C-J Detonation Studies in Hydrogen-Chlorine, Carbon Disulfide-Oxygen and Carbon Monoxide-Hydrogen-Oxygen-Nitrogen Mixtures
MCGILL UNIV MONTREAL (QUEBEC) DEPT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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Detonation properties in steady, one-dimensional, equilibrium flows have been calculated for hydrogen-chlorine, carbon disulfide oxygen and carbon monoxide hydrogen-oxygen-nitrogen mixtures at an initial temperature of 20C, initial pressures in the range from 30 to 760 torr and various initial mixture compositions. Experimental velocities in stoichiometric H2 Cl2 and CS2 302 mixtures, at atmospheric pressure initially, are about 2 larger than the calculated values and may reflect achievement of only partial equilibrium at the C-J plane.
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