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The detonation phenomenon

  • Autor: Lee, John H. S.
  • Editorial: Cambridge University Press

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DINÁMICA DE FLUIDOS COMPRESIBLESUnidad DidácticaBásicoMÁSTER UNIVERSITARIO EN FÍSICA DE SISTEMAS COMPLEJOS 

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This book introduces the detonation phenomenon in explosives. It is ideal for engineers and graduate students with a background in thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. The material is mostly qualitative, aiming to illustrate the physical aspects of the phenomenon. Classical idealized theories of detonation waves are presented first. These permit detonation speed, gas properties ahead of and behind the detonation wave, and the distribution of fluid properties within the detonation wave itself to be determined. Subsequent chapters describe in detail the real unstable structure of a detonation wave. One-, two-, and three-dimensional computer simulations are presented along with experimental results using various experimental techniques. The important effects of confinement and boundary conditions and their influence on the propagation of a detonation are also discussed. The final chapters cover the various ways detonation waves can be formed and provide a review of the outstanding problems and future directions in detonation research.


Primarily qualitative description of the detonation phenomena
Begins with discussion of gasdynamic theory of shocks and combustion waves
Includes discussion of future challenges and research directions

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  • Año de edición: 2008
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  • Lugar: INGLATERRA
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  • Páginas: 400
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  • ISBN: 9780521897235

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