Design and Thermal Analysis of Ramjet Engine for Supersonic Speeds release_d7zqg6qnjvbpfcs64gbkciojw4

by P Mastan, Valli Scholar, A Sudhakara Reddy

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In this project, flow through the Ramjet's convergent divergent nozzle study is carried out by using FLUENT analysis. The nozzle geometry modeling and mesh generation has been done using CATIAV5 R20 and ANSYS 16.0 software. Here, the Ramjet's convergent divergent nozzle is designed for different supersonic speeds 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0.From the analysis, it is clearly observed that as the velocity and mass flow rate of air increases before the diffuser the speed of the jet also increases.The maximum temperature obtained at the end of the nozzle and at the throat section, we can observe the variation of temperature, pressure and velocity contours.
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