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Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics

, Volume 65, Issue 4, pp 1020–1023 | Cite as

SHS-system combustion models accounting for macrostructural transformations

  • V. K. Smolyakov
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Abstract

Based on the concepts of the mechanics of heterogeneous media, combustion models were constructed that take into account macrostructural transformations associated with liquid-phase sintering, the loosening action of gas filtering in the pores, and the difference in the densities of the initial substances and products. The combustion of systems with a partially gaseous product is investigated analytically. The rate of combustion and final porosity as well as the conditions for the formation of cracks are determined.

Keywords

Combustion Porosity Statistical Physic Gaseous Product Heterogeneous Medium 
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