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Towards the Implementation of Rayleigh-Taylor Instability into the Multi-Phenomena Deflagration Model
Proceedings of the Seventh International Seminar Fire and Explosion Hazards
Data obtained from experiments carried out at the FM Global large scale deflagration chamber have been used to further develop the multi-phenomena deflagration model. This model has been under development at the University of Ulster during the last decade. This expansion of the deflagration model accounts for the inclusion of Rayleigh-Taylor (RT) instability, as an additional time-dependent combustion enhancing mechanism. The previous version of the LES deflagration model without the additiondoi:10.3850/978-981-07-5936-0_14-06 fatcat:hx3xpxw6nvgpjpwb2qnw7clasi