Combustion Physics by Chung K. Law

By Chung K. Law

Some time past numerous many years, combustion has developed from a systematic self-discipline that was once mostly empirical to at least one that's quantitative and predictive. those advances are characterised through the canonical formula of the theoretical starting place, the robust interaction among concept, scan, and computation, and the unified description of the jobs of fluid mechanics and chemical kinetics. This graduate-level textual content contains those advances in a complete remedy of the elemental rules of combustion physics. The presentation emphasizes analytical skillability and actual perception, with the previous accomplished via whole, although abbreviated, derivations at diversified degrees of rigor, and the latter via actual interpretations of analytical options, experimental observations, and computational simulations. workouts are usually spinoff in nature that allows you to additional boost the student's mastery of the idea. Implications of the basic wisdom won herein on functional phenomena are mentioned every time applicable. those distinguishing beneficial properties offer a high-quality beginning for an instructional application in combustion technology and engineering.

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1965. Flame Structure. McGraw-Hill. Gaydon, A. G. & Wolfhard, H. G. 1970. Flames. Chapman and Hall. Kohse-Hoinghaus, ¨ K. & Jeffries, J. B. 2002. Applied Combustion Diagnostics. Taylor and Francis. Lawton, J. & Weinberg F. J. 1969. Electrical Aspects of Combustion. Clarendon. Oran, E. S. & Boris, J. P. 2001. Numerical Simulation of Reactive Flow. Cambridge. Ross, H. 2001. Microgravity Combustion. Academic. Sirignano, W. A. 1999. Fluid Dynamics and Transport of Droplets and Sprays. Cambridge. Journals Acta Astronautica AIAA Journal ASME Transaction: Journal of Heat Transfer ASME Transaction: Journal of Engineering for Power Combustion and Flame Combustion, Explosion, and Shock Waves Combustion Science and Technology Combustion Theory and Modeling International Journal of Chemical Kinetics International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Journal of Chemical Physics Journal of Fluid Mechanics Journal of Physical Chemistry Journal of Propulsion and Power Physics of Fluids Progress in Energy and Combustion Science Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 15:9 P1: PXT 0521870526c01 CUFX045/Law Printer: cupusbw 0 521 87052 6 July 19, 2006 1 Chemical Thermodynamics Chemical thermodynamics is concerned with the description of the equilibrium states of reacting multicomponent systems.

30) derived for the totally gaseous system, except now there is no partial pressure for the condensed phase in Eq. 40). 7. Multiple Reactions We now return to our study of chemical equilibrium in general. 13). However, in practically all chemically reacting systems there invariably exists a large number of chemical species and therefore reactions. 13) to a multiple reaction scheme consisting of K reactions is N N νi,kMi νi,kMi , k = 1, 2, . . , K. 42) is described by its own equilibrium relation N (ν −νi,k ) pi,ki,k = Kp,k(T), k = 1, 2, .

C. 1979. Detonations. University of California. Fristrom, R. M. & Westenberg, A. A. 1965. Flame Structure. McGraw-Hill. Gaydon, A. G. & Wolfhard, H. G. 1970. Flames. Chapman and Hall. Kohse-Hoinghaus, ¨ K. & Jeffries, J. B. 2002. Applied Combustion Diagnostics. Taylor and Francis. Lawton, J. & Weinberg F. J. 1969. Electrical Aspects of Combustion. Clarendon. Oran, E. S. & Boris, J. P. 2001. Numerical Simulation of Reactive Flow. Cambridge. Ross, H. 2001. Microgravity Combustion. Academic. Sirignano, W.

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