A primitive variable computer model for combustion within solid fuel ramjets
Netzer, David Willis
Stevenson, Charles Albert
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An adaptation of a primitive variable, finite-difference computer program was accomplished in order to predict the reacting flow field in a solid fuel ramjet. The study compares the predictions of the primitive variable computer model with an earlier computer model and empirical data. It was found that the new model reasonably predicted the flow field and permitted calculations within the aft mixing chamber
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NPS Report NumberNPS67-79-010
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