About Calculation of Combined Cooling Systems for Propulsion Engines
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A numerical method is proposed for solving conjugate heat transfer problems as applied for calculation of combined cooling systems for combustion chambers of propulsion systems. A procedure is presented for joint calculation of temperature conditions of gaseous cooling film and cooling system elements in the entire cross-section of a combustion chamber, including the inner wall material. The numerical results and their verification are presented.
Keywordspropulsion systems gaseous cooling film combustion chambers combined cooling conjugate heat transfer
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