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A theoretical model of dissolution and hydrate formation processes in shock waves

Abstract

A theoretical model for the processes of dissolution and hydrate formation behind a shock wave in a gas-liquid medium with allowance for convective and molecular gas diffusion in the liquid and convective and conductive heat transfer caused by heat release at the interphase boundary due to dissolution and hydrate formation is proposed. A comparison of the model calculations with experimental data is made.

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Dontsov, V.E., Nakoryakov, V.E. & Chernov, A.A. A theoretical model of dissolution and hydrate formation processes in shock waves. J. Engin. Thermophys. 18, 1–7 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1810232809010019

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Key words

  • shock wave
  • liquid
  • gas bubbles
  • dissolution
  • hydrate formation