Extended near field modelling and droplet size distribution for fuel air explosive warhead
Keywords: Fuel air explosive warhead, Mean mass diameter, Dispersal modelling, Fuel ejection mode
Abstract"A theoretical model is developed for the prediction of the mean-mass diameter of droplets produced by the fragmentation of liquid fuel sheet and film in a fuel-air explosive (FAE) device after the detonation of the central burster charge. This model does not contain arbitrarily assumed values for the instabilities as in presently available models. Also, a distribution model for the initial distribution of the droplet diameter, which depends on the design parameters of the FAE device, is presented. "
How to Cite
Singh, S., & Singh, V. (2002). Extended near field modelling and droplet size distribution for fuel air explosive warhead. Defence Science Journal, 51(3), 303-314. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.51.2244
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