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Rocket Propulsion Elements

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عناصر پیشرانش موشک

موضوع کتاب:

Technique, Missiles

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ناشر: Wiley-Interscience
ویرایش: 7
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صفحه: 765
زبان: انگلیسی
شابک/ISBN: 0471326429, 9780471326427
Aerospace Engineering/Mechanical Engineering The definitive text on rocket propulsion-now completely revised to reflect rapid advancements in the field For more than fifty years, this seminal text has been regarded as the single most authoritative sourcebook on rocket propulsion technology. More comprehensive and coherently organized than any other book on the subject, Rocket Propulsion Elements guides readers evenhandedly through the complex factors that shape propulsion, with both theory and practical design considerations. With more than a third of the text and illustrations either completely new or extensively revised, this latest edition includes current information on engine structures, nozzle theory, gas properties, thrust chambers, launch vehicles, and more. With a detailed table of contents breaking down each chapter into subsections-as well as an expanded index of key words-the Seventh Edition efficiently steers readers quickly to the information they need. 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 exercises relevant to actual design situations * More than 340 illustrations, including photographs, tables, and graphs * Coherent, up-to-date chapter on electrical propulsion balancing fundamentals with practical aspects and applications For professional engineers in the aerospace and defense industries as well as undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical and aerospace engineering, this time-honored resource is indispensable for its scope of coverage and utility.
Front Matter......Page 2
Preface......Page 4
Table of Contents......Page 0
Table of Contents......Page 9
1. Classification......Page 15
1.1. Duct Jet Propulsion......Page 16
1.2. Rocket Propulsion......Page 18
1.3. Applications of Rocket Propulsion......Page 29
References......Page 39
2.1. Definitions......Page 41
2.2. Thrust......Page 46
2.3. Exhaust Velocity......Page 48
2.4. Energy and Efficiencies......Page 50
2.5. Typical Performance Values......Page 53
Problems......Page 55
Symbols......Page 57
References......Page 58
3. Nozzle Theory and Thermodynamic Relations......Page 59
3.1. Ideal Rocket......Page 60
3.2. Summary of Thermodynamic Relations......Page 61
3.3. Isentropic Flow through Nozzles......Page 66
3.4. Nozzle Configurations......Page 89
3.5. Real Nozzles......Page 99
3.6. Four Performance Parameters......Page 106
3.7. Nozzle Alignment......Page 108
3.8. Variable Thrust......Page 110
Problems......Page 111
Symbols......Page 113
References......Page 114
4.1. Gravity-Free Drag-Free Space Flight......Page 116
4.2. Forces Acting on a Vehicle in the Atmosphere......Page 120
4.3. Basic Relations of Motion......Page 122
4.4. Effect of Propulsion System on Vehicle Performance......Page 129
4.5. Space Flight......Page 131
4.6. Flight Maneuvers......Page 146
4.7. Flight Vehicles......Page 153
4.8. Military Missiles......Page 163
4.9. Aerodynamic Effect of Exhaust Plumes......Page 166
4.10. Flight Stability......Page 167
Problems......Page 168
Symbols......Page 171
References......Page 173
5. Chemical Rocket Propellant Performance Analysis......Page 174
5.1. Background and Fundamentals......Page 175
5.2. Analysis of Chamber or Motor Case Conditions......Page 183
5.3. Analysis of Nozzle Expansion Processes......Page 186
5.4. Computer Analysis......Page 193
5.5. Results of Thermochemical Calculations......Page 194
Problems......Page 207
Symbols......Page 208
References......Page 209
6. Liquid Propellant Rocket Engine Fundamentals......Page 211
6.1. Propellants......Page 215
6.2. Propellant Feed Systems......Page 217
6.3. Gas Pressure Feed Systems......Page 219
6.4. Propellant Tanks......Page 225
6.5. Tank Pressurization......Page 232
6.6. Turbopump Feed Systems and Engine Cycles......Page 235
6.7. Flow and Pressure Balance......Page 241
6.8. Rocket Engines for Maneuvering, Orbit Adjustments, or Attitude Control......Page 242
6.9. Valves and Pipe Lines......Page 246
6.10. Engine Support Structure......Page 249
Problems......Page 250
Symbols......Page 252
References......Page 253
7. Liquid Propellants......Page 255
7.1. Propellant Properties......Page 256
7.2. Liquid Oxidizers......Page 265
7.3. Liquid Fuels......Page 269
7.4. Liquid Monopropellants......Page 273
7.5....