Experimental Evaluation of Design Variables for Two-Dimensional Confined Jet Thrust Vector Control Nozzles
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An experimental study of the axial and vectoring performance of two - dimensional 2-D confined jet thrust vector control CJTVC nozzles was performed. The effects of adding secondary injection ports and changing exit height and secondary injection port location were studied on several 2-D CJTVC nozzles. The axial and vectoring performance results for these nozzles were measured over a range of pressure ratios. An analytical method for predicting flow separation was found to be applicable to these nozzles. Guidelines for designing 2-D CJTVC nozzles, that can be vectored using secondary injection, were established.
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