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Old   August 30, 2005, 17:31
Default modeling of a pulsejet in flight
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We want to model a pulsejet engine in flight. To make this simple suppose the jet is flying at a constant speed of 30m/s. The pulsejet has an inlet facing to the flight direction. Air enters the pulsejet through the inlet and react with fuel in the combustion chamber. I am not sure what kind of boundary conditions should be specified at the pulsejet inlet and the outlet. For the static case, we specified 'total pressure'at the inlet and the outlet.

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