Mathematical Modelling of In-Chamber Processes in Hydrocombined Propellant Solid Rocket Motors
Keywords: Hydrocombined propellant, Commercial rockets, Combustion chamber, Solid propellants
AbstractThe special conditions of employment of commercial rockets in the sea environment has opened up new possibilities of improving motor performance. The interesting method suggests supplying water into the running motor. This paper reports the calculations and experiments carried out with solid propellant model setups. The results prove the validity of the proposed method and allow the refinement of calculation techniques for the prediction of solid rocket motor performance characteristics. The serviceability of the solid propellant charges working in combination with water is demonstrated. A mathematical model is proposed for the operation of a hydrocombined propellant motor with water and powdered additives applied to the combustion chamber."
How to Cite
Obukhov, N., Bitkin, S., & Vorozhtsov, A. (2013). Mathematical Modelling of In-Chamber Processes in Hydrocombined Propellant Solid Rocket Motors. Defence Science Journal, 48(4), 331-336. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.48.3956
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