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WIT Transactions on the Built Environment
This paper reports on the implementation and results obtained with a timedependent Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian Finite Volume calculation for modelling the fluid-solid interface in laminar burning of solid energetic materials. The formulation is based on the conservation equations of mass, momentum and energy troughout the moving interface. Degradation-pirolysis and combustion are taken into account in the solid and gase phase, respectively. The chemical model is implemented with 7doi:10.2495/fsi070271 fatcat:7yvyz67jtzf5ve3yxpr64sbhay