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Similarly if there is an energy loss between GH and St3 it may be allowed for by adjusting H E2 to include it. In summary, if St1, are fixed as long as hRE1 Finally, if h 1 5~2 , and and hRE2 St3 are fixed so are —Try , 8E1 , Ei 8 E2 , —,etc. Also t Tr i 1 and t2 may be assumed constant. 0 tt =l _ Fei and t 2 = 1 k So, substituting in (8) we get St3 = (tt 2 )3 . Sn (5-9) This result is relevant to relatively moving nozzles (see below). Case 3. A Non-Choking Nozzle in Series with a Choking Nozzle with Energy Extraction between them This is relevant to a gas turbine with open exhaust or a jet engine with a variable fmal nozzle opened up to a non-choking condition for operational reasons.
Nevertheless, `adiabatic efficiency' is a very convenient definition for cycle calculations. Since shock compression is of greatest interest from the point of view of supersonic aircraft intakes where it contributes substantially to the overall compression, it seems desirable to use adiabatic efficiency for shock compression. 64. :. 63 ° C. The actual temperature rise 8 was found to be 176° C. e. a much higher figure than pressure efficiency. 87 ° C which is 20% of the initial kinetic energy. 4 what is rio if there are no further losses after a normal shock wave?
5-2 Fig. 893. e. 864 t — 1 . 8641't — 1 . Thus exit area/throat area is determined by the value oft only (and vice versa). 2 for complete expansion. f. what are the values of a) uc; b) ue ; c) Pe; d) Pe; and e) Q.? 609 ft. 1d for b) ue = 147. 11000 0 1899'/sec. 486) = 2660'/sec. 486 fore) One may use either Q = re uc Se or Q = R e ue Se or Q = y eSe using equation (2-9) for 0, or Q = Y~S using equation (2-7) for Y '. 08 lb/sec. 13 lb/sec. 05 lb/sec. 13 lb/sec. ) 47 The first two alternatives are to be preferred since they involve the memorisation of fewer constants.