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Transient analysis of carbon combustion in stagnation flow
Méndez, F. and Liñán Martínez, Amable and Treviño, César
Transient analysis of carbon combustion in stagnation flow.
"Combustion and Flame", v. 75
The early history of a carbón particle is studied as it is suddenly injected into a hot oxidizing atmosphere. In this early phase, a high Reynolds number approach is appropriate. Five stages characterize the processes: (1) inert stage, (2) transition stage (ignition of the heterogeneous reaction), (3) heterogeneous diffusion controlled stage, (4) homogeneous ignition, and (5) overall diffusion-controlled stage. In this last stage, the surface temperature and the regression rate reach the fínal equilibríum valúes. Using correlations for the quasi-steady gas-phase response and Green's function for the solid phase, the evolution of the surface temperature as well the regression rate are obtained.
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