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Combustion, Explosion and Shock Waves

, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 437–440 | Cite as

Possible mechanism of nonsteady-state erosion combustion of composite solid propellants

  • L. K. Gusachenko
  • V. E. Zarko
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Abstract

It has been demonstrated that in the combustion of composite solid propellants the instantaneous mass burning rate can depend on variations in the velocity of cross-flow of gases even if in the steady-state regime the combustion is insentitive to cross-flow velocity. A method has been proposed for studying the nonsteady-state erosion combustion in experiments with composite systems.

Keywords

Combustion Dynamical System Mechanical Engineer Burning Rate Composite System 
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  • L. K. Gusachenko
  • V. E. Zarko

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