Dynamics of Combustion Systems [electronic resource] / by Antoni K. Oppenheim.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XVIII, 359 p. 224 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540326076Subject(s): Engineering | Chemistry, Physical organic | Chemical engineering | Hydraulic engineering | Engineering | Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer | Physical Chemistry | Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering | Classical Continuum Physics | Engineering Fluid DynamicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.4021 LOC classification: TJ265QC319.8-338.5Online resources: Click here to access online
Exothermicity -- Thermodynamic Aspects -- Evolutionary Aspects -- Heat Transfer Aspects -- Chemical Kinetic Aspects -- Field -- Aerodynamic Aspects -- Random Vortex Method -- Gasdynamic Aspects -- Fronts and Interfaces -- Explosion -- Blast Wave Theory -- Self-Similar Solution -- Phase Space Method -- Detonation.
Combustion systems are confined fields of compressible fluids where exothermic processes of combustion take place, subject to boundary conditions imposed at its borders. The subject of Dynamics of Combustion Systems is presented in three parts: Part 1. Exothermicity – considering the thermodynamic effects due to evolution of exothermic energy in a combustion system Chapter 1. Thermodynamic Aspects Chapter 2. Evolutionary Aspects Chapter 3. Heat Transfer Aspects Chapter 4. Chemical Kinetic Aspects Part 2. Field– exposing the dynamic properties of flow fields where the exothermic energy is deposited Chapter 5. Aerodynamic Aspects Chapter 6. Random Vortex Method Chapter 7. Gasdynamic Aspects Chapter 8. Gasdynamic Fronts Part 3. Explosions – revealing the dynamic features of fields and fronts due to rapid deposition of exothermic energy Chapter 9. Blast Wave Theory Chapter 10. Self-Similar Solution Chapter 11. Phase Space Method Chapter 12. Detonation