Prospects for the use of Three-Component Liquid Rocket Engines
This paper discusses theoretical calculations of the use of a three-component model liquid rocket engine (LRE) In
the study, we focus on the test phases of the LRE. It is known that engines experience strong tangential and radial oscillatory
modes more often than longitudinal ones. To simulate this behavior, tangential and radial waves are superimposed on the
basic model of the mean flow, which consists of a constant uniform axial velocity throughout the chamber by using
perturbation tools, potential equations and viscous flow. While a potential flow analysis does not predict any acoustic flow
effects, a viscous solution made in the second order results in the stability of the secondary flow model next to the bastion.
These axisymmetric, stable contributions to tangential and radial traveling waves are induced by the movement of a
convective flow through interactions with inertial forces. In this paper we will consider the prospects of three-component
liquid rocket engines.
Keywords - Liquid Rocket Engine, Cryogenic Temperature, Natural Gas Liquids, Rocket Fuel Burning Rate, Diagnostics,