2 edition of Solid propellant combustion found in the catalog.
Solid propellant combustion
1966 by Aerospace Technology Division, Library of Congress in Washington] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by Paul Vantoch and Seraphim Parandjuk.|
|Series||ATD report 66-68|
|Contributions||Parandjuk, Seraphim, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z663.23 .A2 no. 66-68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 73 l.|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||67060595|
A MODEL OF AP/HTPB COMPOSITE PROPELLANT COMBUSTION IN ROCKET-MOTOR ENVIRONMENTS Weidong Cai, Piyush Thakre, and Vigor Yang Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA A comprehensive theoretical/numerical model for treating AP/HTPB composite-propellant. solid propellant fuels has to be focused primarily on compounds of hydrogen and carbon or simply stated, hydrocarbons. Further, since hydrogen has higher combustion energy per unit weight than carbon, a hydrocarbon with high HlC ratio is preferred. A processed solid propellant grain must possess good mechanical strength. In order to provide theCited by: 5. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Reviews state-of-the-art research in the field of combustion of boron-based solid propellants and solid fuels. The book includes chapters on processing technology and chemical kinetics of boron particles and boron based solid fuels, and combustion of boron particle clouds. (source: Nielsen Book Data). THE HISTORY OF SOLID-PROPELLANT ROCKETRY: WHAT WE DO AND DO NOT KNOW J. D. Hunley * NASA Dryden Flight Research Center in a book in the NASA History Series. Initially, while Problems existed with combustion instability and the aeroplex binder was not case-bondable, leading File Size: KB.
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Solid Propellant Chemistry Combustion and Motor Interior Ballistics (Progress in Astronautics & Aeronautics) by Professor Vigor Yang (Editor), Thomas B Brill (Editor), Wu-Zhen Ren (Editor), Paul Zarchan (Editor) & 1 more4/5(2). Fundamentals of Solid-Propellant Combustion (Progress in Astronautics & Aeronautics) Hardcover – October 1, by Kenneth K.
Kuo (Author), Martin Summerfield (Series Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA This chapter discusses the solid propellant combustion and internal ballistics of motors.
The combustion of a solid propellant is characterized by the way its surface regresses once it begins to burn. The burning rate is the distance traveled by the flame front per unit of time, measured normally to the burning surface.
Book Description. Boron-Based Fuel-Rich Solid Rocket Propellant Technology is a professional book that systematically introduces the latest research progress for boron-based fuel-rich solid propellants. It covers surface modifications, coating and agglomerating techniques, granulation, and characterization of amorphous boron powders, and its application to fuel-rich solid rocket propellants.
adjacent to burning solid propellants. Such techniques provide solid-propellant combustion scientists with the means for measurement of velocities, species concentrations, temperatures, and Solid propellant combustion book with high spatial and time resolutions. Description. This volume brings together the world's most highly regarded scientists in the field of solid rocket propulsion.
Thirty-nine papers present in-depth coverage on a wide range of topics including: advanced materials and nontraditional formulations; the chemical aspects of organic and inorganic components in relation to decomposition mechanisms, kinetics, combustion, and modeling.
Combustion of Solid Propellants The combustion of the components and then of the various propellants will be seen in the next chapters.
A few general references about chemical propulsion, solid propellants and combustion can be found at the end of the main text, ahead of more specialized references introduced progressively in the followingCited by: The ignition and combustion property of solid propellant is the main content in internal ballistic research, which has a great significance for propulsion application and combustion mechanism.
oxidant is a chemical constituent of a propellant. The combustion of most propellants cannot be quenched once it has begun. This chapter primarily considers the risks of expo-sure via inhalation, the skin, and the eyes to the major combustion products of commonly used solid propel-lants—carbon monoxide, ammonia, hydrogen chlo-File Size: KB.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Clearly structured, the first half of the book presents an introduction to pyrodynamics, describing fundamental aspects of the combustion of energetic materials, while the second part highlights applications of energetic materials, such as propellants, explosives and pyrolants, with a focus on the phenomena occurring in rocket motors.
Fundamentals of Solid-Propellant Combustion - Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, Volume 90 Details This book identifies technological gaps in different areas of solid-propellant combustion Solid propellant combustion book encourages further advancements in solid-propellant propulsion systems so that future systems can be designed and developed with higher efficiency, greater reproducibility.
Solid Propellant Chemistry Combustion and Motor Interior Ballistics Vigor Yang. AIAA, - Ballistics, Interior - pages. 1 Review. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. This book is full of information. I cant buy as it has very high price.I want to get it free online 5/5(1).
The scope of this study is to improve combustion performance of a boron-based solid propellant ducted rocket (SPDR).
A numerical approach for the internal reaction flow in SPDR was built, and an. Solid propellant ignition (and the evolution to self-sustained combustion) is a highly com- plex physicochemical process, involving the transition of a stable solid propellant state through to a luminous burning resulting from the application of heat energy.
orF solid. This third edition of the classic on the thermochemical aspects of the combustion of propellants and explosives is completely revised and updated and now includes a section on green propellants and offers an up-to-date view of the thermochemical aspects of combustion and corresponding applications.
Clearly structured, the first half of the book presents an introduction to Author: Naminosuke Kubota. combustion or apparatus I. Solid Rocket Motor - Rocket type where prior to ignition the propellants are in a solid state. III. Exemptions The provisions of this Rule shall not apply to: A.
Rocket propellant combustion during rocket test stand operations with a total consumed or combusted propellant File Size: 16KB. CHAPTER 14 SOLID PROPELLANT COMBUSTION AND ITS STABILITY In this the third of four chapters on solid propellant rocket motors we discuss combustion of solid propellants, physical and chemical processes of burning, ignition or start‐up process, extinction of.
