3:00 PM-5:00 PM Magpie A & B - Level B
We consider both gaseous and solid fuel combustion, e.g., employed in combustion synthesis of materials. Since the structure of the material produced, the propagation velocity, and maximum temperature are determined by the mode of propagation of the combustion wave, assessment of the quality of the material produced and the rate of flame spread must be considered because the maximum temperatures and velocities attained in dynamical modes can well exceed estimates based on steady state analysis. Analytical, numerical, and experimental approaches are employed in a variety of problems, including the dynamics of cellular, target, spinning, and spiral flames.
Organizer: Vladimir A. Volpert
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