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[EAN: 9781156588703], Neubuch, [PU: Reference Series Books Llc Dez 2012], SCIENCE / ASTROPHYSICS & SPACE, This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 95. Chapters: Aerospike engine, Altitude compensating nozzle, Characteristic velocity, Comparison of orbital rocket engines, Cryogenic rocket engine, De Laval nozzle, Expander cycle (rocket), Expansion deflection nozzle, Group for the Study of Reactive Motion, Jet damping, Laser propulsion, Liquid-propellant rocket, Nozzle extension, Opel-RAK, Pressure-fed cycle (rocket), Pulsed rocket motor, Regenerative cooling (rocket), Retrorocket, Rocket engine nozzle, Rocket engine test facility, Specific impulse, Staged combustion cycle (rocket), Stepped nozzle, Thrust-decay time, Ullage. Excerpt: 247 article summaries including: Numerical simulation of a two-stage turbine for turbopumps of liquid propellant rocket engine . NUMERICAL STUDIES ON HYDROGEN COMBUSTION IN A FILM COOLED CRYOGENIC ROCKET ENGINE . Cryogenic Rocket Engine Research within the German National Technology Program TEKAN at the German Aerospace Center . Cryogenic Rocket Engine Research within the National Technology Program TEKAN at the German Aerospace Center . Modeling of Cooling Channel Flow in Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines . Determination of the effects of nozzle nonlinearities upon nonlinear stability of liquid propellant rocket motors; Effect of nozzle nonlinearities upon nonlinear stability of . Servo-stabilization of low-frequency oscillations in liquid propellant rocket motors . Baseline Computational Fluid Dynamics Methodology for Longitudinal-Mode Liquid-Propellant Rocket Combustion Instability . An investigation of high-frequency combustion oscillations in liquid-propellant rocket engines; NACA Research Memorandums . 19 Deuterium microbomb rocket propulsion . Introduction to Rocket Propulsion . High-Speed Observer: Automated Streak Detection for the Aerospike Engine . Internal Aerodynamics in Solid Rocket Propulsion . Pulsed Laser Propulsion Experiments . Laser Propulsion Standardization Issues . Laser propulsion: a review . Laser Propulsion Activities in Germany . 53 Advanced Deuterium Fusion Rocket Propulsion For Manned Deep Space Missions . Development of solid rocket propulsion system at UTM . SCORES: Developing an Object-Oriented Rocket Propulsion Analysis Tool . Design, Analysis, and Simulation of Rocket Propulsion System . High pressure LOx/H rocket engine combustion . Reusable Rocket Engine Operability Modeling and Analysis . Multiphysics simulations of rocket engine combustion . Improved stability analysis of rocket engine nozzles . Quantum De Laval Nozzle: Stability And Quantum Dynamics Of Sonic Horizons In A Toroidally Trapped Bose Gas Containing A superflow . 73 Magnetic Effects at the Edge of the Solar System: MHD Instabilities, the de Laval nozzle Effect and an Extended Jet . Wikibooks: Jet Propulsion/Specific impulse . Laser Propulsion - an Innovative Launcher Technology . Ground-to-orbit laser propulsion: Advanced applications . Laser propulsion activity in South Africa . 80 The Quantum de Laval Nozzle: stability and quantum dynamics of sonic horizons in a toroidally trapped Bose gas containing a superflow . Optimisation study of a homogeneously-catalysed HTP rocket engine . Microfabrication of a high pressure bipropellant rocket engine . Development of a 100-n hydrogen peroxide rocket engine . Design and development of a hydrogen-peroxide rocket-engine facility . Systems Analysis of a High Thrust, Low-Cost Rocket Engine . Liquid rocket engine turbines, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical) . Liquid rocket. 96 pp. Englisch

