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TVT, 2015, Volume 53, Issue 1, Pages 23–28 (Mi tvt1819)  

This article is cited in 6 scientific papers (total in 6 papers)

Plasma Investigations

Kinetic model of $\mathrm{Al}$ oxidation by water vapor in heterogeneous plasma: Heterophase kinetics

V. A. Bityurin, A. I. Klimov, O. V. Korshunov, V. F. Chinnov

Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: The kinetic model of gas and heterophase plasma-chemical processes taking place in the working zone of a reactor is extended to the evaporation of aluminum from the surface of microparticles, which results in the mean value of the flux density and evaporation time. It is shown that the balance of aluminum atoms in the working zone is determined by the heterogeneous processes of evaporation of low-melting aluminum and adhesion of refractory oxides, which is the dominant aluminum-containing component of the plasma. The time of flight of microparticles through the working zone in a gas-discharge aluminum–water reactor with a pumping system is experimentally found, which, under the conditions created, coincides with the burnout time of aluminum microparticles. The mechanisms of burnout and reproduction of microparticles (evaporation and microexplosions) are determined, reducing the average size of microparticles in the working zone from $100$ to $10 \mu$m.


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High Temperature, 2015, 53:1, 21–26

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UDC: 533.92
Received: 14.12.2013

Citation: V. A. Bityurin, A. I. Klimov, O. V. Korshunov, V. F. Chinnov, “Kinetic model of $\mathrm{Al}$ oxidation by water vapor in heterogeneous plasma: Heterophase kinetics”, TVT, 53:1 (2015), 23–28; High Temperature, 53:1 (2015), 21–26

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