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High-temperature effect of a gas jet of reactants on the front plate

Published: 15.01.2021

Authors: Mosolov S.V., Partola I.S., Kudinov A.S., Yurchenko I.I., Klimenko A.G., Fedorov S. A.

Published in issue: #1(109)/2021

DOI: 10.18698/2308-6033-2021-1-2047

Category: Aviation and Rocket-Space Engineering | Chapter: Aerodynamics and Heat Transfer Processes in Aircrafts

The paper introduces the results of measuring and predicting the heat and force effect of jets of high-temperature reacting mixtures on the oxygen-methane, oxygen-alcohol components when acting on the front plate in the near field of the jet. A high-temperature supersonic gas jet flows out of a model chamber with a Laval nozzle into a medium with atmospheric pressure at a degree of off-design ratio of about unity. In the chamber, ignition and stable combustion of a mixture of selected substances occur, the ratio of these substances providing a stagnation temperature in the range of 1900 ... 3400 K. The pressure distribution function on the front plate obtained in the experiment is used. The proposed model of the high-temperature flow effect on the frontal surface can be used to test software systems and determine the levels of thermal effect during sample tests.

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