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Specific Impulse, Aerospike Engine, Rocket Engine, Rocket Engine Nozzle, Liquid-Fuel Rocket, de Laval Nozzle, Expansion Deflection Nozzle, Expander Cycle, Laser Propulsion, Regenerative Cooling, Staged Combustion Cycle, Rocket Engine Test Facility, Group for the Study of Reactive Motion, Nozzle Extension, Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Specific Impulse, Aerospike Engine, Rocket Engine, Rocket Engine Nozzle, Liquid-Fuel Rocket, de Laval Nozzle, Expansion Deflection Nozzle, Expander Cycle, Laser Propulsion, Regenerative Cooling, Staged Combustion Cycle, Rocket Engine Test Facility, Group for the Study of Reactive Motion, Nozzle Extension, Retrorocket, Cryogenic Rocket Engine, Ullage, Pressure-Fed Cycle, Altitude Compensating Nozzle, Opel-Rak, Pulsed Rocket Motor, Thrust-Decay Time, Jet Damping, Stepped Nozzle, Characteristic Velocity. Excerpt: The aerospike engine is a type of rocket engine that maintains its aerodynamic efficiency across a wide range of altitudes through the use of an aerospike nozzle. It is a member of the class of altitude compensating nozzle engines. A vehicle with an aerospike engine uses 2530 % less fuel at low altitudes, where most missions have the greatest need for thrust. Aerospike engines have been studied for a number of years and are the baseline engines for many single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) designs and were also a strong contender for the Space Shuttle main engine. However, no engine is in commercial production. The best large-scale aerospikes are still only in testing phases. The terminology in the literature surrounding this subject is somewhat confusedthe term aerospike was originally used for a truncated plug nozzle with a very rough conical taper and some gas injection, forming an "air spike" to help make up for the absence of the plug tail. However, frequently, a full-length plug nozzle is now called an aerospike. Conventional designs The basic concept of any engine bell is to efficiently direct the flow of exhaust gases from the rocket engine into one direction. The exhaust, a high-temperature mix of gases, has an effectively random momentum distribution, and if it is Books, , Rocket-Propulsion~~Books-Llc, 999999999, Rocket Propulsion, Books Llc, 1156588707, General Books LLC, , , , , General Books LLC

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Specific Impulse, Aerospike Engine, Rocket Engine, Rocket Engine Nozzle, Liquid-Fuel Rocket, de Laval Nozzle, Expansion Deflection Nozzle, Expander Cycle, Laser Propulsion, Regenerative Cooling, Staged Combustion Cycle, Rocket Engine Test Facility, Group for the Study of Reactive Motion, Nozzle Extension, Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Specific Impulse, Aerospike Engine, Rocket Engine, Rocket Engine Nozzle, Liquid-Fuel Rocket, de Laval Nozzle, Expansion Deflection Nozzle, Expander Cycle, Laser Propulsion, Regenerative Cooling, Staged Combustion Cycle, Rocket Engine Test Facility, Group for the Study of Reactive Motion, Nozzle Extension, Retrorocket, Cryogenic Rocket Engine, Ullage, Pressure-Fed Cycle, Altitude Compensating Nozzle, Opel-Rak, Pulsed Rocket Motor, Thrust-Decay Time, Jet Damping, Stepped Nozzle, Characteristic Velocity. Excerpt: The aerospike engine is a type of rocket engine that maintains its aerodynamic efficiency across a wide range of altitudes through the use of an aerospike nozzle. It is a member of the class of altitude compensating nozzle engines. A vehicle with an aerospike engine uses 2530 % less fuel at low altitudes, where most missions have the greatest need for thrust. Aerospike engines have been studied for a number of years and are the baseline engines for many single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) designs and were also a strong contender for the Space Shuttle main engine. However, no engine is in commercial production. The best large-scale aerospikes are still only in testing phases. The terminology in the literature surrounding this subject is somewhat confusedthe term aerospike was originally used for a truncated plug nozzle with a very rough conical taper and some gas injection, forming an "air spike" to help make up for the absence of the plug tail. However, frequently, a full-length plug nozzle is now called an aerospike. Conventional designs The basic concept of any engine bell is to efficiently direct the flow of exhaust gases from the rocket engine into one direction. The exhaust, a high-temperature mix of gases, has an effectively random momentum distribution, and if it is Books, , Rocket-Propulsion~~Books-Llc, , , , , , , , , , General Books LLC

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
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