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“…Perhaps the most extensive study to date is the work by Lyamin and co-workers (Lyamin and Pinaev 1984;Pinaev and Lyamin 1989;Lyamin et al 1991). A variety of fuel-oxidizer mixtures were tested, predominantly in sand at different particle size ranges (.06-2.5 mm) and for a wide range of initial pressures (.01 to 5 MPa).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Perhaps the most extensive study to date is the work by Lyamin and co-workers (Lyamin and Pinaev 1984;Pinaev and Lyamin 1989;Lyamin et al 1991). A variety of fuel-oxidizer mixtures were tested, predominantly in sand at different particle size ranges (.06-2.5 mm) and for a wide range of initial pressures (.01 to 5 MPa).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The reason is that the losses depend on the length of the reaction zone, which in turn is dependent on the shock strength (or wave velocity). If ignition is not due to the planar leading shock but to hot spots arising from shock reflections and collisions (Lyamin et al 1991;Makris et al 1993), the reaction zone length is then no longer controlled by the shock strength at the front. This in turn implies that the losses themselves are not directly linked to the leading shock and hence, are not coupled to the wave's velocity.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Yet, according to Akkerman et al [24] and our own tests, the effect is not so dramatic, at least in narrow tubes. The outlined resistance concept of the dynamic transition proved to be of relevance also for explaining the parametric (gradual or hysteretic) transition from sub-CJ supersonic detonation to the near-sonic pressure-driven convective/choked regime [12,25,26] occasionally observed in obstacle-laden/porous systems [27][28][29] as the initial pressure/permeability is decreased (figure 5).…”
Section: Overviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a first approximation, one can consider the flamefront to propagate through a linear series of interconnected compartments. Flame propagation studies have been carried out in a variety of such geometries, including interconnected cylindrical volumes [7] and cubic volumes [8]. An extensive research programme was carried out at McGill University in the 1980s investigating explosion front propagation in a tube filled with periodic orifice plates that can be treated as interconnected cylindrical shaped compartments [9,10].…”
Section: Flame Propagation In Multi-compartment Channelsmentioning
confidence: 99%