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2016 | Nr 59 (3) | 21--44
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Przejście do detonacji w mieszaninach gazowych – przegląd stanu wiedzy

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Transition to Detonation in Gaseous Mixtures – a State of the Art
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Spalanie detonacyjne w mieszaninach gazowych stanowi największe zagrożenie w przemyśle podczas transportu tych gazów w gazociągach. Prędkość rozprzestrzeniania się fali detonacyjnej, z frontem reakcji oraz falą uderzeniową wynosi ok. 1500‒2000 m/s, w zależności od mieszaniny, a ciśnienie powstałe podczas detonacji wynosi ok. 30 razy ciśnienie początkowe. Artykuł ten ma celu dokonanie przeglądu stanu wiedzy w zakresie przejścia do detonacji w mieszaninach gazowych.
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Detonative combustion in gaseous mixtures seems to be the most hazardous phenomena in the industrial process during the pipeline transport of flammable gases. The propagation velocity of detonation wave, including the reaction front and shock wave can obtain ca. 1500‒2000 m/s, depending on gaseous mixture and detonation pressure is about 30 times initial pressure. This paper shows a state of the art in the area of transition to detonation in gaseous mixtures.
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Bibliogr. 40 poz., rys.
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  • Katedra Bezpieczeństwa Budowli i Rozpoznawania Zagrożeń Wydział Inżynierii Bezpieczeństwa Pożarowego Szkoła Główna Służby Pożarniczej
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