Combustion in a porous material with reactant consumption: The role of the ambient temperature

@inproceedings{Sadiq1994CombustionIA,
  title={Combustion in a porous material with reactant consumption: The role of the ambient temperature},
  author={Muhammad Attique Sadiq and John H. Merkin},
  year={1994}
}
A model for the exothermic oxidation of a porous solid reactant is considered. The effects of oxidant consumption are included in the model as well as are the effects of spatial variations in both temperature and oxidant concentration. The governing equations are made dimensionless so as to highlight the ambient temperature T"a, thus enabling critical values of T"a to be identified clearly. Two types of boundary conditions are considered, Dirichlet boundary conditions, where the oxidant… CONTINUE READING

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