Transition to Instability in Segmented Rijke Tube


Thermoacoustic instabilities can arise in systems where unsteady heat release is favorably coupled with acoustic pressure oscillations. A modified Rijke tube with segments having different sections is found to have lower threshold levels of heat addition rate needed for exciting the fundamental acoustic mode of the tube. Experiments indicate that about 115… (More)


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@inproceedings{Hernndez2010TransitionTI, title={Transition to Instability in Segmented Rijke Tube}, author={Rafael Parra Hern{\'a}ndez and Konstantin I. Matveev}, year={2010} }