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INTRODUCTION
2.2 Selection of Cooling Passages Geometry
2.3 Selection of Materials for Thrust Chambers
2.4 Heat Transfer Analysis
2.4.1 Definition of the Problem
Figure 2.5 – Heat Transfer Schematic for Regenerative Cooling [1]
2.4.2 Gas Side Heat Transfer
2.4.3 Coolant Side Heat Transfer
Table 2.2 – Heat Transfer Characteristics of Several Liquid Propellants [3]
2.4.4 Pressure Drop in Cooling Channels
3.1 MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTION
3.2 SOLUTION METHOD
3.2.1 Thermochemical Equilibrium Code
3.2.2 User Defined Function for Solver
3.2.3 Grid Generator and Solver
VALIDATION
Figure 4.1 – 89 kN GH2 and LOX Engine [17]
Table 4.1 – 89 kN GH2 and LOX Engine Specifications
4.1 Baseline Solution
4.1.1 Grid Generation
Figure 4.2 – Cross-Sectional View of Solution Domains
4.1.2 Material Properties
4.1.3 Results and Discussion
Table 4.3 – Results of Baseline Solution
Figure 4.5 – Temperature Distribution on Gas Side Wall for Baseline Solution
4.2 Bifurcation Channel Solution
4.3 Discussion
THRUST CHAMBER PRELIMINARY DESIGN
Table 5.2 – Flame Temperatures and Isp Values for Different O/F
Figure 5.3 – Isp vs Mass Percentage of RP-1
5.1 Nozzle Contour Estimation for Region II
5.2 Length Estimation for Region I
5.3 Nozzle Contour Estimation for Region III
5.4 Nozzle Contour for the Designed Thrust Chamber
ANALYSIS AND RESULTS
6.1 Material Properties
6.2 Boundary Conditions
Figure 6.1 – Schematic View of Solution Domain
6.3 Effect of Radiation Heat Transfer on Temperature and Pressure
6.4 Effect of Channel Geometry on Cooling Efficiency
Table 6.6 – Parameters for 4 mm Height Channels
Table 6.7 – Parameters for 8 mm Height Channels
Figure 6.14 – Effects of Aspect Ratio on Coolant Temperature
6.5 Effect of Number of Channels on Cooling Efficiency
effect of number of channels on cooling efficiency
Table 6.10 – Parameters for Number of Channels Investigation
Table 6.11 – Results for Channel Number Investigation
Figure 6.18 – Velocity Profiles of Coolant at Throat (x=0)
6.6 Cooling Channels with Variable Cross Section Area
Figure 6.26 – Channel Geometry for Variable Cross Section Area
Table 6.12 – Results for Variable Cross Sectionx150 and 4x2x150
CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
APPENDICES
Table A.2 – Thermal Properties of Liquid Hydrogen
APPENDIX B USER DEFINED FUNCTION FOR HEAT FLUX ON GAS SIDE WALL
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Analysis of Regenerative Cooling in Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines

Analysis of Regenerative Cooling in Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines

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