Laser-Based Ignition of the Preheated Supersonic Hydrogen-Air Flow
In recent years, optical breakdown is being studied for solving of body drag decreasing in supersonic flows (see, for example, ). At the same time the focusing of the laser radiation can be used as a method for combustible gas ignition. Now such research is being fulfilled, as a rule, for low velocity flows (see, for example, ). There are some problems, which need consideration of laser-based gas ignition of supersonic flows. Numerical investigations show the reality of a stationary detonative combustion of hydrogen-air mixtures coming into the axisymmetric Laval nozzle with a high supersonic velocity ().
KeywordsShock Tube Incident Shock Incident Shock Wave Optical Breakdown Laval Nozzle
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