Indexed on: 23 Oct '15Published on: 23 Oct '15Published in: Combustion, Explosion, and Shock Waves
The problem of calculating the characteristics of the agglomerates formed during combustion of high-energy composite solid propellants is considered. It is shown that the mathematical models developed by the authors can be used for different propellant formulations to evaluate not only the dispersion of agglomerates, but also their quantity, chemical composition, and structure. The rules (algorithm) of using the developed models for a wide range of propellant formulations are determined. Modeling results for a number of propellant formulations based on various components are analyzed.