HOW to DESIGN, BUILD and TEST SMALL LIQUID-FUEL ROCKET ENGINES
ROCKETLAB / CHINA LAKE, CALIF.
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Copyright 1967 by Leroy J. Krzycki
Printed in the United States of America
First Printing: March 1967
Second Printing: March 1971
First WWW Edition: June 1996
- Propellant Choice and Properties
- Design Equations
- Combustion Chamber
- Chamber Wall Thickness
- Engine Cooling
- Heat Transfer
- Example Design Calculation
- Testing Equipment
- Feed System
- Feed System Components
- Test Stand
- Engine Check-Out and Calibration
- Ignition and Operation
- The Law
- List of Suppliers
- Conversion Factors
- Additions and Corrections
- Other Notes
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