Thermal Theory of Explosion and Ignition


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Author: Feng Changgen
Language: English
Published on: 2000-01

1. Introduction
2. Generalized studies of classical thermal explosion theory: Criticality and Transition with arbitrary Biot number and reaction-rate laws
3. Asymptotic studies of classical thermal explosion theory
4. Times-to-ignition in systems with distributed temperatures: Arbitrary Biot number and general reaction-rate laws (reactant consumption ignored)
5. Classical non-stationary-state theory of thermal explosion: The influence of reactant consumption on criticality in systems with distributed temperatures, arbitrary biot number, and general reaction-rate laws
6. Thermal explosion theory for systems with parallel exothermic reactions
7. Thermal explosion theory for systems with variable thermal conductivity
8. Thermal explosion theory for systems of dispersed media with discrete reactive particles
9. Thermal explosion theory for open flow systems with exothermic reactions
10. Stationary-state theory of thermal ignition and its initiation by intense light
11. Thermal theory of forced ignition by an electrically heated wire
12. Thermal explosion, times to ignition and near-critical behaviour in uniform-temperature systems
13. Appendix 1
14. Appendix 2
15. Appendix 3
16. Appendix 4
17. References

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