RESEARCH IN HYBRID COMBUSTION
Final rept., 1 Dec 1961-31 Jan 1963
ROCKETDYNE CANOGA PARK CA
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Hybrid combustion surface regression rates as functions of time and axial distance from the radius vs time data obtainedplexiglas combustion temperature measurement. The instantaneous surface regression rates were calculated as functions of time and axial distance from the radius vs time data obtained from plexiglas combustion. Temperature measurements of the fuel behind the regressing surface were made. Additional experiments were carried out to examine the burning rates of different fuels such as polystyrene, polyethylene, 30 and 60 aluminum, 30 titanium hydride, and 14 and 12 carbon in plexiglass. The significance of the burning rate and temperature measurement results is discussed.
- Combustion and Ignition