By Jozef Jarosinski, Bernard Veyssiere
Largely utilizing experimental and numerical illustrations, Combustion Phenomena: chosen Mechanisms of Flame Formation, Propagation, and Extinction offers a finished survey of the elemental procedures of flame formation, propagation, and extinction.
Taking you thru the phases of combustion, best specialists visually exhibit, mathematically clarify, and obviously theorize on vital actual subject matters of combustion. After a old creation to the sector, they speak about combustion chemistry, flammability limits, and spark ignition. in addition they research counterflow twin-flame configuration, flame in a vortex center, the propagation features of aspect flames, instabilities, and tulip flames. additionally, the e-book describes flame extinction in slender channels, worldwide quenching of premixed flames by means of turbulence, counterflow premixed flame extinction limits, the interplay of flames with fluids in rotating vessels, and turbulent flames. the ultimate bankruptcy explores diffusion flames in addition to combustion in spark- and compression-ignition engines. It additionally examines the transition from deflagration to detonation, besides the detonation wave constitution.
With a CD-ROM of pictures that superbly illustrate a number of combustion phenomena, this ebook allows a realistic figuring out of the tactics taking place within the belief, unfold, and extinguishment of a flame. it is going to assist you in your approach to discovering ideas to actual concerns encountered in transportation, strength new release, business strategies, chemical engineering, and hearth and explosion dangers.
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