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Numerical simulation of reactive flows by a time-split algorithm.
Kumaur, S.G.Ravi
101902
Fujiwara, Toshi
101903
1992-03-31
The propagation of shock-initiated reaction in a two-dimensional channel is studied by a time-split alogrithm. The convection and reaction processes are solved in a decoupled manner. The Euler equation describing the two-dimensional invicid flow is solved by an explicit TVD scheme while the equations describing the reaction kinetics are solved implicitly at each nodal point. The initiation of combustion by a shock wave and its development into a detonation in a 2H[2] + O[2] + 7Aγ system are studied using the present algorithm. The time history of the process is presented.
departmental bulletin paper
Faculty of Engineering, Nagoya University
1992-03-31
Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Nagoya University
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43
258
274
0027-7657
eng