A Kinetic Model for Two-Phase Flow in High Temperature Exhaust Gas Coolers
ARNOLD ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT CENTER ARNOLD AFS TN
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An analytical model was developed to describe the thermodynamic and fluid dynamic processes in an exhaust gas cooler employing liquid water injection. The model is based on the solution of the equations of conservation of species, momentum, and energy for the system and the equations for the exchange of these quantities between liquid and gaseous phases. These equations are programmed for solution on an IBM 360 computer. The predictions of the model are compared with measured data from a series of turbojet tests in the Propulsion Development Test Cell T-1 spray cooler.
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