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Performance Prediction of Rocket Engine Combustion and Estimation of Experimental Results
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 Title & Authors
Performance Prediction of Rocket Engine Combustion and Estimation of Experimental Results
Park, Jeong; Kim, Yong-Wook; Kim, Young-Han; Chung, Yong-Gahp; Cho, Nam-Kyung; Oh, Seung-Hyub;
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 Abstract
A model for depicting the rocket engine combustion process is presented and several experiments near a design point are provided with a FOOF type of unlike impinging injector for a propellant combination of Jet A-1 fuel and liquid-oxygen. The model is based on the assumption that the vaporization is the rate-controlling combustion process. The effects of initial drop size and initial drop velocity are systematically shown and discussed. It is seen that in the midst of considered parameters the change of initial drop size is more sensitive to the performance. The proposed model describes qualitative trends of combustion process well despite of its simplicity
 Keywords
Unlike Impinging Injector;Aerodynamic Drag Force;Vaporization;Characteristic Velocity;
 Language
Korean
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