This can be the 1st significant e-book on liquid-rocket combustion units because 1960. a complete of 26 chapters ready through world-renowned specialists of their topic components are incorporated. each one bankruptcy specializes in a selected point of liquid-propellant combustion and thrust chamber dynamics, and is integrated into the amount in a well-organized, cohesive demeanour. There are contributions from 9 assorted international locations - China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, and the us.
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