2 edition of study of ignition and propagation of combustive synthesis reaction between titanium and carbon found in the catalog.
study of ignition and propagation of combustive synthesis reaction between titanium and carbon
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|Statement||by Abel Hernandez-Guerrero.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||292 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||292|
The correlations between ignition behavior and the material properties, the thermodynamic and kinetic properties, as well as the experimental conditions were discussed. The calculations indicated that only those systems with δH/C p > × 10 3 (K) will give rise to a self-propagating combustion reaction without external energy input. Thus. ignition time and the combustion time). The time from heating to the occurrence of SHS reaction which corresponded to a large numbers of TiC is called ignition time. Therefore, the time through the plateau in the temperature–time profiles is the ignition time. Fig.1 Temperature-time history of the center of compacts during laser induced self.
Combustion Reactions: Common Formula: Fuel [Hydrocarbons] + Oxygen → Carbon Dioxide + Water (+ Energy) The use of a fuel (combustible material) with oxygen to form carbon dioxide and water. Example: CH4 + O2 → CO2 + H2O; There is an exothermic enthalpy change AKA Heat is released; CO is a product of incomplete combustion. Example of fuels. An experimental methodology is presented to investigate the ignition in combustion synthesis. The aim of this work is to study the ignition phenomena, separating the initiation from the propagation process. The reactions were activated by a CO 2 laser with a power range from 20 to 60 W. The experimental configuration was set to avoid the sample.
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A study of ignition and propagation of combustive synthesis reaction between titanium and carbon Public Deposited. presents the results of an experimental and numerical evaluation of the propagation velocity for the SHS solid-solid reaction of titanium and carbon, as well as a study of the ignition process for the reaction.
The experimental Cited by: 1. A study of ignition and propagation of combustive synthesis reaction between titanium and carbon. Get PDF (9 MB) Abstract. Graduation date: Combustive Synthesis or Self-Propagating High-Temperature\ud Synthesis (SHS), is an energy-efficient combustion\ud method of producing metallic, ceramic and composite\ud materials from their.
High temperatures were reached during the reaction, especially with the synthesis of titanium nitride and the low carbon additions in which the combustion temperature reached between and °C in the ignition zone. Above the carbon ratio of 10 at.%, the increase in the carbon ratio resulted in a decrease in the combustion by: The combustion synthesis of titanium aluminide (TiAl) starting from elemental powders in the self-propagating mode was investigated.
A novel technique involving inductive preheating and ignition was utilized to initiate the reaction in a powder mixture by: Propagation of a combustion wave in a titanium-carbon system with halide-containing organic additives,” Preprint Institute of Chemical Physics G V N A Nikogosov S L Nersisyan.
[8*]. A TG-DTA-MS study of self-ignition in SHS of mechanically activated Al-C powder mixtures showed that the disordered C served as the ignition source for the SHS reaction . Field activated (ZOV) combustion synthesis has been used by Munir and co-workers to activate low.
Combustion synthesis of titanium diboride(TiB2) from titanium(Ti) and boron(B) powders was studied by theoretical calculation and experimental analysis.
In high temperature range or in low temperature range, the calculated activation energies are KJ/mol or KJ/mol respectively, which is described by a change from dissolution-precipitation controlled process to diffusion-controlled process.
The feasibility of synthesizing the titanium aluminides Ti3Al and TiAl through field-activated, self-propagating combustion synthesis is demonstrated. A self-sustaining combustion wave can be initiated only when the imposed field is above a threshold value for each of these two aluminides.
At the threshold values, wave propagation resulted in an incomplete reaction between the metals and the.
Reaction ignition and chemical mechanisms in volume combustion synthesis of TiB 2 via TiO 2 –B 2 O 3 –Mg precursors were studied using in-situ differential thermal analysis, X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy and thermochemical modeling.
Mg–TiO 2 samples ignited at °C through a sudden single step solid-solid reaction while Mg–B 2 O 3 samples ignited at °C. A.S. Mukasyan, K.V. Manukyan, in Nanomaterials Synthesis, Abstract. Combustion synthesis (CS) of advanced materials is an energy-saving and efficient approach, which can occur in the solid, liquid, and gas phases.
CS can be accomplished in two different modes. First is a self-propagating mode. In this case, the reactive media are locally preheated by an external source to the ignition.
Porous titanium carbide (TiC) and TiC/Ti composites were synthesized by self-propagating high-temperature synthesis (SHS). Titanium and carbon powders were blended by various Ti/C blending ratios. The heat of reaction between titanium and carbon was high enough to induce the self-sustaining reaction of TiC formation on condition that some processing parameters (Ti/C ratio and.
Maximum combustion temperatures measured in this study under different test conditions are plotted in Fig. 3, which indicates that the temperature is nearly independent of the nitrogen pressure, but varies with the initial sample general, the peak combustion temperature decreases with an increase in the carbon content of the sample, implying that the reaction between.
The ignition temperature of the exothermic reaction (SHS) that occurs between Ti and Al, was considered as the key parameter of the sintering process, leading to the study of sintering cycles that.
From the recorded images of combustion wave propagation during the combustion synthesis of titanium carbide, real time combustion velocities have been determined with increase of density of the compact.
Results demonstrate that the combustion velocity exhibits a maximum with increase of density of the compact, and the wave propagates in a steady-state manner. After melting down of aluminium and completion of the exothermic reaction between mixing powder of carbon, aluminium, titanium or tungsten, zirconium, niobium and tantalum, boron in the form of AI.
The propagation of a combustion front during Ni-Al combustion synthesis is often extinguished halfway through the reaction, due to the lower exothermic heat of the metallic reactions.
The results showed that the combustion reaction between titanium and carbon began with reaction diffusion of carbon into the surface layer of titanium powder, leading to the formation of a TiC shell around the titanium powder. Powder Purity and Morphology Effects in Combustion-Synthesis Reactions (L.
Kecskes, et al.). Simultaneous Synthesis and Densification of Ceramic Components Under Gas Pressure by SHS (Y. Miyamoto & M.
Koizumi). The Use of Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis of High-Density Titanium Diboride (P. Zavitsanos, et al.). Combustion syntheses of the (Ti-B-C) system have been investigated through measurements of its reaction heats and propagation rates.
In order to clarify the reaction propagation characteristics, powder mixture compositions and the constituent carbon sizes were varied. As a result of the present work, it has been confirmed that the variation of the propagation rate related to the mixture ratios. Sachkova's research works with citations and 4, reads, including: Thermal Explosion in a 2Co–Ti–Al System: Combustion, Phase Formation, and Properties.
The ignition propensity of titanium was determined by frictional ignition testing and the combustibility determined by promoted combustion testing. Results indicate that the Pv products required for ignition by friction are ×10 8 W/m 2 (×10 6 psi ft/min) and in percent oxygen titanium is combustible at pressures as low as The combustion synthesis and densification process for titanium diboride and iron layered materials in the process of Self-propagating high-temperature synthesis of titanium diboride, variation of the initial temperature, amount of diluent and particle size of raw materials had effect on the adiabatic temperature, fraction of melted product and propagation rate of the combustion process, were.The ignition temperature of the reaction between titanium and carbon was significantly decreased by the addition of aluminum.
This was explained by the fact that the aluminum provides an easier route for reactant mass transfer, thus significantly increasing the reaction rate of the reaction between titanium and carbon.