Recent Advancements in Study of Effects of Nano Micro Additives on Solid Propellants Combustion by Means of the Data Science Methods
The efforts of Russian-Indian research team for application of the data science methods, in particular, artificial neural networks for development of the multi-factor computational models for studying effects of additive’s properties on the solid rocket propellants combustion are presented. The possibilities of the artificial neural networks (ANN) application in the generalisation of the connections between the variables of combustion experiments as well as in forecasting of “new experimental results” are demonstrated. The effect of particle size of catalyst, oxidizer surface area and kinetic parameters like activation energy and heat release on the final ballistic property of AP-HTPB based propellant composition has been modelled using ANN methods. The validated ANN models can predict many unexplored regimes, like pressures, particle sizes of oxidiser, for which experimental data are not available. Some of the regularly measured kinetic parameters extracted from non-combustion conditions could be related to properties at combustion conditions. Results predicted are within desirable limits accepted in combustion conditions.
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