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Encyclopedia > Front velocity

Front velocity is the speed at which the first rise of a pulse above zero moves forward.

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Ignitable heterogeneous stratified structure for the propagation of an internal exothermic chemical reaction along an ... (5912 words)
The propagating reaction front velocity V is dependent on the size of the reacted zone between the layers and the reactive heat that is generated by the reaction of the unreacted layers.
Velocity V is proportional to the power generated by the chemical reaction between the alternating unreacted layers.
The reaction front velocity of the multilayer structures of the invention is proportional to the power (energy/unit time) available from the reaction of unreacted layers A and B to form A.sub.x B.sub.y.
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