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 Title & Authors
Localized Development of Propellant Mixer
Kim, Kyungmoo; Khil, Taeock; Hong, Myungpyo; Doh, Yeunsung;
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 Abstract
The propellant mixer for charging of solid rocket motors is one of the most important equipments. For the propellant mixer is export control item, it's hard to purchase it directly from abroad. The Mixer was developed locally to overcome export control which precludes us from import. This paper includes the introduction for general mixers and the process of mixer development progressed by LIGNex1. Finally, The mixer is verified the performance using measurements of clearance between blade-blade and blade-bowl and flow simulation with ADINA.
 Keywords
Propellant;Mixer;Plenatary Mixer;Kneader;Blade;
 Language
Korean
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