The Chemistry of Propellants

The Chemistry of Propellants

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The Chemistry of Propellants is a collection of papers and comments presented at the meeting on a€œThe Chemistry of Propellants , held in Paris, France on June 8-12, 1959, organized by the AGARD Combustion and Propulsion Panel. This book is organized into six parts encompassing 25 chapters that serve as an introduction to the broad and important subject of propellant chemistry and propulsion applications. The first part deals with the sources, availability, and comparative costing of propulsion system. The second and third parts discuss the theoretical, thermodynamic, and experimental aspects of liquid and solid propellants. The fourth part examines the main problems concerning preparation, storage, and use of propellants for ramjet, while the fifth part looks into the factors leading to deposits in jet engines and some of the consequences of their existence. The sixth part covers the advantages of the high energy chemical propellants, including fluorine and hydrogen. Combustion and propulsion scientists and researchers will find this book beneficial.In conclusion, the reviewer would like to express the opinion that the authors have given a general unclassified survey of composite propellant development. The presentation covers much of the material essential to such an exposition.

Title:The Chemistry of Propellants
Author: S. S. Penner, J. Ducarme
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22

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