Results 1-3 of 55
rocket fuels in the early years of rocketry in both the United States, and Germany.
During the 1950s the U.S. Air Force selected jet fuel to be used with fuming nitric
acid in RATO Units and superperformance propulsion systems to be used on ...
J. Otto Fuel II Otto Fuel II is a very stable monopropellant, developed to provide a
safe fuel for use in undersea weapons. It is a bright red, oily liquid, insoluble in
water but is soluble in most common solvents. Otto Fuel is thermally stable at ...
The ability to run reliably for long intervals is of less importance than in the
preceding instance, and fuel economy may be of less importance also, because
this ship will burn much less fuel per annum. If there is the need to meet a strict ...
What people are saying - Write a review
Encyclopedia of physical science and technologyUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Although almost a decade has passed since the second edition of this work was published, this encyclopedia's reputation as a high-quality scholarly work has not diminished. Guided by an advisory board ... Read full review
Liquid Alkali Metals 1 John F Schenck
Liquid Chromatography 13 Russell L Rasmussen Joseph
Liquid Crystal Devices 41 Manifold Geometry
14 other sections not shown