HOUSTON (CyHAN)- The Burning Rate
Emulator is a gas fuel investigation attempting to emulate the burning of solids to improve our understanding of materials''flammability over a wide range of conditions.
What has kept hybrid-rocket fuels out of shuttle designs, as well as out of any existing plans for rockets that carry heavy loads, is the fuels' slow burning rate.
After extensive searches of the chemistry and physics literature, Karabeyoglu finally traced the reason for the quick burning rate to a property of some thin liquid films that was first reported in 1966.
We mentioned earlier that peroxides vary widely in their flammability and burning rate
The burning rate models are also presented as an aid to understanding the rate-controlling steps of combustion processes, thus demonstrating the relationships of burning rate versus pressure and initial temperature.
Appendix B: Measurements of Burning Rate and Combustion Wave Structure Appendix C: Dynamics in Flow Field