Marble, Frank E. (1967) The role of approximate analytical results in the study of two-phase flow in nozzle. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Technical Report, AFRPL-TR-67-223, Vol. 2. , San Bernardino, CA. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20101222-101345306
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The small slip approxitnation to the theory of two-phase flow in rocket nozzles is reviewed to show that the inaccuracies associated with drag and heat transfer laws, and those associated with the fundamental approximation, are independent and that the former may be removed algebraic1y. Selected applications ofthe approximate theory are discussed to indicate that these stress the nature of the dependence of the results upon the relevant physical parameters and the possible consequence of scaling laws, rather than numerical accuracy too often limited by inaccurate initial data. It is suggested that approximate analytical results may offer much more assistance to the rocket engineer than has yet been used to advantage.
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|Additional Information:||Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Two-Phase Flow Conference 15 - 16 March 1967 Norton Air Force Base, San Bernardino, California Editors: L. J. Delaney, R. F. Hoglund, and 1/Lt P. W. Smith AFRPL-TR-67-223, Vol. II August 1967|
|Group:||Guggenheim Jet Propulsion Center|
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|Deposited By:||Ruth Sustaita|
|Deposited On:||12 Jan 2011 19:19|
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