Tests of the low emission combustion chambers compartment with pressure and pressure–air assist atomizers

Abstract


For the purpose of improvement of ecological and resource characteristics of the existing civil aircraft a front module of a combustion chamber with a combined centrifugal air-atomizing burner is developed. High completeness of fuel combustion, satisfactory range of steady burning, low emission of unburned hydrocarbons, carbon oxide and reduced emission of nitric oxide in the modified version of a combustion chamber with a combined atomizer is experimentally confirmed.


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V. P. Maslov

Central Institute of aviation engine production named after P. I. Baranov, Moscow

Author for correspondence.
Email: vorobeev@ciam.ru

Russian Federation

Chief of Sector

N. P. Mashinistova

Central Institute of aviation engine production named after P. I. Baranov, Moscow

Email: sviriden@ciam.ru

Russian Federation

Leading Engineer

A. A. Sviridenkov

Central Institute of aviation engine production named after P. I. Baranov, Moscow

Email: sviriden@ciam.ru

Russian Federation

Leading Engineer

V. I. Jagodkin

Central Institute of aviation engine production named after P. I. Baranov, Moscow

Email: yagodkin@ciam.ru

Russian Federation

Candidate of Technical Sciences

Chief of Sector

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