme [10]...
    • ...A simulation of the detonation cell was performed in [5, 6] for the same initial conditions but with the involvement of the detailed kinetic scheme [11]...
    • ...In [11], the depen� dence on the pressure was considered (by means of the density), while the reaction was of the second (a)...

    I. A. Zaevet al. On the necessity of having a correct model of heat release in simulati...

    • ...This result has been confirmed by the extensive numerical work of Oran and coworkers (Oran and Boris, 1982; Oran and Gamezo, 2007; Oran et al, 1982) as well as in the early work of Gardiner and Wakefield (1970)...

    Marcos Chaoset al. Syngas Combustion Kinetics and Applications

    • ...The initiation and evolution of a detonation by a constant velocity piston or shock reflection is a subject of much interest in its own right (Meyer and Oppenheim 1971, Oran and Boris 1982, Oran et al 1982, Clarke and Cant 1985, Jackson and Kapila 1985, Blythe and Crighton 1989, Stewart 1986, Dold and Kapila 1991, Bdzil and Kapila 1992, Singh and Clarke 1992, Nikiforakis and Clarke 1996a, 1996b, Sharpe 2000)...

    G. J. Sharpe. Numerical simulations of pulsating detonations: II. Piston initiated d...

    • ...Such a computational behavior is similar to the one noticed in weakstrong ignition phenomena, reported by Oran et al. (1982)...
    • ...Fig. 5. Induction time as function of temperature and pressure in a mixture of 3.3H2/1.702/4Ar/ 1CF3 H Oran et al. (1982)...

    M. H. Lefebvreet al. Modeling of gas phase detonation in complex reactive systems

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