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Careful planning of research, together with cooperative research eﬀorts among several investigators, resulted in better understanding of the practical issues and faster transition of the knowledge to the design community. A rapid advance in supercomputing and massively parallel processing has brought forth computational capabilities hitherto unheard of. Computational combustion dynamics has paved a new route to perform numerical experiments and to guide experimentalists to design more optimal test conﬁgurations .
The numerical model and the software created make it possible to determine the combustion and ignition characteristics of polydispersed mixtures. The model has been validated with experiments. In an experimental eﬀort, measurements of turbulent ﬂame speeds in gaseous reactants in a classic cylindrical Taylor–Couette burner were made by Ralph Aldredge at the University of California at Davis (Chapter 15). The study established sensitivity of the turbulent ﬂame speed to turbulence intensity, and provided some inﬂuence of ﬂame front wrinkling on ﬂame propagation.
After hours, or even days, the 1 H NMR spectra showed only completely unreacted starting material, in each case. No reaction occurred even upon heating at 40 ◦ C. To test for the conversion of catalyst activity with time, norbormene was added to one of the basketene reaction mixtures after 2 days and it was readily polymerized, while the basketene remained intact. Work continues on ﬁnding conditions for successful polymerization. (b) Polymerization attempts in the presence of the molybdenum catalyst (compound 23) Procedure Reactions were carried out under argon, in sealed NMR tubes, at room temperature or with mild heating.