Combined Numerical and Experimental Investigation of a 15-cm Valveless Pulsejet

@article{Geng2006CombinedNA,
  title={Combined Numerical and Experimental Investigation of a 15-cm Valveless Pulsejet},
  author={Tao Geng and M. A. Schoen and Andrey V. Kuznetsov and William L. Roberts},
  journal={Flow, Turbulence and Combustion},
  year={2006},
  volume={78},
  pages={17-33}
}
The pulsejet, due to its simplicity, may be an ideal micro propulsion system. In this paper, modern computational and experimental tools are used to investigate the operation of a 15-cm overall length valveless pulsejet. Gas dynamics, acoustics and chemical kinetics are studied to gain understanding of various physical phenomena affecting pulsejet operation, scalability, and efficiency. Pressure, temperature, thrust, and frequency are measured as a function of valveless inlet and exit lengths… 
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