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Construction of a variable area conventional axisymmetric nozzle has often been considered to make the operation of a rocket thrust chamber take place at the optimum expansion ratio at any altitude

Construction of a variable-area conventional axisymmetric nozzle has often been considered to make the operation of a rocket thrust chamber take place at the optimum expansion ratio at any altitude. Because of the enormous design difficulties of such a mechanical device, it has never been successfully realized. Assuming that such a mechanism can eventually be constructed, what would have to be the variation of the area ratio with altitude (plot up to 50 km) if such a rocket had a chamber pressure of 20 atm? Assume that k = 1.20.

 

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