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Weak and strong ignition of hydrogen/oxygen mixtures in shock-tube systems
Detailed simulations of hydrogen/oxygen mixtures are performed to study weak and strong ignition regimes in a shock-tube system. An adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) algorithm in conjunction with aExpand
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Regimes describing shock boundary layer interaction and ignition in shock tubes
Abstract Regimes of shock boundary layer interaction are proposed in consideration of shock tube kinetic experiments. For this, we examine three ways that the reflected shock wave interacts with theExpand
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Ignition regimes in rapid compression machines
Abstract A rapid compression machine is an experimental apparatus used to study ignition chemistry at conditions that are relevant to internal combustion engines and gas turbines. However, due to theExpand
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Viscous Shear Layers Formed by Non-Bifurcating Shock Waves in Shock-Tubes
Mild Ignition Phenomena in Rapid Compression Machines
Rapid compression machines (RCMs) [1] are commonly used to study fuel decomposition and ignition behavior at elevated temperature and pressure conditions that are representative of combustion engineExpand
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Modeling Gas-Dynamic Effects in Shock-Tubes for Reaction-Kinetic Measurements
The model is derived from the reactive NavierStokes equations where losses are accounted for by additional sink terms in the momentum and energy equations. The model was demonstrated to replicateExpand
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Analysis of Porous Media as Inlet Concept for Rotating Detonation Engines
StanShock: a gas-dynamic model for shock tube simulations with non-ideal effects and chemical kinetics
A high-order, quasi-one-dimensional, reacting, compressible flow solver is developed to simulate non-ideal effects and chemical kinetics in shock tube systems. To this end, physical models for theExpand
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Boundary Layer Effects on Ignition in a Shock-Tube System
Instability Analysis of the Separated Boundary Layer in Shock Tubes
The instabilities manifesting from the shock-separated boundary layer in shock tube reaction-kinetic experiments are examined using linear stability analysis. The shockseparated boundary layer isExpand
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