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The development of liquid propellant rocket engines requires tests and dynamical simulations of all its elements in a computer environment. With the advances of the numerical methodologies, particularly of the implicit schemes, the solution of flow problems which require real gas modeling became also feasible by the end of last century. Many research… (More)

In a rocket engine, the main turbopump parameters must be estimated considering that the power output of the turbine essentially has to equal the power demand of the pump. Considering the properties of the turbine drive gas (specific heat, temperature and other features), the strength limits of the turbine materials, and the likely pressure drop, it is… (More)

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