Paramedic and experimental analysis of ejector performance
Wade, Barton Scott
Gawain, Theodore H.
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This investigation analyzes the operating characteristics of an ejector having a heated primary jet and a constant area mixing section. The effects of several key parameters are determined on the basis of idealized theory. Performance characteristics are described in terms of certain non-dimensional coefficients obtained by a systematic dimensional analysis. In addition, experimental results obtained from a model ejector are presented. These results are in reasonable agreement with the theoretical analysis. Suggestions are made for further improvements both in the theory and in the experimental facility.
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