Swirl Torch Igniter

Current engine ignition systems require too much power or consume too much propellant, which decreases the overall efficiency of the system. This invention revolves around the renewed interest in using oxygen and methane propellants for propulsion. This invention contains a coaxial swirl torch igniter that can reliably ignite in a large range of inlet conditions and operates under a wide temperature range. This ignition system operates using methane and oxygen as propellants. Chao Zhang czhang3@utep.edu 915-747-6717

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