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Thermodynamic aspects of solid propellant gas generator for aircraft application

Yıl 2023, Cilt: 3 Sayı: 1, 25 - 32, 22.06.2023
https://doi.org/10.14744/seatific.2023.0004

Öz

This research work present mainly on various thermodynamic aspects of solid propellant gas generator for aircraft application. A gas generating device is hot gas generator that creates high temperature and pressure combustion gas on burning of the propellant inside the cartridge case. Thermodynamics is the branch of science which deals with energy transformation into work and vice versa. These devices are filled with energetic materials (EMs) and used to perform a critical operation in an emergency under adverse conditions. It releases the energy very quickly. Gas generator has a large number of applications and its demand is continuously increasing in the areas of aerospace and aeronautical technologies. A data acquisition system is used to record time to maximum pressure (TPmax) and maximum pressure (Pmax) generated in closed vessel (CV) for solid propellant gas generator. A double base (DB) propellant is used as medium for gas generation. The purpose of this research paper is to establish the various relationships and to determine various thermodynamic properties for solid propellant gas generator used in aircraft application. Specific heat of propellant varies from 0.25 to 0.35 cal/g/0C, calorimetric value 925 cal/g, force constant 1052 J/g, co-volume 0.989, flame temperature 2944 K and etc. were experimentally determined.

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Kaynakça

  • Cumming, Adam S. (2009). New trends in advanced high energy materials. Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management, 1(2), 161–166.
  • de Oliveira, J. L. S. P., de, Filho A. A. M. F., Platt, G. M., & Peixoto, F. C. (2005). Estimation of ballistic parameters of gun propellants through closed vessel experiment modelling. Thermal Engineering, 4, 50– 55.
  • High Energy Material Research Laboratory. (2018). HEMRL SPECN No. HEMRL/GP/PS/410 double base propellant specification. High Energy Material Research Laboratory.
  • Han, Z. Y., Zhang, Y. P., Du, Z. M., Li,Z.Y., Yao, Q. &Yang, Y. Z. (2017). The formula design and performance study of gas generators based on 5-aminotetrazole. Journal of Energetic Materials, 36(1), 61–68.
  • Martirosyan, K.S., Wang, L., Vicent, A., & Luss, D. (2009). Nanoenergetic gas generators: Design and performance. Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics, 34, 532–538.
  • Nag, P. K. (2018). Engineering thermodynamics. (6th ed.). McGraw Hill. Parate, B. A., Chandel, S & Shekhar H. (2019). Cartridge case design and its analysis by bilinear, kinematic hardening model. Advances in Military Technology, 14(2), 231–244.
  • Parate, B. A., Chandel, S., & Shekhar, H. (2019). Design analysis of closed vessel for power cartridge testing. Problems of Mechatronics Armament, Aviation, Safety Engineering, 101(35), 25–48.
  • Parate, B. A., Chandel, S., & Shekhar, H. (2018). An experimental and numerical approach- characterisation of power cartridge for water-jet application. Defence Technology, 14(6), 683–690.
  • Parate, B. A., Chandel, S., & Shekhar, H. (2021). Performance evaluation of power cartridge in closed vessel for water-jet application. International Journal of Energetic Material, 7(1), 1–12.
  • Parate, B. A., Deodhar, K. D., & Dixit, V. K. (2021). Qualification testing, evaluation and test methods of gas generator for IEDs applications, Defence Science Journal, 71(4), 462–469.
  • Shekhar, H. (2018). Rocketary with solid propellants. Studium Press.
Yıl 2023, Cilt: 3 Sayı: 1, 25 - 32, 22.06.2023
https://doi.org/10.14744/seatific.2023.0004

Öz

Kaynakça

  • Cumming, Adam S. (2009). New trends in advanced high energy materials. Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management, 1(2), 161–166.
  • de Oliveira, J. L. S. P., de, Filho A. A. M. F., Platt, G. M., & Peixoto, F. C. (2005). Estimation of ballistic parameters of gun propellants through closed vessel experiment modelling. Thermal Engineering, 4, 50– 55.
  • High Energy Material Research Laboratory. (2018). HEMRL SPECN No. HEMRL/GP/PS/410 double base propellant specification. High Energy Material Research Laboratory.
  • Han, Z. Y., Zhang, Y. P., Du, Z. M., Li,Z.Y., Yao, Q. &Yang, Y. Z. (2017). The formula design and performance study of gas generators based on 5-aminotetrazole. Journal of Energetic Materials, 36(1), 61–68.
  • Martirosyan, K.S., Wang, L., Vicent, A., & Luss, D. (2009). Nanoenergetic gas generators: Design and performance. Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics, 34, 532–538.
  • Nag, P. K. (2018). Engineering thermodynamics. (6th ed.). McGraw Hill. Parate, B. A., Chandel, S & Shekhar H. (2019). Cartridge case design and its analysis by bilinear, kinematic hardening model. Advances in Military Technology, 14(2), 231–244.
  • Parate, B. A., Chandel, S., & Shekhar, H. (2019). Design analysis of closed vessel for power cartridge testing. Problems of Mechatronics Armament, Aviation, Safety Engineering, 101(35), 25–48.
  • Parate, B. A., Chandel, S., & Shekhar, H. (2018). An experimental and numerical approach- characterisation of power cartridge for water-jet application. Defence Technology, 14(6), 683–690.
  • Parate, B. A., Chandel, S., & Shekhar, H. (2021). Performance evaluation of power cartridge in closed vessel for water-jet application. International Journal of Energetic Material, 7(1), 1–12.
  • Parate, B. A., Deodhar, K. D., & Dixit, V. K. (2021). Qualification testing, evaluation and test methods of gas generator for IEDs applications, Defence Science Journal, 71(4), 462–469.
  • Shekhar, H. (2018). Rocketary with solid propellants. Studium Press.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Termodinamik ve İstatistiksel Fizik
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Bhupesh PARATE 0000-0002-1455-0826

Proje Numarası SA/PX/ARD -1040
Yayımlanma Tarihi 22 Haziran 2023
Gönderilme Tarihi 21 Mart 2023
Yayımlandığı Sayı Yıl 2023 Cilt: 3 Sayı: 1

Kaynak Göster

APA PARATE, B. (2023). Thermodynamic aspects of solid propellant gas generator for aircraft application. Seatific Journal, 3(1), 25-32. https://doi.org/10.14744/seatific.2023.0004

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