Volume 4, 2013Progress in Propulsion Physics
|Page(s)||33 - 58|
|Section||Chapter One. Solid and hybryd propulsion|
|Published online||05 March 2013|
Analysis and synthesis of solutions for the agglomeration process modeling
Department of Space Vehicles and Rocket Motors Baltic State Technical University 1 First Krasnoarmeyskaya Str., St.-Petersburg 190005, Russia
The present work is devoted development of model of agglomerating process for propellants based on ammonium perchlorate (AP), ammonium dinitramide (ADN), HMX, inactive binder, and nanoaluminum. Generalization of experimental data, development of physical picture of agglomeration for listed propellants, development and analysis of mathematical models are carried out. Synthesis of models of various phenomena taking place at agglomeration implementation allows predicting of size and quantity, chemical composition, structure of forming agglomerates and its fraction in set of condensed combustion products. It became possible in many respects due to development of new model of agglomerating particle evolution on the surface of burning propellant. Obtained results correspond to available experimental data. It is supposed that analogical method based on analysis of mathematical models of particular phenomena and their synthesis will allow implementing of the agglomerating process modeling for other types of metalized solid propellants.
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