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Property requirements for liquid rocket propellants

College of Aeronautics.

Property requirements for liquid rocket propellants

by College of Aeronautics.

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Published by College of Aeronautics .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby E.M.Goodger.
SeriesNotes;no.97
The Physical Object
Pagination22p.,ill.,28cm
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20711331M

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  An informal history of liquid rocket propellants John D. Clark. IGNITION! An informal history of liquid rocket propellants. Rutgers University, USA This is rocket science. Cult book among rocket geeks or the aspiring 'rocketeer.' Includes amusing stories e.g. an attempt to use skunk oil as a fuel. Talk about stinks and bangs! procedures, test equipement requirements, and safe oeprating procedures for small liquid-fuel rocket engines. INTRODUCTION A liquid rocket engine employs liquid propellants which are fed under pressure from tanks in to a combustion chamber. The propellants usually consist of a liquid oxidizer and a liquid fuel. In the combustion chamber theFile Size: KB.

A liquid-propellant rocket engine is a rocket propulsion system that uses a liquid propellant, combining a liquid fuel (such as kerosene or liquid hydrogen) in a thrust chamber with a liquid oxidizer (such as liquid oxygen or fuming nitric acid). Very efficient and controllable, such engines are used extensively in . Ignition!: An informal history of liquid rocket propellants. John Drury Clark LibraryThing. Author John D. Clark’s ideal audience is propellant scientists and rocket engineers. They will appreciate his long experience and considerable technical savvy. The book reportedly originated from Clark's wife telling him to write a book of his 4/5(1).


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