Shillito, Thomas B Koffel, William K
February 27, 1957
Metal temperatures were obtained on a full-scale ejector nozzle installed on an afterburner operating at exhaust-gas temperatures up to 3450 degrees R. A favorable afterburner-outlet temperature profile helped keep the primary-jet nozzle components cool. The ejector shroud temperatures were much more sensitive to secondary airflow than were temperatures on the primary-jet nozzle.
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