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INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRY AND TYPE OF COOLING HOLES ON THERMAL LOAD OF COMBUSTION CHAMBER

@article{Swiatek2010INFLUENCEOG,
  title={INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRY AND TYPE OF COOLING HOLES ON THERMAL LOAD OF COMBUSTION CHAMBER},
  author={M. Swiatek and R. Domański},
  journal={Journal of KONES},
  year={2010},
  pages={485-494}
}
  • M. Swiatek, R. Domański
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering
  • Journal of KONES
  • The objective of this thesis is to compare various methods of combustor wall cooling and their effectiveness by numerical simulations. It was determined that the first task was to verify how much air is coming through single axial hole with 3.5% pressure drop between hot and cold part of combustion chamber. The results from this flow check serve as a base template for generating more accurate and precise models of single axial hole cooling as well as calculation of hole diameter for multihole… CONTINUE READING

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