Analysis of rocket, ram-jet, and turbojet engines for supersonic propulsion of long-range missiles 1: rocket-engine performance
Description: Report presenting theoretical performance characteristics and estimates of effective specific impulse and weight for rocket engines serving a main and booster power plants for missiles. The fuels used included ammonia-fluorine and JP4-oxygen propellants. At extremely high altitudes, the specific impulse depends primarily on the expansion ratio.
Date: July 9, 1954
Creator: Huff, Vearl N. & Kerrebrock, Jack
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