Effect of several design variables on internal performance of convergent-plug exhaust nozzles

Krull, H George Beale, William T Schmiedlin, Ralph F
naca-rm-e56g20
October 29, 1956


Numerous experiments were conducted to determine factors which affect the internal performance of convergent-plug exhaust nozzles. The results of these experiments, which include effects of such things as plug shape, nozzle inlet Mach number, and outer-shell characteristics, provide a basis for optimum desifn from the standpoint of weight and size. The results also show performance penalties which can result when the nozzle is too small.

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