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A novel characteristic length of detonation relevant to supercritical diffraction
Kawasaki, A.
99193
Kasahara, J.
99194
Reflection point distance
Detonation dynamic parameters
Detonation diffraction
Critical tube diameter
Detonation stability
Schlieren imaging
For stoichiometric C2H4–O2 and C2H2–O2 mixtures with or without argon dilution, the processes of detonation diffraction have been investigated in a two-dimensional setup through high-speed schlieren imaging, with the characteristic length and the stability of detonation varied by regulating the initial pressure and argon mole fraction of the mixture. In particular, a length relevant to the process of supercritical diffraction (i.e., distance from the channel end corner to reflection point of the transverse detonation on the channel end face, reflection point distance in short) was deduced from obtained sequential schlieren images and analyzed. The reflection point distance can be idealized for the infinitely wide donor channel, and thus, it can be a parameter in which properties intrinsic to each detonable mixture are manifested. Experimental results showed that the reflection point distance was roughly inversely proportional to the initial pressure for identical mixtures and independent of the width of the donor channel at high initial pressures. For a certain combination of the fuel and oxidizer, correlations between the reflection point distance and the initial partial pressure of fuel were very similar regardless of the argon mole fraction. Critical conditions of the diffraction problem could be given for the ratio of the reflection point distance to the channel width, and it was suggested that the critical value lies in a range of 3–5 and does not significantly depend on the stability of the mixture.
ファイル公開：2021/01/01
journal article
Springer
2020-01
application/pdf
Shock Waves
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30
1
12
0938-1287
https://nagoya.repo.nii.ac.jp/record/30073/files/manuscript_rev2_01.pdf
eng
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00193-019-00890-7
“This is a post-peer-review, pre-copyedit version of an article published in [Shock Waves]. The final authenticated version is available online at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00193-019-00890-7”.