2000
DOI: 10.2514/5.9781600866562.0501.0531
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Abstract: I. IntroductionT HE past 10 years have seen an important paradigm shift in the modeling of energetic-material combustion. Models for which chemically nonspecific reaction formalisms were used have given way to models that promise to explain the detailed chemical nature of combustion through their explicit elementary-reaction mechanisms. The seminal prototypes for the chemically nonspecific models were developed during the Second World War by Parr and Crawford 1 and Rice and Ginell. 2 Typically, these models c…

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