Volume 36, Number 3, June 2018
|Page(s)||558 - 564|
|Published online||08 October 2018|
Design and Experimental Investigation on Gas Oxygen/Kerosene Ejector Rocket for RBCC Application
The ejector rocket is one of the core components of the rocket based combined cycle propulsion system, and must be capable of variable working conditions. In order to meet technical requirements for RBCC application, the variable duty operating ejector rocket using the gas Oxygen/Kerosene was designed based on the gas pressurized propellant feed systems. Hot firing tests of four different working conditions had been completed. Experimental results show that the designed ejector rocket engine was stable and reliable, and the working parameters met the design requirements, and the working conditions were adjusted quickly. It lays a foundation for the study of the RBCC engine test and the engine technology of large adjustment ratio.
Key words: rocket based combined cycle / liquid rocket engine / ejector rocket / flow modulation / experiment
关键字 : 火箭冲压组合发动机 / 液体火箭发动机 / 引射火箭 / 流量调节 / 试验
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