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Contents of the Rocket Propulsion PDF

List of 33 Rocket Propulsion Formulas

Acceleration of Rocket
Area Ratio of Nozzles
Characteristics Velocity
Compressible Area Ratio
Effective Exhaust Velocity of Rocket
Exit Velocity given Mach Number and Exit Temperature
Exit Velocity given Molar Mass
Exit Velocity given Molar Specific Heat Capacity
Fuel Mass Flow rate
Mass Flow Rate through Engine
Mass Ratio of Rocket
Nozzle Thrust Coefficient
Oxidizer Mass Flow Rate
Payload Mass Fraction
Photon Propulsion Thrust
Power required to produce Exhaust Jet Velocity
Power required to produce Exhaust Jet Velocity given Mass of Rocket and Acceleration
Propellant Mass Flow Rate
Propellant Mixture Ratio
Propellent Mass Fraction
Propulsion Efficiency
Rocket Exhaust Gas Velocity
Rocket Exit Pressure
Rocket Exit Temperature
Specific Temperature at Throat
Specific Volume at Throat
Structural Mass Fraction
Throat Velocity of Nozzle
Thrust given Exhaust Velocity and Mass Flow Rate
Thrust given Mass and Acceleration of Rocket
Total Impulse
Total Velocity Required to Place Satellite in Orbit
Velocity Increment of Rocket

Variables used in Rocket Propulsion PDF

  1. Area Ratio of Nozzle
  2. a Acceleration (Meter per Square Second)
  3. A Area (Square Meter)
  4. A2 Exit Area (Square Meter)
  5. Ar Area Ratio
  6. At Nozzle Throat Area (Square Meter)
  7. c Effective Exhaust Velocity (Meter per Second)
  8. CF Thrust Coefficient
  9. Cj Exit Velocity (Meter per Second)
  10. Cp molar Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure (Joule Per Kelvin Per Mole)
  11. C Characteristics Velocity (Meter per Second)
  12. F Thrust (Newton)
  13. F Rocket Thrust (Newton)
  14. h Height of Satellite (Meter)
  15. m Mass of Rocket (Kilogram)
  16. M Mach Number
  17. Propellant Mass Flow Rate (Kilogram per Second)
  18. m0 Initial Mass (Kilogram)
  19. M2 Mach at Exit
  20. ma Mass Flow Rate (Kilogram per Second)
  21. md Payload Mass (Kilogram)
  22. ME Mass Of Earth (Kilogram)
  23. mf Final Mass (Kilogram)
  24. f Fuel Mass Flow Rate (Kilogram per Second)
  25. mfinal Final Mass of Rocket (Kilogram)
  26. mi Initial Mass of Rocket (Kilogram)
  27. Mmolar Molar Mass (Gram Per Mole)
  28. o Oxidizer Mass Flow Rate (Kilogram per Second)
  29. mp Propellant Mass (Kilogram)
  30. ms Structural Mass (Kilogram)
  31. MR Mass Ratio
  32. P Power Required (Kilowatt)
  33. p1 Pressure at Chamber (Megapascal)
  34. P1 Inlet Nozzle Pressure (Megapascal)
  35. p2 Nozzle Exit Pressure (Megapascal)
  36. p3 Atmospheric Pressure (Megapascal)
  37. Pc Chamber Pressure (Megapascal)
  38. Pe Power in Jet (Kilowatt)
  39. Pexit Exit Pressure (Megapascal)
  40. Pt Total Pressure (Megapascal)
  41. r Propellant Mixture Ratio
  42. RE Radius of Earth (Meter)
  43. t i Initial time (Second)
  44. T1 Temperature at Chamber (Kelvin)
  45. Tc Chamber Temperature (Kelvin)
  46. Texit Exit Temperature (Kelvin)
  47. tf Final time (Second)
  48. Tt Specific Temperature (Kelvin)
  49. Tt Total impulse (Second)
  50. Ttot Total Temperature (Kelvin)
  51. v0 Vehicle Speed (Meter per Second)
  52. V1 Inlet Volume (Cubic Meter)
  53. v9 Exhaust Speed (Meter per Second)
  54. Ve Jet Velocity (Meter per Second)
  55. Veff Effective Exhaust Velocity of Rocket (Meter per Second)
  56. vt Throat Velocity (Meter per Second)
  57. Vt Specific Volume (Cubic Meter)
  58. VT Total Velocity of Rocket (Meter per Second)
  59. γ Specific Heat Ratio
  60. ΔV Velocity Increment of Rocket (Meter per Second)
  61. ζ Propellant Mass Fraction
  62. ηprop Propulsion Efficiency
  63. λ Payload Mass Fraction
  64. σ Structural Mass Fraction

Constants, Functions and Measurements used in Rocket Propulsion PDF

  1. Constant: [G.], 6.67408E-11
    Gravitational constant
  2. Constant: [c], 299792458.0
    Light speed in vacuum
  3. Constant: [R], 8.31446261815324
    Universal gas constant
  4. Function: int, int(expr, arg, from, to)
    The definite integral can be used to calculate net signed area, which is the area above the x -axis minus the area below the x -axis.
  5. Function: ln, ln(Number)
    The natural logarithm, also known as the logarithm to the base e, is the inverse function of the natural exponential function.
  6. Function: sqrt, sqrt(Number)
    A square root function is a function that takes a non-negative number as an input and returns the square root of the given input number.
  7. Measurement: Length in Meter (m)
    Length Unit Conversion
  8. Measurement: Weight in Kilogram (kg)
    Weight Unit Conversion
  9. Measurement: Time in Second (s)
    Time Unit Conversion
  10. Measurement: Temperature in Kelvin (K)
    Temperature Unit Conversion
  11. Measurement: Volume in Cubic Meter (m³)
    Volume Unit Conversion
  12. Measurement: Area in Square Meter (m²)
    Area Unit Conversion
  13. Measurement: Pressure in Megapascal (MPa)
    Pressure Unit Conversion
  14. Measurement: Speed in Meter per Second (m/s)
    Speed Unit Conversion
  15. Measurement: Acceleration in Meter per Square Second (m/s²)
    Acceleration Unit Conversion
  16. Measurement: Power in Kilowatt (kW)
    Power Unit Conversion
  17. Measurement: Force in Newton (N)
    Force Unit Conversion
  18. Measurement: Mass Flow Rate in Kilogram per Second (kg/s)
    Mass Flow Rate Unit Conversion
  19. Measurement: Molar Mass in Gram Per Mole (g/mol)
    Molar Mass Unit Conversion
  20. Measurement: Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure in Joule Per Kelvin Per Mole (J/K*mol)
    Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure Unit Conversion

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