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Modern Engineering for Design of Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines [Dieter K. Huzel and David H. Huang, 1992] (hardcover)
978-1563470134
Dieter K. Huzel and David H. Huang
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431 pgs, 1992, AIAA
ISBN 978-1563470134

Huzel and Huang originally wrote Modern Engineering for Design of Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines “on the job” as a means for effectively passing on their know-how to the next generation of engineers. They intended to fill the need they had, as supervisors and lead engineers, for a document they could hand to newly hired engineers to introduce them to the field initially, then serve as a reference later on. With the help of 12 contributors from the Rocketdyne Division of Rockwell International, they have revised, updated and enlarged their “how-to” to include more than 470 illustrations and tables, and cover every aspect of rocket engine design, from components to systems, as it is “done in the industry.”

TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1. Introduction to Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines
    2. Engine Requirements and Preliminary Design Analyses
    3. Introduction to Sample Calculations
    4. Design of Thrust Chambers and Other Combustion Devices
    5. Design of Gas-Pressurized Propellant Feed Systems
    6. Design of Turbopump Propellant Feed Systems
    7. Design of Rocket-Engine Control and Condition-Monitoring Systems
    8. Design of Propellant Tanks
    9. Design of Interconnecting Components and Mounts
    10. Engine Systems Design Integration
    11. Design of Liquid-Propellant Space Engines
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