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Because of vast applications of Liquid fuel engines in rockets and importance of their functional parameters such as trust, specific impulse and fuel consumption in engine performance, it is needed to be tested in different functional conditions before operation in actual missions. The analysis of test data used to improve the design, engine troubleshooting and to expand the production program for future rockets. Selecting the suitable injector(s) is the key parameter for improving combustion parameters. With respect to finding the effective ways to analyzing the engine hardware performance without neglecting from their main characteristics, one of the alternatives is doing the hot-fire tests by using a sub scaled engine instead of the full-scale engine. In this research, the design process and manufacturing details of a 300N trust (nominal) micro engine with single swirl Injector is presented. Initial firings using the actual fuel and oxide were not successful. Low fuel flow, low mixing area of the fuel and oxide, and contamination in the self ignition fuel (TR-1) were considered to be the reasons. Overcoming to these problems resulted in successful firing of the subscale engine.
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