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2019 | 138 | 2 | 93-112
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A comparative study of differential transformation and homotopy perturbation methods for transient combustion analysis for iron micro-particles in a gaseous oxidizing medium

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In this paper, a comparative study of differential transformation and homotopy perturbation methods for transient combustion analysis of iron micro-particles in a gaseous oxidizing medium is presented. Also, parametric studies are carried out to properly understand the reaction of the process and the associated burning time. Thermal radiation effect from the external surface of burning particle and variation of iron particle density with temperature are considered. The solutions obtained by DTM and HPM are compared with those of the fourth order Runge-Kutta numerical method. Results show that DTM has more accurate results between the two approximate analytical methods considered. Also, results show that by increasing the heat realized parameter, combustion temperature increased and it faster reaches to its constant value. It is envisaged that the present study will create tremendous insight into means of properly managing combustible micro particles exiting factories and production process organization.
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  • Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Lagos, Nigeria
  • Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Lagos, Nigeria
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