History Of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines

Author: George Paul Sutton
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Liquid propellant rocket engines have propelled all the manned space flights, all the space vehicles flying to the planets or deep space, virtually all satellites, and the majority of medium range or intercontinental range ballistic missiles.

Modern Engineering For Design Of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines

Author: Dieter K. Huzel
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A History Of European Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines For Aircraft

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Scientific And Technical Aerospace Reports

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Liquid Propellant Rocket Combustion Instability

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Liquid Propellant Rocket Combustion Instability

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The solution of problems of combustion instability for more effective communication between the various workers in this field is considered. The extent of combustion instability problems in liquid propellant rocket engines and recommendations for their solution are discussed. The most significant developments, both theoretical and experimental, are presented, with emphasis on fundamental principles and relationships between alternative approaches.

International Aerospace Abstracts

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U S Space Launch Vehicle Technology

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For nearly fifty years, a wide range of missiles and rockets has propelled U.S. satellites and spacecraft into the sky. J. D. Hunley's two-volume work traces the evolution of this technology, from Robert Goddard's research in the 1920s through the development of the Titan missiles and launch vehicles in the 1960s to the refinement of the space shuttle in the 1980s. With the first book devoted primarily to military hardware and the second to launch vehicle hardware, Hunley offers a sweeping overview of these impressive engineering innovations as well as insights into the dynamic personalities responsible for them. Together, the two volumes offer a unique, invaluable history of rocketry that should appeal to a wide range of scholars and space buffs.

Rocket And Spacecraft Propulsion

Author: Martin J. L. Turner
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ISBN: 3540692037
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The revised edition of this practical, hands-on book discusses the launch vehicles in use today throughout the world, and includes the latest details on advanced systems being developed, such as electric and nuclear propulsion. The author covers the fundamentals, from the basic principles of rocket propulsion and vehicle dynamics through the theory and practice of liquid and solid propellant motors, to new and future developments. He provides a serious exposition of the principles and practice of rocket propulsion, from the point of view of the user who is not an engineering specialist.

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History Of Rocketry And Astronautics

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Ignition

Author: John Drury Clark
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Innovation In Liquid Propellant Rocket Technology

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The investigation identifies patterns of innovation in the technology of liquid propellant rocket engines (LPRE). Quantitative methods are used to gain an understanding of the innovative process based on large-sample statistics. Specifically, it seeks to determine the manner and extent in which LPRE technology innovation has evolved; the degree to which innovations have diffused; and the factors of the environment within which innovation has taken place. The two principal tools used are a modeling of the functional and structural characteristics of LPRE to permit quantitative identification of specific innovations, and a mapping process which traces innovative diffusion through specific communication channels. (Author).

Design Of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines

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Aerospace America

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Essays On The History Of Rocketry And Astronautics

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Ars Journal

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Beginning Oct. 1959 some issues include "Russian supplement."