Final Report Solid Rocket Propellant Combustion Sam Judd Email: [email protected] Matthew Vernacchia Email: [email protected] 1 Introduction The combustion of solid propellants for rocket propul-sion is important because of the long shelf life, high propel-lant mass fraction, and ease of use of solid motors.
SolidFile Size: 1MB. Solid-Phase Region B. Subsurface Multi-Phase Region C. Gas-Phase Region D. Boundary Conditions V. NUMERICAL METHOD VI. DISCUSSION OF MODEL RESULTS A. Steady-State Combustion of Nitramine Propellants B. Laser-Induced Ignition of RDX Monopropellant C. Steady-State Combustion of HMX/GAP and RDX/GAP Pseudo-Propellants 1.
HMX/GAP Pseudo-Propellant 2. Solid Propellant Chemistry, Combustion, And Motor Interior Ballistics Solid Propellant Chemistry, Combustion, And Motor Interior Ballistics. Topics rockets, missile, of eventually learning how to control combustion dynamics in solid rocket motors through the use of.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Fundamentals of solid-propellant combustion by,American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics edition, in EnglishPages: Theory of Solid-Propellant Nonsteady Combustion fills this gap by summarizing theoretical approaches to the problem within the framework of the Zeldovich-Novozhilov (ZN-) theory.
This book contains equations governing unsteady combustion and applies them systematically to a wide range of problems of practical interest.
The combustion of a solid propellant is characterized by the way its surface regresses once it begins to burn. The burning rate is the distance traveled by the flame front per unit of time, measured normally to the burning surface. The burning rate is obtained by the strand useful length and the duration of the firing.
Propellants and Explosives: Thermochemical Aspects of Combustion, Second Edition. plus combustion wave structures. The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer process in the combustion waves.
majoring in "Solid Propellant. 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 propulsion. The fundamentals of rocket propulsion are developed in chapter one and detailed descriptions of concepts are covered in the following chapters.
Specific design methods and the theoretical physics. Other chapters are devoted to advances in solid propellant binder chemistry; combustion and its effects on the structural integrity of the solid propellant grain; and design and other engineering problems.
This book will be of value to scientists, engineers, and researchers who are interested in the diverse applications of solid : CHAPTER 12SOLID PROPELLANT ROCKET MOTOR FUNDAMENTALS This is the first of four chapters dealing exclusively with solid propellant rocket motors—the word motor is as common to solid propellants as - Selection from Rocket Propulsion Elements, 9th Edition [Book].
Unstable combustion of solid rocket propellants is of interest for two reasons: first, it is one of several methods available for investigating the structure of the solid propellant combustion and, second, unstable combustion has presented serious problems in the development of some opera-tional solid propellant rocket Size: 3MB.
The combustion of molten metals is an important area of study with applications ranging from solid aluminized rocket propellants to fireworks displays. Our work uses digital in-line holography (DIH) to experimentally quantify the three-dimensional position, size, and velocity of aluminum particles during combustion of ammonium perchlorate (AP.
This third edition of the classic on the thermochemical aspects of the combustion of propellants and explosives is completely revised and updated and now includes a section on green propellants and offers an up-to-date view of the thermochemical aspects of combustion and corresponding applications.
majoring in "Solid Propellant Combustion. Deformation of the combustible component (in red) of a rocket part using the new Combustible objects model in FLOW-3D v The combustible object gets converted into gas creating pressure inside.
Solid and liquid propellants are substances that undergo rapid combustion, producing gaseous products. Black powder was used as a propellant in guns and rockets until the 20th century, when double-base gunpowder (40 percent nitroglycerin, 60 percent nitrocellulose) came into use.
Solid Propellant Requirements for the Amateur Experimentalist. With amateur rocketry, unlike professional rocketry, the availability of materials, the facilities and processes by which rocket propellants and motors may be produced, as well as available financing, vary greatly.
Ninth Symposium (International) on Combustion covers the proceedings of the Ninth Symposium (International) on Combustion, held at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on August 27 to September 1,under the auspices of the Combustion Institute. The book focuses on the processes and reactions involved in Edition: 1.
The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer process in the combustion waves.
The burning rate models are also presented as an aid to understanding the rate-controlling steps of combustion processes, thus demonstrating the 3/5(1). 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.
Solid propellant chemistry, combustion, and motor interior ballistics. Reston, Va.: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, © (OCoLC) 17 works Search for books with subject Solid propellant rocket engines. Search. Space shuttle United States. General Account Not In Library.
Combustion of solid propellants North Atlantic Treaty Organiza Not In Library. Design Methods in Solid Rocket Motors North Atlantic Treaty Organiza. A solid-propellant rocket or solid rocket is a rocket with a rocket engine that uses solid propellants (fuel/oxidizer). The earliest rockets were solid-fuel rockets powered by gunpowder; they were used in warfare by the Chinese, Indians, Mongols and Persians, as early as the 13th century.A liquid-propellant rocket or liquid rocket utilizes a rocket engine that uses liquid propellants.
Liquids are desirable because their reasonably high density allows the volume of the propellant tanks to be relatively low, and it is possible to use lightweight centrifugal turbopumps to pump the propellant from the tanks into the combustion chamber, which means that the propellants can be kept under low pressure.Fundamentals of Solid-Propellant Combustion & field AIAA publication A collection of papers dealing with the topic of solid propellant combustion, in particular, historical and state-of-the-art developments (as of ) pertaining to the understanding of the process.