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Rocket Propulsion Technology

D. Carton

Rocket Propulsion Technology

by D. Carton

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Automotive,
  • Technology / Engineering / Automotive,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Engineering - Automotive

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10322183M
    ISBN 100306301490
    ISBN 109780306301490

      THE DEFINITIVE INTRODUCTION TO ROCKET PROPULSION THEORY AND APPLICATIONS The recent upsurge in global government and private spending and in space flight events has resulted in many novel applications of rocket propulsion technology. Rocket Propulsion Elements remains the definitive guide to the field, providing a comprehensive . Editor's Note: In this weekly series, explores how technology drives space exploration and discovery. New propulsion technologies may blast astronauts through space at breakneck speeds.

    Rocket propulsion technology is advancing quickly and expanding in most countries around the world. Those working with this technology need to know information that crosses a number of fields from thermodynamics and heat transfer to aerodynamics, flight performance, as well as the propellant chemistry for various types of Edition: 7th The definitive text on rocket propulsion—now revised to reflect advancements in the field For sixty years, Sutton's Rocket Propulsion Elements has been regarded as the single most authoritative sourcebook on rocket propulsion technology.

    Other highlights include: * Separate chapters on liquid, solid, and hybrid propulsion systems and a new chapter on thrust chambers including the new aerospike nozzle * Comprehensive coverage of rocket propulsion technology, with applications to space flight, satellite flight, and guided and unguided missiles * Problem-solving examples and. A reaction engine is an engine which provides propulsion by expelling reaction mass, in accordance with Newton's third law of law of motion is most commonly paraphrased as: "For every action there is an equal, and opposite, reaction". Examples include both duct engines and rocket engines, and more uncommon variations such as Hall effect thrusters, ion .


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This book, a translation of the French title Technologie des Propergols Solides, offers otherwise unavailable information on the subject of solid propellants and their use in rocket fundamentals of rocket propulsion are developed in chapter one and detailed descriptions of concepts are covered in the following Edition: 1.

Rocket Propulsion, Changing Mass, and Momentum Rockets range in size from fireworks so small that ordinary people use them to immense Saturn Vs that once propelled massive payloads toward the Moon.

The propulsion of all rockets, jet engines, deflating balloons, and even squids and octopuses is explained by the same physical principle: Newton. A solid rocket is much easier to handle and can sit for years before firing.

On this slide, we show a picture of an X rocket-powered airplane at the upper left and a picture of a rocket engine test at the lower right. For the picture at the right, we only see the outside of the rocket nozzle, with the hot gas exiting out the bottom.

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Students are guided along a step-by-step journey through modern rocket propulsion, beginning with the historical context and an introduction to top-level performance measures, and progressing on to in-depth discussions of the chemical aspects of fluid flow combustion thermochemistry and chemical equilibrium, solid, liquid, and hybrid rocket.

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For sixty years, Sutton's Rocket Propulsion Elements has been thought-about the one most authoritative sourcebook on rocket propulsion technology. Download Propellants contain considerable chemical energy that can be used in rocket propulsion.

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The term is commonly applied to any of various vehicles, including firework skyrockets, guided missiles, and. This book, a translation of the French title Technologie des Propergols Solides, offers otherwise unavailable information on the subject of solid propellants and their use in rocket fundamentals of rocket propulsion are developed in chapter one and detailed descriptions of concepts are covered in the following : Elsevier Science.

Chemical Rocket Propulsion is a unique work, where a selection of accomplished experts from the pioneering era of space propulsion and current technologists from the most advanced international laboratories discuss the future of chemical rocket propulsion for access to, and exploration of, space.

Rocket Propulsion Elements, 8th Edition by Oscar Biblarz, George P. Sutton Includes bibliographical references and index Classification -- Definitions and fundamentals -- Nozzle theory and thermodynamic relations -- Flight performance -- Chemical rocket propellant performance analysis -- Liquid propellant rocket engine fundamentals -- Liquid propellants -- Pages: The book is highly recommended for undergraduate and postgraduate study and also for anyone else working in the field in industry or academia.' Derek Bray - Cranfield University 'In Rocket Propulsion, a timely textbook for graduate students, the experience of authors, educators yet linked to industry, is a treasure not to be missed.

Rocket thrust can be explained using Newton’s 2nd rdand 3 laws of motion. 2nd Law: a force applied to a body is equal to the mass of the body and its acceleration in the direction of the force.

3rd Law: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. In rocket propulsion, a mass of propellant (m) is accelerated (via the. The seventh edition of this book is absolutely amazing!!! It presents the material in a clear and concise manner without losing the reader.

This book provides up to date information about every type of rocket propulsion system from solids and liquids, to hybrids and exotics.5/5(5).

Rocket Propulsion Elements remains the definitive guide to the field, providing a comprehensive introduction to essential concepts and applications. Led by industry veteran George P.

Sutton and by Professor Oscar Biblarz, this book provides interdisciplinary coverage including thermodynamics, aerodynamics, flight performance, propellant Brand: Wiley.