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Gas Dynamics-Rocket Propulsion

Gas Dynamics-Rocket Propulsion

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Gas Dynamics and Propulsion / BY Dr.G.KUMARESAN, / PROFESSOR, / ANNA UNIVERSITY
Gas Dynamics and Propulsion / BY Dr.G.KUMARESAN, / PROFESSOR, / ANNA UNIVERSITY

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GDJPAnna University
Rocket
PROPULSION
 
Rocket Propulsion-Introduction
GDJPAnna University
Aircraft engine application is limited to altitudes of about100,000 ft or less. But Rocket can function outside theatmosphere
Rocket can operate in vacuum and achieve any altitude
The thrust of the rocket engines is independent of the flightspeed
Rocket works based on Newton’s law of motion
Rockets carry own oxidizer and fuel tank
 
Rocket Propulsion-Introduction Cont..
GDJPAnna University
Newton’s First law -Applied to Rocket Liftoff 

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