Sutton rocket propulsion elements
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George P. Sutton is an aerospace industry consultant. He previously worked at Rocketdyne (The Boeing Company’s Rocketdyne Division, now Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as an executive director of engineering and a laboratory associate. Oscar Biblarz is a Professor Emeritus at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, in the Department of Mechanical and Astronautical Engineering.
Unbelievably well-written novel! Can be highly recommended to physics students. What irritates me, however, is that the authors of American units use SI units interchangeably. This makes it impossible to calculate the outcomes of the experiments. As a consequence, I’m going to have to drop a percentage. But, aside from that, I can honestly say that I have never learned as much about the physics of rocket engines as I have with this book.
If you’re looking for a nice book to read every now and then, look for something else. This book is rather comprehensive, but it is one of those that should be read on a table with a bolgrafo in one hand and folios to be saved. It’s likely that it’s part of the university’s recommended library for engineering assignments. This is your book if you want to research, educate yourself, and learn quickly.
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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF ROCKET PROPULSION The recent increase in global government and private investment, as well as space travel activities, has resulted in a slew of new rocket propulsion applications. The definitive guide to the area, Rocket Propulsion Elements, continues to provide a thorough introduction to key concepts and applications. This book, edited by industry veteran George P. Sutton and Professor Oscar Biblarz, covers a wide range of topics such as thermodynamics, aerodynamics, flight performance, propellant chemistry, and more. This completely updated ninth edition contains a discussion and study of recent developments in the field, making it an authoritative guide for both students and practicing engineers. Theory is only as useful as it is practical in any engineering field; this book emphasizes applicable real-world implementations of fundamental principles to link “thinking” and “doing.” Readers will benefit from this book in the following ways: This seminal work offers an unparalleled framework in aerospace engineering topics, with its broad reach, rich detail, and concise explanations. Learning through the prism of modern apps lets students untangle complex topics and understand the nuances on a more intuitive level. The Ninth Edition of Rocket Propulsion Elements blends knowledge and usefulness to provide a solid base for innovation.
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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF ROCKET PROPULSION
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The recent increase in global government and private investment, as well as space travel activities, has resulted in a slew of new rocket propulsion applications. Propulsion by Rockets
Former Executive Director of Engineering at Rocketdyne (now Aerojet Rocketdyne) and Laboratory Associate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, GEORGE P. SUTTON is a recognized authority on rocket propulsion.
OSCAR BIBLARZ is a Professor Emeritus at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
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This book provides a straightforward and detailed overview of rocket propulsion technology, including thermodynamics, heat transfer, aerodynamics, flight efficiency, and propellant chemistry, with a special emphasis on industrial applications. From technology to engineer performance and design considerations, there is a wide range of topics covered. It covers basic concepts as well as practical implementations, as well as recent advancements in the field.
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