An investigation of gas explosion transmission through short cylindrical channels of varying length and diameter: M38-8/2E-PDF

"Published work on gaseous explosion transmission leads the authors to believe that there is an optimum channel length for explosion transmission through a minimum channel diameter. This paper presents experimental results and discussion confirming the existence of such an optimum length, and the length-diameter ignition transmission characteristic for a 9.5% methane-air mixture."--Abstract.

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Department/Agency Energy, Mines and Resources Canada. Mines Branch.
Title An investigation of gas explosion transmission through short cylindrical channels of varying length and diameter
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Language [English]
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Note "Paper presented to Restricted International Conference of Directors of Safety in Mines Research July 12th to 16th 1965 held at Safety in Mines Research Establishment, Ministry of Power, Central Laboratories, Red Hill, off Broad Lane, Sheffield, 3, Great Britain." Historical publication digitized from print 2017 [by Natural Resources Canada].
Date 1966.
Number of Pages 13 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • M38-8/2E-PDF
Subject Terms Explosions, Mining industry