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The Influence of Heat Losses on the Propagation of an Exothermal Reaction Front in the Condensed Phase,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The stationary propagation of an exothermal reaction front in gas-free condensed systems has been studied previously in a number of works. In one it was shown that under specific conditions, stationary burning is unstable and the reaction front propagates in the pulsed mode the boundary separating both modes stationary and pulsating was determined, and the structure and dynamics of oscillations in the pulsation mode was studied. However, the real burning of gas-free condensed systems is always accompanied by heat losses, and therefore it is interesting to study the influence of these losses on various burning regimes. The authors do this.
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