"ELEMENTS   OF   FRASCA    ROTARY    ENGINE   DESIGN"
by Joseph  F.  Frasca
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INDEX........................................................
INDEX ..................................................
INTRODUCTION.....................................
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2   THE ROTOR COORDINATE SYSTEM (RCS) 
3   ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT, i 
4   PARTITION COORDINATE SYSTEM (PCS) 
5   PARTITION'S AXIAL PLANE AREA ..
6   CONSTANT "N" AND THE AREA RATIO "H"
7   THE TORQUE FORMULA
8   MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM VVC VOLUME
9   THE FACE SURFACE RECESS
10 THE VOLUME FORMULA 
11 THE MAXIMUM PARTITION RADIUS USED AS A DESIGN PARAMETER
12 GAP EDGE LENGTH IN THE ANNULAR CAVITY
13 WAVE SURFACE GRADE
14 THE MINIMUM RADIUS OF CURVATURE
15 PARTITION BEARING'S LATERAL LOAD
16 PARTITION STRESSES
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17 THE TAPERED PARTITION
18 THE PARTITION'S CAVITY VOLUME AND GAP EDGE RELIEF
19 PARTITION MASS, MOMENT OF INERTIA AND CENTROID RADIUS
20 THE PARTITION ANGULAR ACCELERATION
21 THE PARTITION ANGULAR ACCELERATION CONSTANT
22 PARTITION BEARING RADIAL LOAD
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23 CAVITY PERIMETER LENGTHS
24 MAIN BEARING LOADS
25 VVC WAVE SURFACE X-Y PLANE PROJECTION'S X-AXIS MOMENT.
26 X-Y PLANE PROJECTION'S Y-AXIS MOMENT
27 FACE SURFACE X-Z PLANE PROJECTION 
28 THE PARTITION X-Z PLANE PROJECTION 
29 FACE SURFACE X-Z PLANE PROJECTION'S X-AXIS MOMENT
30 THE PARTITION X-Z PLANE PROJECTION AREA'S X-AXIS MOMENT
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31 THE WAVE SURFACE X-Z PLANE PROJECTION AREA'S X-AXIS MOMENT 
32 THE FACE SURFACE PROJECTION IN THE Y-Z PLANE 
33 THE PARTITION Y-Z PLANE PROJECTION 
34 THE FACE SURFACE Y-Z PLANE PROJECTION'S Y-AXIS MOMENT
35 THE PARTITION Y-Z PLANE PROJECTION'S Y-AXIS MOMENT
36 WAVE SURFACE Y-Z PROJECTION Y-AXIS MOMENT 
37 CAVITY'S Y-AXIS MOMENT
38. ANNULAR CAVITY'S Y-AXIS MOMENTS (CONSTANT PARTS)
39 ANNULAR CAVITY'S X-AXIS MOMENT (VARYING PART)
40 CONSTANT VOLUME CAVITY REGION'S X-AXIS MOMENT 
41 PORT VOLUME, Y & X AXII CENTROIDS 
42 PARTITION GUIDE ANGLE, A(65), AND THE ROTOR CAM GRADE dY/dX
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43 THE ROTOR CAM SURFACE SPEEDS UR AND U 
44 THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED PARTITION GUIDE LENGTH 
45 HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING SURFACE 
46 THE HYDRODYNAMIC BEARINGS 
47 FLUID VOLUME FLOW, Q, AT THE HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING 
48 HYDRODYNAMIC DRAG ON THE CAM SURFACE 
49 THE HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING'S MAXIMUM PRESSURE, PMAX
50 PRESSURE, Pi , BY APPROXIMATION
51 APPROXIMATION OF THE HYDRODYNAMIC BEARINGS EFFECTIVE LIFT, L
52 THE MAXIMUM ENGINE RPM AND HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING LOADING
FRE  ENGINE WITH CIRCULAR SECTION ANNULAR CAVITY PROFILE
53 THE CIR ENGINE
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54 CIR ENGINE INSTANT TORQUE EQUATION 
55 CIR ENGINE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM VVC NET VOLUME 
56 THE CIRCLE SEGMENT INERTIAL MOMENT 
57 THE ANNULAR CAVITY VOLUME BY INTEGRAL 
58 THE POWER EXPANSIONS FOR AND POWERS OF THE EXPANSIONS
59 EXPANSIONS Xi = ec + Pr SIN(Pa - ), [R + Pr SIN(A(22) - Pa + )] & [Cr2 - Xi2]
60 THE POWER EXPANSIONS FOR [Cr2 - Xi2]1/2, AND ACOS(Xi/Cr) 
61 THE POWER EXPANSIONS FOR THE TORQUE EQUATION 
62 THE POWER EXPANSIONS FOR THE VOLUME EQUATION 
63 EXPANSION EQUATION PRECISION 
64 THERMODYNAMIC REVIEW 
65 PERFECT GAS RELATIONSHIPS
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66 STAGNATION
67 VELOCITY OF SOUND
68 NOZZLE AND DIFFUSER MASS FLOW
69 CHOKE PROPERTIES 
70 GAP MASS FLOW .
71 SPECIFIC HEAT VARIATION WITH TEMPERATURE.
72 WET INTAKE AIR
73 THE BEATTIE-BRIDGEMAN EQUATION OF STATE 
74 MODIFICATION OF Cp WITH PRESSURE.
75 THE VVC AS A WORKING CHAMBER
76 COMPRESSION REGION VVC WORK WITH PERIMETER MASS LOSS
77 CONSTANT VOLUME COMBUSTION
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78 COMBUSTION IN AN EXPANDING VVC WITH CONSTANT MASS
79 ACQUISITION OF THE ENERGY OF COMBUSTION, E Btu/Lbmair
80 USABLE ENERGY, EMOLEfuel, GENERATED DURING COMBUSTION
81 VARIATION OF VVC CONTENTS DURING FUEL INJECTION
82 VVC THERMODYNAMIC VARIATIONS DURING INJECTION
83 VVC COMBUSTION PROCESS WITH VVC PERIMETER MASS LOSS
84 PARTITION GAP FLOW INCLUDED
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85 THE COMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR Z
86  LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
REFERENCES
APPENDIXA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..MATH APPENDIX ...............
APPENDIXB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . POWER ERIES.....................
APPENDIXC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..CURVES IN SPACE...............
APPENDIXD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........VISCOSITY. CONSTANTS ...
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