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Stability models of rocket engines

Stability models of rocket engines

Stability models of rocket engines

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Hi everyone! hope you are all doing well, I was wondering where might I find solid info of how to build a mathematical model of stability in a rocket engine (given certain known parameters).
Thank you all in advance!

RE: Stability models of rocket engines

Modelling combustion stability on a combustion chamber https://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=489771

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RE: Stability models of rocket engines

Wow, the exact same question. Are you a bot, Lumbisno?

RE: Stability models of rocket engines

(OP)
Just so there is a little context, in between these two months i have been taking all the end of year exams and I am now returning to this project, did not intend this question to be interpreted the same way as my previous one, instead, i'm now looking into how to start building a good representation model of a given system, as opposed of the analythical generalisation (which is frankly impossible for my level at least) of said systems, I do want to make clear that I'm a beginner in this field and that's why maybe these questions seem weird, for the next one I intend to be more concrete, thank you all :)

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