Rotational detonation engines

Increasing our engine's efficiency: rotating detonation engines (RDEs) are an underdeveloped technology promising vastly increased efficiency over conventional combustion engines.

In order to initiate research into RDEs at the University of Adelaide, a comprehensive literature review was prepared for publication, and computational modelling based on existing research was conducted to establish a baseline model for continuing research into design optimisation.

Theme
Securing our future

Booth
SF05

School
Mechanical Engineering

Exhibitor
Ciaran Sparks

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