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Solid propellant chemistry

K. Kishore

Solid propellant chemistry

condensed phase behaviour of ammonium perchlorate-based solid propellants

by K. Kishore

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Published by Defence Research & Development Organisation, Ministry of Defence in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solid propellants.,
  • Ammonium perchlorate.,
  • Solid propellant rockets.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [177]-231) and index.

    StatementK. Kishore & K. Sridhara ; foreword by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
    SeriesDRDO monographs/special publications series
    ContributionsSridhara, K., Defence Research & Development Organisation (India)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL785 .K496 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL162856M
    LC Control Number99938912

    Description: The book is a treatise on solid propellants in nine chapters, covering the history, chemistry, energetics, processing and characterization aspects of composite solid propellants, internal ballistics, advanced solid propellants, safety, quality and reliability and homogenous or double base propellants. The book also traces the. Solid propellant chemistry, combustion, and motor interior ballistics. Reston, Va.: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vigor Yang; Thomas B Brill; Wu-Zhen Ren.

    The largest solid rocket motors ever built were Aerojet's three meter ( in) monolithic solid motors cast in Florida. Motors SL-1 and SL-2 were meters ( in) in diameter, meters (80 ft 8 in) long, weighed , kilograms (1,, lb), and had a maximum thrust of 16 MN (3,, lbf). 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.

    Abstract: 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. Introduction to the Chemistry of Rocket Fuel Rocket fuel has different categories. There is liquid propellant fuel, solid propellant fuel, liquid fuel, and solid fuel. In the next pages, you will see what consists of the different types of rocket fuel. You will also see what the chemistry is, in these solid and liquid propellants and fuels.


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Solid propellant chemistry condensed phase behaviour of ammonium perchlorate-based solid propellants by K. Kishore. Published by Defence Research & Development Organisation, Ministry of Defence in New Delhi. Written in EnglishPages: P. Lozano, in MEMS for Automotive and Aerospace Applications, Solid propellants.

Conceptually simpler than liquid rockets, the use of solid propellants minimize part count and complexity. Typical construction involves a relatively lightweight case and a mixture of oxidizer particles (in many cases ammonium perchlorate) bound together by a form of rubber, which acts as fuel (the binder).

APCP Solid Propellants Solid Rocket Boosters (SRBs) are the type implicated in the infamous Challenger Disaster[10], where a poor seal allowed escape of hot gases. Each SRB motor contains a propellant mixture (weighting about ,kg) consisting of ammonium perchlorate (oxidizer, % by weight), and aluminum (fuel,16%).

The binder can be formed from linear, either amorphous or crystalline, and crosslinked polymers. The binders used in modern solid propellants are formed from crosslinked and from linear crystalline polymers. Table 2 summarizes the chemistry of propellant binders by dividing them into two categories—cured and uncured.

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