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A Study on the Hypersonic Air-breathing Engine Ground Test Facility Composition and Characteristics
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Hypersonic Air-breathing Engine Ground Test Facility Composition and Characteristics
Lee, Yang-Ji; Kang, Sang-Hun; Yang, Soo-Seok;
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 Abstract
In order to know the characteristics of the hypersonic air-breahting engine, high altitude and Mach number ground test is necessary. Therefore, high pressure and high temperature condition should be simulated to do ground test of the hypersonic air-breathing engine. In this paper, the hypersonic air-breathing engine ground test facility of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute was introduced and the composition and characteristics were described.
 Keywords
Hypersonic Air-breathing Engine Ground Test Facility;Hypersonic Air-breathing Propulsion System;Air Ejector System;Pitot-rake;Normal Shock Efficiency;
 Language
Korean
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