Accession Number : AD0287987

Title :   NONLINEAR ASPECTS OF COMBUSTION INSTABILITY IN LIQUID PROPELLANT ROCKET MOTORS

Corporate Author : PRINCETON UNIV N J

Personal Author(s) : HARRJE,DAVID T. ; STRAHLE,W.C. ; SIRIGNANO,W.A.

Report Date : 01 JUN 1962

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : Contents: Injection orientation Sector motor (Variable-angle) Sector motor (Variable-length) Pulsed limits tests Effect of the approximation to the velocity distribution in instability calculations Determination of characteristics velocity with cooled exhaust nozzle Basic pulse studies Nonlinear transverse combustion instability Some effects of injection droplet variation and vaporization rate perturbations on combustion instability Significance of the Quasi-Steady-State Assumption in droplet vaporization theory

Descriptors :   *COMBUSTION, *LIQUID ROCKET PROPELLANTS, *ROCKET ENGINES, DETONATIONS, DROPS, EXHAUST NOZZLES, FUEL INJECTION, FUEL INJECTORS, HEAT TRANSFER, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, NONLINEAR SYSTEMS, PERTURBATION THEORY, ROCKET NOZZLES, SHOCK WAVES, SPRAYS, STABILITY, VAPORIZATION

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE