volume 152, issue 1-2, P262-271 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.05.008
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Abstract: Combustion of titanium particles in air is of interest for applications to pyrotechnic countermeasures against chemical or bacteriological pollution, synthesis of nanoscale titania, and fire/explosion safety in metallurgical and SHS technologies. In this work, combustion of single titanium particles is studied using electrodynamic balance (levitation) and laser ignition. High-speed digital video recording and a photomultiplier are used for diagnostics. Based on the obtained data, empirical formulas are propos…

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