Nonlinear cellular dynamics of the idealized detonation model: Regular cells

@article{Sharpe2008NonlinearCD,
  title={Nonlinear cellular dynamics of the idealized detonation model: Regular cells},
  author={Gary J. Sharpe and James J. Quirk},
  journal={Combustion Theory and Modelling},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={1 - 21}
}
  • G. SharpeJ. Quirk
  • Published 1 February 2008
  • Environmental Science
  • Combustion Theory and Modelling
High-resolution numerical simulations of cellular detonations are performed using a parallelized adaptive grid solver, in the case where the channel width is very wide. In particular, the nonlinear response of a weakly unstable Zeldovich–Neumann–Doering (ZND) detonation to two-dimensional perturbations is studied in the context of the idealized one-step chemistry model. For random perturbations, cells appear with a characteristic size in good agreement with that corresponding to the maximum… 

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