UKELG 2nd meeting
United Kingdom Explosion Liaison Group
HSE Buxton, 22nd June 1983
Harry Phillips, HSE,Buxton
Towards a two-fluid model for flame acceleration
A.C. Mclntosh, Cranfield Institute of Technology
Second-order theory of unsteady burner- anchored flames
H.L. Gray, University of Southampton
Numerical simulation of 2-D unsteady flames
JohnClarke, Cranfield Institute of Technology
Induction zone evolution behind a shock wave
Peter Taylor, Shell Research Ltd, Thornton
Flame stretch in pipe-like geometry - the existence of steady-state flame speeds.
R.A. Cox, Technica Ltd
Acceleration of flames due to the of rapid distortion
W.J. Hirst, Shell Research Ltd, Chester
Small-scale experiments to investigate flame acceleration using soap bubble techniques.
John. Elsworth, Shell Research Ltd
Large-scale combustion trials
Peter Thorne, Fire Research Station
Effect of flame speed on vented explosion pressures.
A.V. Howard, C.E.G.B. HarrogateSome factors thought to affect the propagation of flames in coal-milling plant