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Design Study of a Dual-Mode Ramjet Engine with Large Backward-Facing Step
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 Title & Authors
Design Study of a Dual-Mode Ramjet Engine with Large Backward-Facing Step
Yang, Inyoung; Lee, Yang-Ji; Lee, Kyung-Jae;
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 Abstract
Scaled model of a dual-mode ramjet engine with large backward-facing step, as a component of the rocket-based combined cycle engine, was designed. Design parameters were derived for this engine with the consideration of application for the rocket-based combined cycle engine. Design methodology was established for these design parameters. The design was partially verified through numerical study. Flow characteristics of the dual-mode ramjet engine with large backward-facing step was investigated experimentally. The design methodology for relevant design parameters established in this study was verified as feasible.
 Keywords
Scramjet Engine;Dual-Mode Ramjet Engine;Rocket-Based Combined Cycle;Backward-Facing Step;Hypersonic Wind Tunnel;
 Language
Korean
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