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Combustion, Explosion and Shock Waves

2020 year, number 3

1.
On the Kinetic Mechanism of Ignition of Diborane Mixturesvwith Air

A. M. Savel'ev, P. S. Kuleshov, B. I. Lukhovitskii, A. V. Pelevkin, V. A. Savel'eva, A. S. Sharipov
Baranov Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Moscow, 111116 Russia
Keywords: гидриды бора, диборан, воспламенение, горение, реакционный механизм, boron hydrides, diborane, ignition, combustion, reaction mechanism

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A reaction model is proposed for calculating the process of ignition of diborane mixtures with air. The model summarizes the previously developed kinetic models of oxidation of diborane, boron, as well as lower oxides and hydroxides of boron. A distinctive feature of the model is the use of physically grounded rate constants of the most important reaction channels, which were either computed or derived from available experimental data. The mechanism is tested against experimental data on the diborane ignition delay and flame velocity in diborane-oxygen and diborane-air mixtures. The results predicted by the proposed model are found to be in reasonable agreement with experimental data. The model can be used for engineering calculations and also for numerical simulations of diborane combustion in lean and stoichiometric mixtures with air.
																								



2.
Ignition Critical Conditions and Time-to-Ignition for a Methane-Air Mixture

O. B. Kudryashova, Yu. A. Galenko, E. V. Sypin, M. O. Sysoeva
Biysk Technological Institute, Biysk, 659305 Russia
Keywords: очаговое тепловое воспламенение, реакционноспособный газ, критическая энергия, время инициирования, hotspot thermal ignition, reactive gas, critical energy, initiation time

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Combustion and ignition processes are considered from the standpoint of the theory of thermal ignition and reaction kinetics. An analytical solution of the problem of thermal hotspot ignition was obtained to describe the ignition processes reactive gas mixtures. As a result of this solutions, the critical conditions and the ignition induction time were determined. A solution of the problem of ignition of a methane-air mixture characteristic of the conditions of mine workings.
																								



3.
Gas Bubble Dynamics in a Fluid with Chemical Reactions

K. O. Sabdenov
L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Nur-Sultan, 010008 Kazakhstan
Keywords: твердый высокоэнергетический материал, зона газификации, пузырьковое кипение, solid high-energy material, gasification zone, bubble boiling

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The formation and dynamics of a spherical gas bubble »1 nm - 1 <&mu;>m) in the liquid gasification zone of a solid high-energy material at high pressures is theoretically investigated. A simple model is proposed in which all thermodynamic parameters with the exception of fluid pressure and fluid velocity are independent of spatial variables. The stationary radius of bubbles decreases as pressure rises, but the stationary state is unstable: large bubbles grow relatively slowly and a thermal explosion subsequently occurs in them, with small bubbles quickly vanishing.
																								



4.
Algebraic Model for Chemiluminescence Emissions Suitable for Using in Complex Turbulent Propane Flame Simulations

I. Lytras, E. P. Mitsopoulos, E. Dogkas, P. Koutmos
University of Patras, Patras, 26504 Greece
Keywords: хемилюминесцентное свечение, алгебраическая модель хемилюминесценции, редуцированная кинетическая модель горения, окисление пропана, ламинарное пламя, турбулентное горение, chemiluminescence emissions, algebraic chemiluminescence model, reduced combustion chemistry, propane oxidation, laminar flames, turbulent combustion

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The work presents a simplified algebraic model for calculating the OH*, CH*, and CO*2 concentrations within the context of reduced propane flame oxidation treatment. Excited and precursor species are obtained through post-processing of the basic simulation results, employing well-established quasi-steady state expressions produced from the detailed chemiluminescence kinetics. Inaccuracies introduced in these derivations are compensated by applying correction functions fitted by comparing model computations against detailed chemistry results. The formulation is tested in a range of laminar flames to determine its suitability for extension into turbulent flame simulations.
																								



