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2000-03-06

A Comparative Study of Different Methods Used for Acoustic Analysis in a Chemically Reactive Environment 2000-01-0962

Sound propagation within high temperature hydrocarbon combustion product was considered. Different methods for calculating sound speed within chemically reacting gas mixture were reviewed. One dimensional sound propagation was assumed. Results obtained using all these methods were presented. The results were compared and it was shown how error could be generated if inappropriate model is used for acoustic analysis in a chemically reactive gas mixture.

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