By Paul A. Libby (auth.), M. Champion, B. Deshaies (eds.)
This quantity includes chosen shows of the IUTAM Symposium on `Combustion in Supersonic Flows' held in Poitiers on the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d'Aérotechnique (ENSMA) from 2 to six October 1995.
The displays specialise in 4 major issues relating to combustion in supersonic streams and useful matters suitable to the advance of recent propulsion platforms: basic reviews of premixed and unpremixed combustion, fluid dynamics elements of supersonic combustion, functional structures together with Scramjet, Ramaccelerators and Pulsed Detonation Engines, and the applying of detonation to propulsion.
very important growth has been made within the realizing of neighborhood mechanisms which permit combustion to be stabilized in a supersonic circulate; specifically, numerous mechanisms managed through blending, chemical kinetics, viscous heating and surprise waves at the moment are good pointed out. regardless of the trouble of constructing experimental paintings on supersonic combustion, a superb set of experimental facts is now on hand, permitting validation of theoretical research and versions. the most elements of modelling of turbulent combustion in excessive pace flows have been mentioned, together with the impression of turbulent fluctuations at the chemistry-controlled part of combustion and the applicability of flamelet versions to excessive pace flows. the complete variety of numerical methods is roofed together with Direct Numerical Simulation, huge Eddy Simulation, k-epsilon and surprise monitoring equipment. a substantial attempt has been made to generalize those ways to the therapy of supersonic reactive flows and to improve new numerical equipment taking into consideration the newest theoretical paintings and a greater realizing of the underlying physics.
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