Volume 1, 2009Progress in Propulsion Physics
|Page(s)||659 - 666|
|Section||Ceramic Matrix Composites for Aerospace Applications|
|Published online||16 September 2011|
Progress in Propulsion Physics 1 (2009) 659-666
Computational and experimental investigations of carbon-ceramic composite materials thermochemical resistance in combustion products of liquid rocket engine
Computational and experimental investigations of thermochemical resistance of carbon-ceramic composites in the combustion products of liquid rocket engine (LRE) are presented. The tests with model extensions made of the composite material (CM) were performed. The test time was about 200 s. The maximal temperature of the material fire surface was 1600 K. Physical and numerical model of silicon carbide destruction was developed.
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