Accession Number : AD0479509
Title : TURBOFAN-RAMJET ENGINE STUDIES. VOLUME V - FLOW MIXER STUDIES.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : NORD AVIATION CHATILLON-SOUS-BAGNEUX (FRANCE)
Personal Author(s) : Chaulin, P. ; Sandre, P.
Report Date : MAY 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 212
Abstract : One characteristic of the combined turbofan-ramjet engine is the flow mixer located in the annular duct surrounding the turbojet. The mixing of fan and ram flows between the fan exit and the combustion chamber was considered first theoretically and then experimentally. The experimental work studied various diffuser configurations, types of flaps for separation controlling the two flows, and devices to improve mixing such as boundary layer suction bleed or vortex generators. Single flow cases, either pure ramjet or pure turbofan, also have been investigated. (Author)
Descriptors : *TURBORAMJET ENGINES, DUCT INLETS, DIFFUSERS, AERODYNAMIC CONFIGURATIONS, BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL, FLAPS(CONTROL SURFACES), VORTEX GENERATORS, RINGS, FAIRINGS, SUPERSONIC FLOW, MIXED FLOW COMPRESSORS, AERODYNAMICS, WIND TUNNEL MODELS, MODEL TESTS, TURBULENCE, RAMJET ENGINES, TURBOFAN ENGINES, AXISYMMETRIC FLOW, SUCTION SLOTS, TEST METHODS, TEST EQUIPMENT, JET MIXING FLOW.
Subject Categories : Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE