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Numerical study of shock-induced combustion in methane-air mixtures
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|Other titles||Numerical study of shock induced ....|
|Statement||Shaye Yungster and Martin J. Rabinowitz.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106354, ICOMP -- no. 93-32|
|Contributions||Rabinowitz, Martin J., 1931-., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Numerical study of the laminar ame. shock-induced combustion for several fuel. A shock tube is an ideal reactor for the study of chemical kinetics (auto-ignition characteristics of gas mixtures, flame velocity) due to its gas-dynamic simplicity behind reflected shock tubes create a high-temperature and high-pressure environment that ideally exhibits homogeneous, adiabatic, constant-volume, stagnant gas conditions for the reacting by: The shock-induced combustion of methane-air mixtures in hypersonic flows is investigated using a new reaction mechanism consisting of 19 reacting species and 52 elementary reactions.
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