Introduction -- Terms and definitions -- Mechanisms of transition from noise to high-frequency oscillations or to noise at a new level -- Uncertainty in conversion of propellant to combustion products -- Studies of operating process stability at various stages of combustor development -- Quantitative characteristics for estimating stability of LRE combustion chambers for gas generators -- Acoustic study of combustion chamber stability characteristics -- Determination of stability of oscillations from natural disturbances -- Evaluation of LRE process stability by use of artificial pressure disturbances -- Model firing tests for selection of injector head elements -- Estimation of operating process stability from pressure oscillation decrements -- Test results for pulsing liquid-liquid chambers -- Stability of gas-liquid combustion chambers -- Gas-liquid combustion-chamber tests for stability to hard excitation -- Injector head for RD-170 engine combustion chamber -- Stability characteristics of engines with adjustable injectors -- Control of stability in production of the proton engine.
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