Accession Number : ADA255999


Title :   Transport Phenomena and Interfacial Kinetics in Multiphase Combustion Systems. Revision


Descriptive Note : Annual technical rept. 15 Feb 1991-14 Feb 1992,


Corporate Author : YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CT DEPT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING


Personal Author(s) : Rosner, Daniel E


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a255999.pdf


Report Date : Aug 1992


Pagination or Media Count : 67


Abstract : This annual technical report summarizes Yale High Temperature Chemical Reaction Engineering Laboratory research activities (under Grant AFOSR 91-0170) for the one-year period ending 14 February 1992. Among our research results described in detail in the cited references (Section 5). Perhaps the most notweworthy are the development of: Rl rational correction factors to account for the effects of suspended particle morphology on convective diffusion mass deposition rate's R2 quantitative criteria for influence of particle thermophoresis on the structure of two-phase laminar counterflow diffusion flames (potentially useful to predict IR radiation from such flames and optimize particle properties in synthesis applications) R3 quantitative methods for predicting/correlating the effects of particle inertia on thermophoretic deposition across laminar boundary layers on targets with streamwise curvature (experimentally verified by our seeded micro-combustor experiments on concave ribbon targets) 15 presentations and 2 PhD dissertations have resulted from this research program. Copies of 3 reprints appearing during this period are included in the Appendices (Section 6) of this report.


Descriptors :   *INTERFACES , *COMBUSTION , *TRANSPORT , *KINETICS , REPRINTS , RADIATION , SOOT , TEMPERATURE , HIGH TEMPERATURE , MORPHOLOGY , THESES , TARGETS , DIFFUSION , LABORATORIES , CHEMICAL REACTIONS , ENGINEERING , PARTICLES , CURVATURE , DEPOSITION , COMBUSTORS , PHASE , AGGLOMERATES , FLAMES , BOUNDARY LAYER , STRUCTURES , MASS , LAYERS , INERTIA , SYNTHESIS , CHEMICALS


Subject Categories : Physical Chemistry
      Fluid Mechanics
      Thermodynamics
      Combustion and Ignition


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