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Parametric Study of a Cavitation Valve for Control of Oxidizer Flow in a Hybrid Rocket Engine

Originální název

Parametric Study of a Cavitation Valve for Control of Oxidizer Flow in a Hybrid Rocket Engine

Anglický název

Parametric Study of a Cavitation Valve for Control of Oxidizer Flow in a Hybrid Rocket Engine

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en

Originální abstrakt

Part of a collaborative European effort to advance throttleable hybrid rocket technology, Bradford Engineering is developing a cavitating flow control valve. In order to improve performance of the valve Brno University of Technology has performed extensive numerical simulation campaign resulting in new valve design. The paper describes design considerations of the cavitating valve as well as characterization of the valve performance by experimental and numerical means. Furthermore, numerical parametric study is performed together with experimental evaluation of the optimized design.

Anglický abstrakt

Part of a collaborative European effort to advance throttleable hybrid rocket technology, Bradford Engineering is developing a cavitating flow control valve. In order to improve performance of the valve Brno University of Technology has performed extensive numerical simulation campaign resulting in new valve design. The paper describes design considerations of the cavitating valve as well as characterization of the valve performance by experimental and numerical means. Furthermore, numerical parametric study is performed together with experimental evaluation of the optimized design.

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@inproceedings{BUT100572,
  author="Petr {Dvořák} and Rob {Tijsterman}",
  title="Parametric Study of a Cavitation Valve for Control of Oxidizer Flow in a Hybrid Rocket Engine",
  annote="Part of a collaborative European effort to advance throttleable hybrid rocket technology, Bradford Engineering is developing a cavitating flow control valve. In order to improve performance of the valve Brno University of Technology has performed extensive numerical simulation campaign resulting in new valve design. The paper describes design considerations of the cavitating valve as well as characterization of the valve performance by experimental and numerical means. Furthermore, numerical parametric study is performed together with experimental evaluation of the optimized design.",
  address="SVS FEM",
  booktitle="21st SVS FEM Ansys Users' Group Meeting and Conference Proceedings 2013",
  chapter="100572",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="SVS FEM",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="1--15",
  publisher="SVS FEM",
  type="conference paper"
}