5.
Combustion of Methanol-Water Solution Droplets in the Flame of a Gas Burner

A. S. Naumkin, B. V. Borisov
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, 634050 Russia
Keywords: водометанольный раствор, зажигание, испарение, капля, факельная установка, коэффициент испарения, диффузия, water-methanol solution, ignition, evaporation, droplet, flame, evaporation coefficient, diffusion

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Evaporation of a water-methanol solution droplet is experimentally studied. This process is mathematically modeled. Based on the results of a comparative analysis of the results of physical and numerical studies, the parameters of the evaporation of a water-methanol solution droplet are determined for the purpose of using its combustion in mathematical modeling. The results of numerical studies of the combustion of a gas flame with the injection of the water-methanol solution droplets into it in an industrial plant are presented. These results satisfactorily correlate with experimental data.
																								



6.
Thermochemical and Energy Characteristics of Symmetric Nitro and Azido Derivatives of Diazen-Ter-Furazanes

D. B. Lempert1, A. I. Kazakov1, V. S. Sannikov2, A. V. Nabatova1, D. V. Dashko2, A. I. Stepanov2
1Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, 142432 Russia
2SKTB Tekhnolog, St. Petersburg, 193076 Russia
Keywords: бис(4''-нитро[3,3':4',3'']терфуразан-4-ил)-диазен, бис(4''-азидо-[3,3':4',3'']терфуразан-4-ил)-диазен, энтальпия сгорания, энтальпия образования, парциальный вклад, смесевое твердое ракетное топливо (СТРТ), удельный импульс, bis(4''-nitro[3,3':4',3'']terfurazan-4-yl)-diazene, bis(4''-azido-[3,3':4',3'']terfurazan-4-yl)-diazene, enthalpy of combustion, enthalpy of formation, partial contribution, solid composite propellant (SCP), specific impulse

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The heat of combustion and enthalpy of formation of bis(4''-nitro[3,3':4',3'']terfurazan-4-yl)-diazene (DNFNF) and (bis(4''-azido-[3,3':4',3'']terfurazan-4-yl)-diazene (DAzFNF) were first experimentally determined. It is found that the energy increment of the substitution of the azide group for the nitro group in the furazan cycle averages 290 kJ/mol and is close to the increment of substitution of N3 for NO2 in trinitroethane. The dependence of the energy parameters of metal-free rocket propellants based on a mixture of ammonium perchlorate with DNFNF or with DAzFNF with an active binder on the content of the highly enthalpy component in the formulation was studied by thermodynamic analysis.
																								



7.
Effect of Initial Temperature and Mechanical Activation on Synthesis in a Ti + Al System

N. A. Kochetov, B. S. Seplyarskii
Merzhanov Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, 142432 Russia
Keywords: горение, тепловой взрыв, механическая активация, интерметаллиды, Ti + Al, алюминид титана, температура горения, фазовый состав продуктов, combustion, thermal explosion, mechanical activation, intermetallides, Ti + Al, titanium aluminide, combustion temperature, phase composition of products

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Synthesis is carried out in a Ti + Al mixture prepared by two methods, namely preliminary mechanical activation (MA) or preheating. Synthesis occurs in the cases of layer-by-layer combustion (SHS) and thermal explosion. The dependences of burning rates of activated Ti + Al mixtures on the MA duration are investigated. The relationships between the initial temperature and the rates and maximum combustion temperatures of initial mixtures along with the elongation of samples after combustion are determined. The phase composition of the initial mixtures after activation and of the synthesis products is described. The MA duration (12 min) at which the burning rate of the mixture is maximum is experimentally determined. For this mixture (12-min MA), the dependence of the burning rates and maximum combustion temperatures along with the elongation of samples after combustion on the initial temperature is studied. Synthesis at which the content of the main phases (TiAl and Ti3Al) in the products is maximized is established.
																								



