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TitleHydrodynamic bidimensional stability of detonation wave solutions for reactive mixtures
Author(s)Carvalho, F.
Kremer, G. M.
Marques Jr, W.
Bianchi, M. Pandolfi
Soares, A. J.
KeywordsChemical kinetics
Kinetic theory of gases and liquids
Numerical simulations
Eulerian reactive mixtures
Detonation waves
Hydrodynamic stability
Issue dateAug-2019
PublisherIOP Publishing
JournalJournal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment
Abstract(s)The structure of a planar detonation wave is analyzed for an Eulerian mixture of ideal gases undergoing the symmetric reversible explosive reaction A1 + A1 = A2 + A2. The chemical rate law is derived from the reactive Boltzmann equation, showing a detailed chemical kinetics in terms of a second-order reaction rate. The hydrodynamic bidimensional stability of the detonation wave is also investigated using a normal mode approach, when small time-space transverse disturbances affect the shock wave location. A suitable numerical technique is here proposed in order to solve the stability problem and numerical results are provided illustrating the detonation wave structure and its instability spectrum.
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