• Published 2006

CHAPTER 15 HYBRID PROPELLANT ROCKETS

@inproceedings{Boardman2006CHAPTER1H,
  title={CHAPTER 15 HYBRID PROPELLANT ROCKETS},
  author={Terry Boardman},
  year={2006}
}
Rocke t p ropuls ion concepts in which one c o m p o n e n t of the propel lant is s tored in liquid phase while the other is s tored in solid phase are called hybrid propuls ion systems. Such systems most common ly employ a liquid oxidizer and solid fuel t . Various combina t ions of solid fuels and liquid oxidizers as well as liquid fuels and solid oxidizers have been experimental ly evaluated for use in hybrid rocket motors . Mos t c o m m o n is the liquid oxidizer-sol id fuel concept shown… CONTINUE READING

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