Self-action of a heat-releasing admixture in a liquid medium
Institute of Experimental Meteorology, SPA ‘Typhoon’, ul. Pobedy 4, Obninsk, Kaluga Region, 249038, Russian Federation
A heat-releasing admixture in a liquid or gaseous medium gives rise to and is transferred by convective flows and gravitational density flows, making it possible to speak of its self-induced transfer. In contrast to classical convection problems, however, the heat releasing field is not specified in this case and is solved self-consistently as also are the temperature, velocity, and admixture concentration fields. Owing to its strata stabilization and turbulence suppression effects, the admixture may be ’self-closed’ in a turbulent flow. Exact solutions of relevant nonlinear problems are presented and analyzed.