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shock tube in high-temperature chemical physics

A. G. Gaydon

shock tube in high-temperature chemical physics

by A. G. Gaydon

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Published by Chapman & Hall in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] A.G. Gaydon and I.R. Hurle.
ContributionsHurle, Ian Roy.
The Physical Object
Pagination307p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages307
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19221694M

  Study of the High-Temperature Autoignition of n-Alkane/O/Ar Mixtures. A shock tube and chemical kinetic modeling study of the pyrolysis and oxidation of butanols. Combustion and Flame, Vol. , No. 6. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 20, No. 1. Petrie-Repar, P. & Jacobs, P. A. A computational study of shock speeds in high-performance shock tubes. Shock Waves 8, 79 – Rothkopf, E. M. & Low, W. Diaphragm opening process in shock tubes.

2. Chemical (single pulse) shock tube: CST-l The chemical shock tube, CST -1, is an aluminium tube of mm dianleter. It has m long driver section and m long driven section separated by an aluminium diaphragm. The length of the driver and/or driven section could be varied by adding small segments (Fig.l). Two. Abstract. Strong shock wave interactions with ceramic material ceria (CeO 2) in presence of O 2 and N 2 gases were investigated using free piston driven shock tube (FPST). FPST is used to heat the test gas to very high temperature of about – K (estimated) at pressure of about – MPa for short duration (2–4 ms) behind the reflected shock wave.

  Gaydon A G and Hurle I R The Shock Tube in High-Temperature Chemical Physics (New York: Reinhold) Glass I I and Sislian J P Non Stationary Flows and Shock Waves (Oxford: Clarendon) Hagemann G, Immich H, Nguyen T V and Dumnov D E Advanced rocket nozzles J. Propul. However, the model provides excellent agreement for the auto-ignition results obtained in the RCM and the high temperature shock induced ignition delays. Significant disparities with the model predictions are obtained for the shock tube results at temperatures below K as it transitions from the intermediate to the low temperature regime.


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Get this from a library. The shock tube in high-temperature chemical physics. [A G Gaydon; I R Hurle]. Shock tube in high-temperature chemical physics. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A G Gaydon; I R Hurle.

Literatur The Shock Tube in High Temperature Chemical Physics, von A. Gaydon und I. Hurle. Verlag Chapman and Hall Ltd., London by: The Shock Tube in High-Temperature Chemical Physics A. Gaydon, University of London, England, 7.

Hurle, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Buffalo, New York. Reinhold Publishing Corp., New York, ix-f pp. Figs, and tables. J X 22 cm. * During theyears since war there has been a rapid increase in the amount of research on the properties of high tem-perature gases.

Accounts of Chemical Research. Photocrystallographic Studies on Transition Metal Nitrito Metastable Linkage Isomers: Manipulating the Metastable State.

Journal of the American Chemical Society. Preparation of 2-Substituted Acetamides. Analytical Chemistry. pH sensor based on immobilized fluoresceinamine. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Abstract A novel, diaphragmless shock tube (DFST) has been developed for use in high temperature chemical kinetic studies.

The design of the apparatus is presented along with performance data that demonstrate the range and reproducibility of. We have established two shock tubes for measuring the kinetic reaction rates at high temperatures with two different but complementary detection techniques.

The first one is a single pulse shock. Shock-Tube Physics. Shock tubes are ideal devices for studying combustion and chemical kinetics at high temperature and pressure. These devices produce these conditions by generating a shock wave to compress and heat the test gas (e.g.

methane-air, etc.). A shock tube generates a shock wave using a section of high-pressure gas (referred to as driver section, usually filled with helium) and a section. Shock Tubes. By J. WRIGHT.

London: Methuen, pp. 13s. The Shock Tube in High-temperature Chemical Physics. By A. GAYDON Although the principle of the shock tube was described by Vieille towards the end of the last century, the development of the shock tube.

x z y The Shock Tube problem Studied by Gary A. Sod in 1D problem analytical solutions are known used to test and validate computational fluidmodels p = kPa u = 0 m/s ρ = kg/m3 p = 10 kPa u = 0 m/s ρ = kg/m3 diaphragm Studied by Gary A.

Sod in from book 29th International Symposium on Shock The Shock Tube in High-Temperature Chemical Physics. Book. Jan ; A. Gaydon; I. Hurle March Journal of Physics E Scientific. Physics of Shock Waves and High-Temperature Hydrodynamic Phenomena, Volume II presents interpretations of the physical basis of shockwaves and high-temperature hydrodynamic phenomena and gives practical guidance to those who work with these subjects in science and modern technology.

The shock tube is an instrument used to replicate and direct blast waves at a sensor or a model in order to simulate actual explosions and their effects, usually on a smaller scale.

Shock tubes can also be used to study aerodynamic flow under a wide range of temperatures and pressures that are difficult to obtain in other types of testing facilities. Shock tubes are also used to investigate compressible flow.

Gaydon and I. Hurle, The Shock Tube in High Temperature Chemical Physics (Chapman and Hall, London, ), Chap. Google Scholar © American Institute of Physics. Introduction to Shock Tubes. Basic concept: High-pressure driver gas expands upon diaphragm opening, creating shock wave. Test gas is instantaneously compressed and heated to combustion temperatures by incident and reflected shocks.

High-temperature. A unique high-pressure single pulse shock tube has been used to obtain the first experimental data for ethane oxidation and pyrolysis at very high pressures and temperatures. Experiments were performed at two nominal reaction pressures of bar and bar in.

Shock tubes §1. The use of shock tubes for studying kinetics in chemical physics §2. Principle of operation §3. Elementary shock tube theory §4. Electromagnetic shock tubes' §5. Methods of measurement for various quantities V. Absorption and emission of radiation in gases at high temperatures §1.

Introduction. A shock-tube facility consisting of two, single-pulse shock tubes for the study of fundamental processes related to gas-phase chemical kinetics and the formation and reaction of solid and liquid aerosols at elevated temperatures is described.

This delay time is an important parameter for the engine designer and is typically determined experimentally. An experimental device capable of producing high-temperature and high-pressure conditions to perform such measurements is the shock tube.

Typical pressure and OH* profiles and method of determination of the ignition delay time [1].Shock Tube Techniques in Chemical Kinetics. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry Vol. (Volume publication date October ) Nanoscale Sensors for Physics and Biology.

Romana Schirhagl, Kevin Chang, Michael Loretz, and Christian L. Degen. A shock tube technique was employed to study the thermal decomposition of cellulose in an inert argon gas under the conditions of high temperature, high heating rate, and short reaction times.

The influence of temperature and reaction times on product yields and their distribution were investigated.