Liu, Weiming A theory for steady and self-sustained premixed combustion waves. Dataset relating to the article published in Cogent Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 1, 13 July 2016. [DataSet]
Based on the compressible Navier – Stokes equations for reactive flow problems, an eigenvalue problem for the steady and self-sustained premixed combustion wave propagation is developed. The eigenvalue problem is analytically solved and a set of analytic formulae for description of the wave propagation is found out. The analytic formulae are actually the exact solution of the eigenvalue problem in the form of integration, based on which author develops an iterative and numerical algorithm for calculation of the steady and self-sustained premixed combustion wave propagation and its speed. In order to explore the mathematical model and test the computational method developed in this paper, three groups of combustion wave propagation modes are calculated.
The computational results show that the non-trivial modes of the combustion wave propagation exist and their distribution is not continuous but discrete.
|Research / Data Type:||Collection - various types|
|Keywords:||speed of combustion wave propagation; combustion velocity; fast deflagration; detonation; entropy variation of combustion wave|
|Depositing User:||Jill Evans|
|Date Deposited:||12 Jul 2016 14:58|