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1IntroductionDownload
2Motion in SpaceDownload
3Rotational Frame of Reference and Orbital VelocitiesDownload
4Velocity RequirementsDownload
5Theory of rocket propulsionDownload
6Rocket Equation and Staging of RocketsDownload
7Review of Rocket Principles: Propulsion EfficiencyDownload
8Examples Illustrating Theory of Rocket Propulsion and Introduction to NozzlesDownload
9Theory of NozzlesDownload
10Nozzle ShapeDownload
11Area Ratio of Nozzles: Under Expansion and Over ExpansionDownload
12Characteristic Velocity and Thrust CoefficientDownload
13Divergence Loss in Conical Nozzles and the Bell NozzlesDownload
14Unconventional Nozzles and Problems in NozzlesDownload
15Criterion for Choice of Chemical PropellantsDownload
16Choice of Fuel-Rich PropellantsDownload
17Performance Prediction AnalysisDownload
18Factors Influencing Choice of Chemical PropellantsDownload
19Low energy liquid propellants and Hybrid propellants Chap 5: Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
20Introduction to Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
21Burn Rate of Solid Propellants and Equilibrium Pressure in Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
22Design Aspects of Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
23Burning Surface Area of Solid Propellant GrainsDownload
24Ignition of Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
25Review of Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
26Feed Systems for Liquid Propellant RocketsDownload
27Feed System Cycles for Pump Fed Liquid Propellant RocketsDownload
28Analysis of Gas Generator and Staged combustion cycles and introduction to injectorsDownload
29Injectors, Cooling of Chambers and Mixture Ratio DistributionDownload
30Efficiencies due to mixture ratio distribution and incomplete vaporizationDownload
31Pumps and Turbines: Propellant Feed System at Zero “g” ConditionsDownload
32Review of Liquid Bi-propellant Rockets and Introduction to Mono-propellant RocketsDownload
33Introduction to Hybrid Rockets and a Simple Illustration of Combustion instability in Liquid Propellant RocketsDownload
34Principles of Electrostatic and Electromagnetic RocketsDownload
35Electrical ThrustersDownload
36Electrical and Nuclear Rockets; Advanced PropulsionDownload

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1IntroductionDownload
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2Motion in SpaceDownload
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3Rotational Frame of Reference and Orbital VelocitiesDownload
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4Velocity RequirementsDownload
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5Theory of rocket propulsionDownload
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6Rocket Equation and Staging of RocketsDownload
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7Review of Rocket Principles: Propulsion EfficiencyDownload
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8Examples Illustrating Theory of Rocket Propulsion and Introduction to NozzlesDownload
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9Theory of NozzlesDownload
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10Nozzle ShapeDownload
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11Area Ratio of Nozzles: Under Expansion and Over ExpansionDownload
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12Characteristic Velocity and Thrust CoefficientDownload
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13Divergence Loss in Conical Nozzles and the Bell NozzlesDownload
Verified
14Unconventional Nozzles and Problems in NozzlesDownload
Verified
15Criterion for Choice of Chemical PropellantsDownload
Verified
16Choice of Fuel-Rich PropellantsDownload
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17Performance Prediction AnalysisDownload
Verified
18Factors Influencing Choice of Chemical PropellantsDownload
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19Low energy liquid propellants and Hybrid propellants Chap 5: Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
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20Introduction to Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
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21Burn Rate of Solid Propellants and Equilibrium Pressure in Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
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22Design Aspects of Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
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23Burning Surface Area of Solid Propellant GrainsDownload
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24Ignition of Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
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25Review of Solid Propellant RocketsDownload
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26Feed Systems for Liquid Propellant RocketsDownload
Verified
27Feed System Cycles for Pump Fed Liquid Propellant RocketsDownload
Verified
28Analysis of Gas Generator and Staged combustion cycles and introduction to injectorsDownload
Verified
29Injectors, Cooling of Chambers and Mixture Ratio DistributionDownload
Verified
30Efficiencies due to mixture ratio distribution and incomplete vaporizationDownload
Verified
31Pumps and Turbines: Propellant Feed System at Zero “g” ConditionsPDF unavailable
32Review of Liquid Bi-propellant Rockets and Introduction to Mono-propellant RocketsPDF unavailable
33Introduction to Hybrid Rockets and a Simple Illustration of Combustion instability in Liquid Propellant RocketsPDF unavailable
34Principles of Electrostatic and Electromagnetic RocketsPDF unavailable
35Electrical ThrustersPDF unavailable
36Electrical and Nuclear Rockets; Advanced PropulsionPDF unavailable


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