propellant injector

propellant injector

[prə′pel·ənt in‚jek·tər]
(aerospace engineering)
A device for injecting propellants, which include fuel and oxidizer, into the combustion chamber of a rocket engine.
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The LCPE has parts made from common steel alloys using standard industrial fabrication techniques, employs ablative cooling techniques instead of more expensive regenerative cooling, and features the least complex type of rocket propellant injector -- a single element coaxial pintle injector.