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“…Explosions of particulates (i.e., dust explosions, mist explosions) resemble gas and vapor explosions in that like gases/vapors, particulate explosions occur via chemical combustion; both deflagration and detonation are possible [35]. Additionally, maximum explosion pressures of explosions of particulates are generally similar to maximum explosion pressures of gas/vapor explosions.…”
Section: Similarities Of Gas/vapor and Particulate Explosionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Explosions of particulates (i.e., dust explosions, mist explosions) resemble gas and vapor explosions in that like gases/vapors, particulate explosions occur via chemical combustion; both deflagration and detonation are possible [35]. Additionally, maximum explosion pressures of explosions of particulates are generally similar to maximum explosion pressures of gas/vapor explosions.…”
Section: Similarities Of Gas/vapor and Particulate Explosionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Within the frame of the synergetic theory, a set of papers devoted to the nonlinear analysis of weak perturbation development in a nonequilibrium medium with relaxation is worth noting [88][89][90]. Using the evolution equation, the dynamics of nonlinearity growth was analyzed and the incipience of self-organized dissipative structures was obtained from the initial white-noise-type weak perturbations.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Qualitatively, the result is the same, if instead of the zero phases one monitors the maxima of the perturbation amplitude or other characteristic points of the transverse perturbation. It is hardly possible to speak about the adequate correspondence of the multifront detonation cells and the idealized model [88][89][90], but some qualitative features (for example, modification of regularity of a calculated cellular structure at variation of the activation energy in the induction zone) appear rather interesting and promising. Note that the size of a characteristic structure calculated in [90] appeared to be "proportional to a virtual length of the reaction zone.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…In some models, the detonation cell size is expressed via the reaction zone length (or induction zone length) [4,[16][17][18][19] determined by the one-dimensional model. 3 In particular, in [19][20][21], the model that ignores the dissipative properties of the single-phase medium yields the estimate…”
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confidence: 99%