Mathematical Theory of Laminar Combustion. 7. Cylindrical and Spherical Premixed Flames
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CORNELL UNIV ITHACA NY DEPT OF THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS
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This report is Chapter VII of the twelve in a forthcoming research monograph on the mathematical theory of laminar combustion. Cylindrical and spherical premixed flames are discussed, the latter with a view to application to the burning monopropellant drop. Cylindrical flames have a planar character, while spherical flames exhibit ignition and extinction.
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