The University of Michigan,American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1986. - 664 p.Companion volumes, Dynamics of Explosions and Dynamics of Reactive Systems, present revised and edited versions papers given at the Tenth International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems held in Berkeley, CA in August 1985. Dynamics of Explosions primarily concerns the interrelationship between the rate processes of energy deposition in a compressible medium and the concurrent nonsteady flow as it typically occurs in explosion phenomena. In this volume, Dynamics of Explosions, papers have been arranged into chapters on flame acceleration and transition to detonation; initiation and transmission of detonations; detonation structure and limit propagation; detonation kinetics, structure, and boundary effects; explosions, reflections, and blast waves; heterogeneous detonations and explosions; and condensed phase shocks and detonations.Contents On the Transition from Deflagration to Detonation Influence of Chemical Composition on the Deflagration-Detonation Transition Transmission of a Flame from a Rough to a Smooth-Walled Tube Investigation of the Explosion-Enhancing Properties of a Pipe-Rack-Like Obstacle Array The Effect of Transverse Venting on Flame Acceleration and Transition to Detonation in a Large Channel Truly Unconfined Deflagrations of Ethylene-Air Mixtures The Influence of Experimental Condition on the Reinitiation of Detonation Across an Inert Region Critical Diameter of Diffraction for Strong Plane Detonations Detonation Diffraction by Divergent Channels Normal Shock Wave Reflection on Porous Compressible Material Correlation Between Shock Flame Predetonation Zone Size and Cell Spacing in Critically Initiated Spherical Detonations Critical Charge for the Direct Initiation of Detonation in Gaseous Fuel-Air Mixtures Detonation Cell Size Measurements in Hydrogen-Air-Steam Mixtures Influence of Cellular Regularity on the Behaviorof Gaseous Detonations Near-Limit Propagation of Detonation in Tubes Chemical Kinetics of Hydrogen-Air-Diluent Detonations Chemical Kinetics and Cellular Structure of Detonations in Hydrogen Sulfide and Air Influence of Hydrocarbon Additives on the Detonation Velocity of Methane-Air Mixtures at Elevated Initial Pressures The Influence of Physical Boundaries on Gaseous Detonation Waves Oblique Shock Wave Reflections in SF6: A Comparison of Calculation and Experiment Mach Reflection from an HE-Driven Blast Wave Validation of Numerical Codes for the Simulation of Blast Generated by Vapor Cloud Explosions Approximate Analytical Solutions for Strong Shocks with Variable Energy
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