liquid propellant


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liquid propellant

[′lik·wəd prə′pel·ənt]
(materials)
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Schlechtriem, "Flashing behavior of ionic liquid propellants under vacuum conditions," in 51st AIAA/ SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Orlando, FL, USA, 2015.
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Liquid propellants are sprayed into the combustion chamber of a liquid propellant rocket to increase their surface area.
Rocketdyne designs and produces liquid propellant rocket engines, including the space shuttle's main engines.
The natural frequencies of space launch vehicles using liquid propellant change during flight because liquid propellant is rapidly consumed.
The new rocket is fueled by liquid propellant made of liquid oxygen and kerosene.
The major Russian company, which is now making the liquid propellant missiles is the Academician Makeyev State Missile Centre.
But Iran said Saturday's launch involved a new rocket with a liquid propellant named Pajoohesh or Research.
It is the first time that Iran used liquid propellant working carrier for sending living creatures to space.
The two-stage missile, the first one being solid and the second one ramjet liquid propellant, has already been inducted into the Army and Navy, and the Air Force version is in final stage of trial, defence sources were quoted, as saying.
Hybrids use the same oxidisers as liquid propellant systems.