Metallurgist

, Volume 42, Issue 11, pp 418–422 | Cite as

Predicting the explosiveness of exothermic mixtures based on their heat of combustion

  • I. V. Babaitsev
  • V. M. Korukova
  • Zh. A. Ablyaeva
  • M. M. Voropaeva
Industrial Safety
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Keywords

Combustion Combustion Product Flammability Combustion Temperature Sodium Nitrate 

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References

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    I. V. Babaitsev and G. A. Bulgakova, “Calculation of the increase in pressure in the explosion of aerosols of powders of metals and alloys with allowance for the enthalpy of the solid combustion products,”Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved. Chern. Metall., No. 9, 78 (1994).Google Scholar
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    I. V. Babaitsev, L. A. Fedorov, and Zh. A. Ablyaeva, “Parameters of the spontaneous combustion of exothermic materials containing sodium carbonate,” Ibid., No. 4, 10 (1991).Google Scholar
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    I. V. Babaitsev, Zh. A. Ablyaeva, A. F. Shorin, et al., “Use of calcium carbonate to reduce the flammability and explosiveness of exothermic mixtures,”Metallurg, No. 5, 30 (1997).Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. V. Babaitsev
  • V. M. Korukova
  • Zh. A. Ablyaeva
  • M. M. Voropaeva

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