Ignition and Wave Processes in Combustion of Solids
This book focuses on the application of classical combustion theory to ignition and flame propagation in solid-solid and gas-solid systems. It presents experimental investigations in the areas of local ignition, filtration combustion, self-propagating high temperature synthesis and nanopowders protection. The authors highlight analytical formulas used in different areas of combustion in solids and propose an approach based on classical combustion theory. The book attempts to analyze the basic approaches to understanding of solid-solid and solid - gas combustion presented in contemporary literature in a unified approach based on classical combustion theory. Professor Rubtsov (Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Material Science Russian Academy of Sciences) works in the areas of experimental chemical kinetics, branching chain processes, detonation; vibronically excited particles as intermediates of complicated chain reactions; numerical simulation of combustion processes, protecting of metallization layers in VLSI; tautomeric equilibriums; solid combustion, nanoparticles combustion. He has published two other books with Springer: The Modes of Gaseous Combustion (Heat and Mass Transfer, 2016) and Key Factors of Combustion, From Kinetics to Gas Dynamics (Springer Aerospace Technology, 2017). Dr. Boris Seplyarskii (Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Material Science Russian Academy of Sciences) has expertise on theory and mathematical modeling of gasless and filtration combustion including combustion synthesis of materials, as well as on theory of ignition of condensed and two-phase media and the theory of ignition of gas suspensions. Professor Michail I. Alymov is the Director of the Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science Russian Academy of Sciences, (ISMAN) and Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. His research interest are on material science, powder metallurgy and nanomaterials.
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