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Recent documents in Papers in Chemical Reactionsen-usFri, 04 Sep 2015 19:21:45 PDT3600Analysis of homogeneous combustion in Monolithic structures
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An analytical method is used to solve the problem of homogeneous combustion in a monolith.The solid phase acts as burner support. Heat is conducted much more effectively in the solid phase and preheating of the gas is more effective. The flame temperature exceeds the adiabatic value. Solutions are presented for different velocities and feed concentrations
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Dr. Hendrik J . Viljoen Chemically Driven Convection in a Porous Medium.
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This paper is focused on the analysis of interaction of free convection and exothermic chemical reaction. As a consequence of the chemical reaction, free convection effects can result. It is difficult to perform an analytical bifurcation analysis of the full nonlinear govern-ing equations; however, Fourier expansion combined with a Galerkin approximation results in a small s e t of ordinary nonlinear differential equations (initial value problem) that are amenable to analysis. Conditions for branching of the solution can be determined in an analytical way. A continuation algorithm makes it possible to calculate the branches of sta-bility. The results of the approximate analysis are supported by the numerical integration of the full governing nonlinear equations
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