The main component of the Computer Controlled Jet Propulsion Study Unit, "JPRC", is a stator that has a conical inlet diffusion section for air to enter at low speed and high pressure in the combustion section.
The air, after being compressed, is subjected to combustion in a chamber where the atomized fuel is injected, to finally expand in an exhaust nozzle.
The air speed is provided by an axial fan allowing the operation of the ramjet.
An ignition system ignites the fuel/air mixture inside the combustion chamber.
The SCADA software of the Computer Controlled Jet Propulsion Study Unit, "JPRC", allows to represent the work cycle in T-S or P-V and calculates the thermodynamic efficiencies for the study of the jet engine.
It includes safety mushrooms and all the appropriate safety measures for safe work.
All determining parameters such as pressure, temperatures, fuel flow and pressure, air and exhaust gas flows, etc... are measured and monitored. In addition, the Computer Controlled Jet Propulsion Study Unit, "JPRC", allows the measurement of the thrust and drag of the jet engine.
With the recommended element Pulse Jet Engine, "JPR-P", it is possible to study another type of reaction engine, capable of generating static thrust. The main differences between a Pulsejet and a Ramjet can be studied.
This Computer Controlled Unit is supplied with the EDIBON Computer Control System (SCADA), and includes: The unit itself + a Control Interface Box + a Data Acquisition Board + Computer Control, Data Acquisition and Data Management Software Packages, for controlling the process and all parameters involved in the process.