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A.N. Kraiko and N.I. Tillyayeva, "The flow of a combustible mixture with a Chapman-Jouguet detonation wave around a cone," J. Appl. Math. Mech. 77 (1), 1-8 (2013)
Year 2013 Volume 77 Issue 1 Pages 1-8
Title The flow of a combustible mixture with a Chapman-Jouguet detonation wave around a cone
Author(s) A.N. Kraiko (Moscow, Russia,
N.I. Tillyayeva (Moscow, Russia)
Abstract The flow around a circular cone under conditions of Chapman-Jouguet (CJ) self-sustaining detonation is investigated in the classical formulation of an infinitely thin detonation wave (DW) in an inviscid and non-heat conducting combustible mixture. Such conditions for flow around a cone are remarkable in several respects. In 1959, Chernyi and Kvashnina had already shown that, for supersonic flows of a combustible mixture around a cone, CJ detonation, as in the case of a wedge, is not only possible for a strictly fixed cone angle (the "CJ" angle) but also for angles smaller than this (including a zero angle, that is, when there is no cone). In the case of flow around a wedge with an angle that is less than the corresponding CJ angle, a centred rarefaction wave that turns the supersonic flow in the required direction borders on the CJ DW. In the case of a cone, a conical rarefaction flow also borders on the CJ DW. However, if, in the plane case, a uniform supersonic flow adjoins the centred rarefaction wave along its boundary C+-characteristic then the conical rarefaction flow is bounded by a conical shock wave (SW), bordered up to the surface of the cone by a conical compression flow. Only for a zero cone angle does the SW degenerate into the C+-characteristic and the conical compression flow degenerates into a uniform supersonic flow. The configuration obtained in the general case became the first example of a self-similar solution with two SW of "one family" (the first of them is the DW) diverging from a single point. The results of calculations carried out in this paper with the construction of streamlines and the characteristics of the two families give a fairly complete representation of the above mentioned features of the flows considered.
Received 30 August 2012
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