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Effect of Secondary Injection on Non–Circular Jets
International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development
Studies on non-circular jets have become a captivating field of interest, since the technique exploits the advantage of the nozzle exit geometry, in terms of mixing characteristics. The supersonic jet mixing can be effectively employed in the injector orifice in a Supersonic Combustion Ramjet (SCRAMJET) engine, looking for shorter combustor lengths that accounts to weight reduction of the engine. This paper puts forward the experimental evaluation of mixing characteristics of supersonic flowdoi:10.24247/ijmperdaug201891 fatcat:53ppejphajciddrhv4yljj2y5e