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Home / Journals / American Journal of Aerospace Engineering / Micro-Scale Combustion & Self-Organizing of the Micro/Nano- Structures in the Energetic Material Reactionary Zones
Micro-Scale Combustion & Self-Organizing of the Micro/Nano- Structures in the Energetic Material Reactionary Zones
Lead Guest Editor:
Alexander Lukin
Western-Caucasus Research Center, Tuapse, Krasnodar Territory, Russia
Guest Editors
Department of Applied Physics and Nanotechnology, Chuvash State University
Cheboksary, Chuvash Republic, Russia
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Center for Advanced Composites and Smart Structures, Institute of Space Technology
Islamabad, Pakistan
Australian Institute of High Energetic Materials
Gladstone, QLD, Australia
Western-Caucasus Research Center
Tuapse, Krasnodar Territory, Russia
Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa, Israel
For more than ten years, solid micro-propulsion has been an active world-wide field of research. In the combustion chambers of the solid micro-propulsion systems of the small-sized orbital maneuvering vehicles, the scale factor has the significant influence. In this connection, the micro/nano- structures arising in the energetic material reactionary zones has a large influence on physical and chemical processes and on controllability of ignition and combustion processes. The analysis of experimental data shows that in a number of cases, the macro-scale phenomena at the energetic material combustion are result of self-Organizing of the micro/nano- structures in the reactionary zones. In the Issue the new hypothesis of excitation of some combustion instabilities, that are connected with Self-Organizing of the micro/nano- structures in the reactionary zones will be discussed. This phenomenon is universal and can be understood within a common framework based on modern nonlinear dynamics. The new possibilities for effective control by ignition and combustion processes opens in connection with possibility of initiation of self-organizing of the reactionary zone by use of the electric fields and the electric discharges. Self-organizing of the reactionary zones is essentially new level of self-organizing which is determined by achievement of critical special concentration of the micro/nano- structures.
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