|May 1, 2014, 08:46||
Any providing sources about regenerative cooling of rocket engine nozzle?
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I'm studying about regenerative cooling of rocket engine (gas generation) nozzle lately, it is basically divided into 2 parts. One is combustion part, another is cooling channel part.
It is mainly the cooling channel part that I am interested in for now which is much easier to analyze. Bifurcated channel is more efficient than straight rectangular channel in terms of conduction and heat transfer, especially at the throat of the nozzle.
I will compute and simulate this by Fluent or computer code to know the influence of the channel shape (in terms of the heat transfer and wall temperature, then optimize it) I'd like to know just the empirical results or numerical results in order to compare with my results but couldn't found any provided data for it, or any key information about the subject can be useful. (Especially about the bifurcated channel in regenerative cooling nozzle).
Thanks for help.
|regenerative cooling, rocket, rocket nozzle|
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