8.
Thermal Explosion in a 2Co-Ti-Al System: Combustion, Phase Formation, and Properties

M. L. Busurina, A. E. Sychev, I. D. Kovalev, A. V. Karpov, N. V. Sachkova
Merzhanov Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, 142432 Russia
Keywords: интерметаллиды, тепловой взрыв, фаза Гейслера CoTiAl, intermetallides, thermal explosion, CoTiAl Geissler phase

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Combustion and the formation of structures and phases in a 2Co-Ti-Al system during a self-propagating high-temperature synthesis process in a thermal explosion are under study. It is determined that a single-phase product (a Co2TiAl Geissler compound) can be obtained in this system. Morphology, microstructure, and physical-magnetic properties of combustion products of the system are investigated.
																								



9.
New Calculation Method for the Delay Time of the Heat Conduction Delay Element

Sh. Liu1, X.-J. Qiao1, Sh.-M. Shi1, Y.-L. Miao2, W.-N. Liu1
1Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, 100081 China
2Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China
Keywords: теплопроводность, замедлитель, горение, время задержки, сопряженный теплообмен в жидкости и твердом теле, heat conduction, delay element, combustion, delay time, fluid-solid coupling

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In order to ensure the safety and reliability of weapons, it is very important to grasp the influence of the inside and outside diameters of the shell on the delay time. In this paper, a fluid-solid coupling model is established for a metal baffle-type delay element with a silicon-based delay composition. The combustion flow field of the delay element with the inside diameter of 3, 4, and 5 mm is simulated by the STAR-CD software. Then a new method is proposed to calculate the delay time of the heat conduction delay element. The influence of the internal and external diameter on the delay time of the thermal conduction delay element is studied. The results show that the temperature of the ignition composition gradually increases due to the heat conductivity of the metal baffle after burning of the delay composition, and the highest temperature is reached at the centre of the ignition composition. The influence of the size of the inside and outside diameters on the delay time has a critical equilibrium point, which may be related to the balance between the combustion heat increment and the heat loss.
																								



10.
Mathematical Modeling of Crown Forest FIre Spread in the Presence of Fire Response and Finite Size Fire Breaks and Barriers

V. A. Perminov, V. I. Marzaeva
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, 634050 Russia
Keywords: математическое моделирование, верховой пожар, противопожарный разрыв, противопожарный заслон, метод контрольного объема, mathematical modeling, crown fire, fire break, fire barrier, control volume method

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The propagation of crown forest fires in the presence of fire breaks and barriers of finite sizes was studied by mathematical modeling. Mathematically, this problem reduces to solving the Reynolds equations for turbulent flow taking into account chemical reactions. The control volume method was used to obtain a discrete analog. The fields of temperature, concentrations of oxygen and volatile pyrolysis and combustion products, and volume fractions of the condensed phase were calculated. The model made it possible to establish the dynamics of the contours of crown forest fire spread, which depend on the amount and type of forest fuels, moisture content, wind speed and direction, etc. In addition, the dependence of the size of fire breaks and barriers on the above parameters for which the crown fire stops spreading was determined.
																								



11.
Numerical Simulation of Detonation Combustion of Kerosene Vapors in an Expanding Nozzle

Yu. V. Tunik1, G. Ya. Gerasimov1, V. Yu. Levashov1, N. A. Slavinskaya2
1Institute of Mechanics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, 119192 Russia
2Technology and Reactor Safety Research Center, 85748 Garching MГјnchen, Germany
Keywords: пары керосина, детонационное горение, кинетическая модель, сверхзвуковое течение, дивергентное сопло, расчетная схема Годунова, kerosene vapor, detonation combustion, kinetic model, supersonic flow, divergent nozzle, Godunov scheme

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The initiation and stabilization of detonation combustion of kerosene vapor in a supersonic air flow entering an expanding axisymmetric nozzle with a coaxial central body is numerically studied. Calculations are based on a reduced kinetic model of combustion, which includes 68 reactions for 44 components. Enthalpy and entropy of components are determined using approximating polynomials from the NASA database. A hydrodynamic model is based on two-dimensional unsteady Euler equations for an axisymmetric flow of a multicomponent reacting gas. Calculations are performed using the Godunov finite-difference scheme and its -modification of improved accuracy on smooth solutions. The flow parameters that ensure the steady detonation combustion of kerosene vapor in the nozzle under consideration are determined. The detonation combustion of kerosene has a stronger thrust than hydrogen combustion, but is noticeably inferior with regard to specific thrust. The calculations are performed on the “Lomonosov” supercomputer at the Lomonosov Moscow State Universit.
																								



