Obtaining superadiabatic temperatures in combustion of gaseous fuel in a system of two porous plates with a periodic change of the direction of pumping
A mechanism of obtaining superadiabatic temperatures in a system of two porous plates is theoretically investigated. Data on the optimum pumping periods and on the value of the produced superadiabatic effect are presented.
KeywordsCombustion Statistical Physic Periodic Change Gaseous Fuel Porous Plate
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