The quenching of a SHS sample under conditions of intense heat removal from the outer surface was investigated numerically. A two-step reaction was considered. The reaction proceeds in the reginmes of blending, control, and takeoff. It was established that in the control and takeoff regimes a significant amount of an intermediate phase is fixed during quenching. In the blending regime the relative fraction of the intermediate product in the quenched sample is small. It is shown that the method of quenching with an impacting water jet can be used to investigate phase-and structure-formation processes during SHS.
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- Chemical Engineering(all)
- Fuel Technology
- Energy Engineering and Power Technology
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