Fast Flame Propagation and Ignition Process of DDT in the Boundary Layer of H2/O2 Mixture
Aftermany years research on deflagration-to-detonation transition (DDT), its process still remains a kind of mystery. Recent DDT work performed for different kind of mixtures and tubes are very promising. In this paper we will show DDT happening in the boundary layer in the mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. Additionally fast flame (supersonic deflagration) was studied using two kinds of grid systems for a calculation model.
KeywordsBoundary Layer Shock Wave Grid System Ignition Source Smooth Tube
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