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Kaleeswaran.B

Department of Aerospace engineering, UPES, Uttrakhand

kaleesmach@gmail.com

Abstract— this paper reveals about the CFD analysis of the flow through a two inlet nozzle.

3. The gas flow is constant (i.e., steady) during the period of the propellant burn. 4. The gas flow is along a straight line from gas inlet to exhaust gas exit (i.e., along the nozzle's axis of symmetry) 5. The gas flow behavior is compressible since the flow is at very high velocities. III.Methodology used in CFD: 1. Geometry of the flow is first defined. 2. The volume occupied is then divided into discrete cells. 3. The physical modelling is then defined. 4. The boundary conditions are defined at last.

Keywords— CFD, nozzle.

I. INTRODUCTION CFD analysis of flow through a two inlet nozzle is taken into conideraton.A combination of biodiesel and hydrazine is sent into the nozzle, Methyl Meta cryilate is used here which serve as both as biodiesel and catalytic compound. Pressure, temperature, and various parameters were studied. II Rocket Nozzle: Its operation relies on the different properties of gases flowing at subsonic and supersonic speeds. The speed of a subsonic flow of gas will increase if the pipe carrying it narrows because the mass flow rate is constant. The gas flow through a de Laval nozzle is isentropic (gas entropy is nearly constant). At subsonic flow the gas is compressible; sound, a small pressure wave, will propagate through it. At the "throat", where the cross sectional area is a minimum, the gas velocity locally becomes sonic (Mach number = 1.0), a condition called choked flow. As the nozzle cross sectional area increases the gas begins to expand and the gas flow increases to supersonic velocities where a sound wave will not propagate backwards through the gas. Analysis of gas flow in de Laval nozzles:

5. The simulation is the next process followed by postprocessor results.

IV. METHODS IN CFD: GAMBIT:

1. For simplicity, the gas is assumed to be an ideal gas. 2. The gas flow is isentropic (i.e., at constant entropy). As a result the flow is reversible (frictionless and no dissipative losses), and adiabatic (i.e., there is no heat gained or lost). Modeling was done with both structured and unstructured grids.

.FLUENT: The mesh file was checked in fluent 3. Pressure contours 6. Turbulence contours 1. Velocity contours: 4. Path lines . 2. 5.. Temperature contours Grid check was also done. Grid plot.

w.Veolcity vectors: Xy plot of velocity: CONCLUSION Thus. [2] Rocket propulsion by oscar. REFERENCES [1] de Laval nozzle by Glen Curtis. zucker . CFD analysis of two inlet nozzle was studied and results were obtained.

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