Combustion Dynamics of Biocidal Metal-Based Energetic Components in Turbulent Reactive Flows
Technical rept. 1 Feb 2010-1 Feb 2015
ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN DEPT OF MECHANICAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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This research seeks to quantify reaction kinetics and describe combustion dynamics of novel, biocidal, metal-based energetic materials. Techniques and facilities being developed to analyze Al reactions will be applied to novel metal systems, including TiB, All, etc. The objectives of this research will be addressed by quantifying reaction dynamics of multicomponent reactive materials with biocidal products, identifying effects of environment, turbulence, and anaerobic reactions on combustion mechanism, and simplifying reaction models for use in large scale codes describing practical systems.
- Physical Chemistry