by Institute for Aerospace Studies, University of Toronto] in [Toronto .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 18-19.
|Statement||by D. E. Roberts.|
|Series||UTIAS technical note ;, no. 140|
|LC Classifications||TL507 .T6 no. 140|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v l., 19 p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||76556977|
A spectroscopic study was made of imploding shock waves in a hemispherical chamber filled with an O 2 -H 2 -He mixture at high pressure (̃10 atm). The waves were generated by reflecting an exploding detonation wave off the periphery of the by: Spectroscopic investigation of combustion- driven spherical implosion waves: Author and Affiliation: Glass, I. I. Roberts, D. E. Abstract: Spectroscopic study of imploding shock waves in hemispherical chamber filled with O-H-He mixture at Cited by: 2. Spectroscopic investigation of combustion- driven spherical implosion waves. By D. E. Roberts and I. I. Glass. Abstract. Spectroscopic study of imploding shock waves in hemispherical chamber filled with O-H-He mixture at high pressur Topics: THERMODYNAMICS AND COMBUSTION Author: D. E. Roberts and I. I. Glass. SPECTROSCOPIC INVESTIGATION OF METAL COMBUSTION Thomas A. Brzustowski* and Irvin Glassman/ P r i n c e t o n U n i v e r s i t y, P r i n c e t o n, N. J. Abstract Time resolved spectroscopy, ordinary flame spectra and photographs establish the fact that Al and Mg can burn in the vapor phase and Zr cannot in a flash bulb environment.
In a pioneering work, Guderley , () published a self-similar solution of the amplification of strong converging spherical and cylindrical shock waves close to the center of convergence. Another solution to the problem was presented by Stanyukovich , and since then a large number of analytical and numerical studies have been conducted. 'An Experimental Investigation of Spherical Combustion for the UTIAS Implosion-Driven Launcher'. UTIAS Technical Note 71 (September ). Also, Aerospace Research Laboratories, Report,4RL 64, (October ) s Wmso~, J, D, "Implosion-Driven Hypervelocity Launcher Performance Using Gaseous Detonation Waves'. Analytical and experimental research on non-stationary shock waves, rarefaction waves and contact surfaces has been conducted continuously at UTIAS since its inception in Some unique facilities were used to study the properties of planar, cylindrical and spherical shock waves and their interactions. Investigations were also performed on shock-wave structure and boundary layers in. ELSEVIER Physics Letters A () 15 April PHYSICS LETTERS A Structure and stability of a spherical implosion P.H. Roberts', C.C. Wu b '' Department of Mathematics, University of California, Angeles, CA USA b Department of .
Roberts, D., Glass, I.: Spectroscopic investigation of combustion driven spherical implosion waves. Phys. Flu () CrossRef Google Scholar. D. Roberts and I. Glass, “ Spectroscopic investigation of combustion-driven spherical implosion waves,” Phys. Flu (). , Google Scholar Scitation; 9. R. Roig and I. Glass, “ Spectroscopic study of combustion-driven implosions,” Phys. Flu (). information. Radio waves have insufficient energy to effect molecules but affect nuclear spin energy states found in magnetic fields. This latter interaction is most important because it is used in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. 2. NMR theory () A. All nuclei with unpaired protons or neutrons are magnetically active- they. D. E. Roberts and I. I. Glass, “ Spectroscopic investigation of combustion-driven spherical implosion waves,” Phys. Flu – (). , Google Scholar Scitation; T. Saito and I. I. Glass, “ Temperature measurements at an implosion focus,” Proc. R. Soc. London, Ser.