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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
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
CHAPTER 5 5 THRUST CHAMBER PRELIMENARY DESIGN
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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