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Applications of Various Methods of Analysis to Combustion Instabilities in Solid Propellant Rockets

Culick, F. E. C. and Roh, T. S. (1996) Applications of Various Methods of Analysis to Combustion Instabilities in Solid Propellant Rockets. In: 33rd JANNAF Combustion Subcommittee Meeting. Vol.2. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency , pp. 215-230. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20101119-113430324

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Abstract

Instabilities of motions in a combustion chamber are consequences of the coupled dynamics of combustion processes and of the flow in the chamber. The extreme complexities of the problem always require approximations of various sorts to make progress in understanding the mechanisms and behavior of combustion instabilities. This paper covers recent progress in the subject, mainly summarizing efforts in two areas: approximate analysis based on a form of Galerkin's method, particularly useful for understanding the global linear and nonlinear dynamics of combustion instabilities and numerical simulations intended to accommodate as fully as possible fundamental chemical processes in both the condensed and gaseous phases. One purpose of current work is to bring closer together these approaches to produce more comprehensive and detailed realistic results applicable to the interpretation of observations and for design of new rockets for both space and military applications. Particularly important are the goals of determining the connections between chemical composition and instabilities; and the influences of geometry on nonlinear behavior.


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Additional Information:© 1996, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. This work was partly sponsored by the California Institute of Technology and partly by the Caltech Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative under ONR Grant No. N00014-95-1-1338. Dr. Richard S. Miller of the Office of Naval Research is Program Manager.
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