A study of the effect of air distribution on the combustion process in a simulated turbo-jet combustion chamber
Andre, Paul L.
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A survey of the different components of the present day turto jet engine shov;s a considerable volume of data available for the design of all except the combustion chamber. The very nature of the turbo jet places severe requirements on the combustion ciiamber. These requirements are essentially those of high heat release, low weight, small size, low pressure drop through the chamber, resistance to high temperatures and production of stable combustion at all altitudes and flight velocities.
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