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Optimization of the size and placement of the inserts, and the porosity can lead to a practical methodology for emissions control and performance enhancement in future engines, as well as retroﬁt applications of existing engines without elaborate modiﬁcations. Though benign in terms of emissions regulations perspective, species in plumes that cause signatures can be of signiﬁcant consequence in military platform and weapons. This includes plume afterburning as well. Kenneth Yu at the University of Maryland (formerly at NAWC/WD) examined the response of supersonic afterburning plumes to passive excitation in order to explore the potential of initial mixing control in modifying the afterburning ﬂame characteristics.
Eds. G. D. Roy and P. Givi. Buﬀalo, NY: State University of New York at Buﬀalo. 75–81. 3. Moriarty, R. , L. A. Enache, D. Pavlovic, and M. S. Rao. 1995. Synthesis of highenergy compounds. 8th ONR Propulsion Meeting Proceedings. Eds. G. D. Roy and F. A. Williams. La Jolla, CA: University of California at San Diego. 122–29. 4. Moriarty, R. , L. A. Enache, D. Pavlovic, D. Huang, and M. S. Rao. 1996. Synthesis of high-energy compounds. 9th ONR Propulsion Meeting Proceedings. Eds. G. D. Roy and K. Kailasanath.
In all cases, the monomer remained unreacted, while the catalyst decomposed. Survey of conditions for successful polymerization continues. Discussion Although none of the polymerization attempts of high-energy monomers undertaken so far was successful, these results are considered preliminary and the search for conditions under which high-energy polymers can be obtained through the ROMP technique continues. There is a very large number of ROMP catalysts described in literature that might work with basketene or diazanorbormene type of monomers.
Advances in Chemical Propulsion by Roy G.D. (ed.)