IT is now possible to determine the temperature in the combustion chamber with greater accuracy than in Part V. However, to simplify the problem it is necessary to make a number of far‐going assumptions. A more detailed survey of phenomena occurring in the combustion chamber will be given in a later Part; at present we are merely enumerating the simplified schemes, which enable us to tackle the problem.
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