Progress in Propulsion Physics. Volume 1
The book contains 44 selected, revised and thoroughly edited papers addressing various issues of propulsion physics written by world-known experts. The papers include critical analyses of previous studies and controversial aspects of novel propulsion concepts, new theoretical and experimental results and findings as well as numerous references to archival publications worldwide. The book is organized in 8 chapters: (1) Solid Rocket Propulsion; (2) Liquid and Gelled Rocket Propulsion; (3) Fluid/Structure Interactions in Space/Launch Vehicles; (4) Pulsed/Continuous Detonation Propulsion; (5) Electric Propulsion for Spacecraft; (6) Airbreathing, Turbomachinery, and LAPCAT; (7) Ceramic Matrix Composites for Aerospace Applications; and (8) Engine Health Monitoring. The volume is prepared as a reference for research scientists and practicing engineers in the fields of aerospace propulsion.
Torus Press, 2009 г.
Твердый переплет, 764 страниц
Размер (в x ш x т)
249 x 167 x 45 (большая)