12.
Detonation of Ethyleneand Propylene-Oxygen Explosive Mixtures and Their Application in Detonation Spraying Technology

D. K. Rybin, V. Yu. Ul'yanitskii, I. S. Batraev
Lavrent'ev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia
Keywords: газовая детонация, параметры детонации, ячеистая структура фронта детонации, этилен, пропилен, детонационное напыление, gas detonation, detonation parameters, cellular structure of detonation front, ethylene, propylene, detonation spraying

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The gas detonation of ethylene- and propylene-oxygen explosive mixtures in a wide range of equivalence ratio was studied. Detonation parameters were calculated using the DETON code. The experiments were conducted on an improved detonation bench in which the flow feed of the components of the explosive mixture and the intensification of the deflagration-to-detonation transition due to stratification of charges was implemented in an extended cylindrical channel using the CCDS2000 computerized detonation complex. Experimental data on the detonation velocity and size of the detonation front cell were obtained. The concentration limits of steady detonation in a cylindrical channel 26 mm in diameter were established. Using propylene and ethylene as fuel for detonation spraying, coatings of tungsten carbide with a cobalt binder and alumina were obtained and their properties are investigated. Coatings based on propylene with stratification of the explosive mixture charge, are comparable in properties and performance to coatings sprayed by dual-fuel (acetylene/propane) technology, which allows propylene to be considered as an acceptable fuel for detonation spraying.
																								



13.
Temperature Measurement of the Shaped-Charge Jet from a Conical Liner

V. V. Pai, V. M. Titov, Ya. L. Luk'yanov, K. M. Zubashevskii
Lavrent'ev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia
Keywords: кумулятивный процесс, неустойчивость облицовки, сварка взрывом, shaped-charge process, liner instability, explosion welding

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To measure the temperature of the shaped-charge jet, three-layer copper-copper-Constantan liners consisting of a solid copper conical shell with an apex angle of 45 oC, a wall thickness of 1.5 mm and a pressed-in shell folded from a 1.0 mm thick copper sheet explosively cladded on the inside with a Constantan layer 0.5 mm thick. Then the Constantan layer was partially removed so that only the upper third of the inner surface of the shells remained coated with Constantan. The thickness of the Constantan layer was chosen so that the nose of the shaped-charge jet consisted only of Constantan, and the jet tail of copper, which was determined from a microsection of the recovered slug. As a result, a copper-Constantan thermocouple was formed. At the moment of collision of the bimetallic jet with a target, an oscilloscope measured a thermo-EMF signal. The obtained thermo-EMF corresponds to a temperature of 800 ± 80 oC.
																								



14.
Phase and Structural Transformations of Welds in Metal upon High-Velocity Impact

T. I. Tabatchikova, A. N. Morozov, N. A. Tereshchenko
Mikheev Institute of Metal Physics, Ural Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg, 620137 Russia
Keywords: сталь, сварной шов, высокоскоростной удар, метастабильный аустенит, мартенсит, микротвердость, рентгенографические исследования, микроиндентирование, steel, weld, high-velocity impact, metastable austenite, martensite, microhardness, X-ray studies, microindentation

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The change in the structure of welds obtained using a new welding wire and subjected to high-velocity impact was investigated by optical and scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction analysis. It is shown that after welding, a structure of martensite,  ferrite, and a metastable austenite is formed in the weld metal. Subsequent intense exposure leads to hardening of the weld metal due to the transformation of metastable austenite into strain-induced martensite. Kinetic microindentation of the welds was performed.