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Course Postgraduate
Semester Electives
Subject Code AE813
Subject Title Design and Modeling of Rocket Propulsion Systems

Syllabus

Elements of rocket propulsion – nozzle design, characteristic parameters, heterogeneous flow analysis – aerothermochemistry of combustion, dissociation, equilibrium composition, adiabatic temperature, and combustion product equilibrium flow nozzle expansion – elements of solid pro- pellant system – internal ballistics and design of solid propellant – grain design and optimization – elements of liquid propulsion system – design and selection of injectors, combustion cham- bers, nozzle, cooling system, feed systems and tanks – combustion instability, low and high frequency instability and scaling – overall and optimized rocket performance – ideal velocity gain, gravitational losses, optimal mass ratio for multistage rockets, trajectory analysis, vertical flight of staged rocket, thrust programming along the path.

Text Books

Same as Reference

References

1. Barrere, M., Jaumotte, A., de Veubeke, B. F., and Vandenkerckhove, J., Rocket Propulsion , Elsevier (1960).

2. Sutton, G. P. and Biblarz, O., Rocket Propulsion Elements , 7 th ed., Wiley (2001).

3. Ramamurthi, K., Rocket Propulsion , Macmillan (2010).

4. Hill, P. and Peterson, C., Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion , 2 nd ed., Pearson (1992)