Best Aerospace Propulsion Technology Books
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1. Sketch book for kids: Blank Paper for Drawing – 110 Pages ( 8.5"x11" )Blank Paper for Drawing, Doodling or Sketching (Sketchbooks For Kids)
Author: by Amy Sunday
Sketchbook: A Large Journal With Blank Paper For Drawing And SketchingThis sketchbook for kidsis the perfect tool to improve your drawing skills! This journal is printed on high quality 60# interior stock and is perfectly sized at 8. 5 x 11 so you can bring it with you on the go.
The trendy cover has a beautiful matte finish. Add some fun markers, crayons, and art supplies and you have the perfect, easy gift for kids! Perfect for improving your drawing Printed on high quality interior stock Premium matte finish cover Blank 110 pages Read more Read less
Rocket Propulsion Elements
Author: by George P. Sutton
THE DEFINITIVE INTRODUCTION TO ROCKET PROPULSION THEORY AND APPLICATIONS The recent upsurge in global government and private spending and in space flight events has resulted in many novel applications of rocket propulsion technology. Rocket Propulsion Elements remains the definitive guide to the field, providing a comprehensive introduction to essential concepts and applications.
Led by industry veteran George P. Sutton and by Professor Oscar Biblarz, this book provides interdisciplinary coverage including thermodynamics, aerodynamics, flight performance, propellant chemistry and more. This thoroughly revised ninth edition includes discussion and analysis of recent advances in the field, representing an authoritative reference for students and working engineers alike.
In any engineering field, theory is only as useful as it is practical; this book emphasizes relevant real-world applications of fundamental concepts to link “thinking” and “doing”. This book will help readers: Understand the physics of flight and the chemistry of propulsion Analyze liquid, solid, gas, and hybrid propellants, and the engines they fuel Consider high-temperature combustion, stability, and the principles of electric and chemical propulsion Dissect the workings of systems in common use around the world today Delve into the latest advances in materials, systems, propellants, and more Broad in scope, rich in detail, and clear in explanation, this seminal work provides an unparalleled foundation in aerospace engineering topics.
3. Space Is Open for Business: The Industry That Can Transform Humanity
Author: by Robert C. Jacobson
You no longer need to be a billionaire or rocket scientist to participate in space. Three things you need to know about space:It is an industry that is notoriously complexwhich means it is misunderstood. It influences and benefits nearly every other industry on the planet.
Accessing space has never been easier. Space Is Open for Business is an outstanding guidebook for the ultimate space-enabled business plan. Meticulously researched and edited for the most time-challenged reader, Space Is Open for Business provides a framework for those outside of the industry to understand the critical context that led to the commercial movement known as NewSpace.
This book includes:Insights from over 100 experts, including industry leaders and investors, into the economics and strategies for leading the trillion-dollar race to commercialize space. Breakdown of the space economy verticals. How space, arts, and culture are deeply linked. A 360-degree view of the wide-ranging space industry, its emerging opportunities, investment potential, benefits on Earth, and more.
4. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion
Author: by Philip Hill
In this textbook, the authors show that a few fundamental principles can provide students of mechanical and aeronautical engineering with a deep understanding of all modes of aircraft and spacecraft propulsion. The book also demonstrates how these fundamental principles can lead directly to useful quantitative assessments of performance as well as possibilities for improvement.
The second edition provides a wide range of new illustrative material on modern aircraft and rocket engines. The author s have also improved their explanations of pertinent physical phenomena and have introduced preliminary design procedures in this edition.
5. America's Round-Engine Airliners: Airframes and Powerplants in the Golden Age of Aviation
Author: by William Pearce
Some of the most significant engineering and technological breakthroughs of the 20th century centered on the development of piston aero engines from 1920 to 1957. This book explains in detailed, well-illustrated, and easy-to-understand terms how these piston-powered radial-engine airliners advanced rapidly. The aircraft originated with fabric-covered fuselages with wooden wings and morphed into all-metal Ford Trimotors as the world’s first true “modern airliner,” the Douglas DC-3, long-range four-engine transoceanic flying boats.
Finally, the ultimate “Queens of the skies” Lockheed Constellations, Douglas DC-7s, and Boeing Stratocruisers flew at the zenith of the piston age in the mid-to-late 1950s. Many magnificent aircraft bridged the gap from small single-engine airliners carrying six passengers in the 1920s to large long-range, four-engine landplanes carrying 60-to-80 passengers and linking all the world’s continents by air in the 1950s.
This book not only traces the technical evolution of every radial-engine powerplant used over that time span but also includes interesting and fact-filled sidebars that detail what it was like flying aboard each generation of these aircraft. In 1948, the largest radial piston engine ever produced entered airline service, the mighty 3,500-hp 28-cylinder Pratt & Whitney R-4360; it is one of 12 different radial engines covered in-depth by the authors of this book.
6. Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology
Author: by Paul A. LaViolette Ph.D.
Bear & Company
A complete investigation of the development and suppression of antigravity and field propulsion technologies Reveals advanced aerospace technologies capable of controlling gravity that could revolutionize air travel and energy production Reviews numerous field propulsion devices that have thrust-to-power ratios thousands of times greater than a jet engine Shows how NASA participates in a cover-up to block adoption of advanced technologies under military development In Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion, physicist Paul LaViolette reveals the secret history of antigravity experimentation-from Nikola Tesla and T.
Townsend Brown to the B-2 Advanced Technology Bomber. He discloses the existence of advanced gravity-control technologies, under secret military development for decades, that could revolutionize air travel and energy production. Included among the secret projects he reveals is the research of Project Skyvault to develop an aerospace propulsion system using intense beams of microwave energy similar to that used by the strange crafts seen flying over Area 51.
7. Jetpack Attack (Carmen Sandiego Chase-Your-Own Capers)
Author: by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Join Carmen Sandiego and decide where in the world to go next in this globe-trotting, daring caper! Stop VILE from stealing the superior jetpack technology you’ve developed and using it for nefarious deeds. With twenty possible endings, your adventures can take you all over the worldor out of the game.
Which will you choose? In this choose-your-own-caper set in the world of Carmen Sandiego, you are unwittingly working as a technician developing a highly maneuverable jetpack for VILE. The prototype is almost complete when Carmen sneaks into your lab to steal it.
That’s when she tells you about VILE and their dastardly deeds. You decide to help Carmen try to keep this cutting-edge technology away from anyone who’d use it as the ultimate thieving tool.Or do you? Twenty different possible endings keep readers coming back for more adventures with Carmen Sandiego!
8. Airline Maps: A Century of Art and Design (PENGUIN BOOKS)
Author: by Mark Ovenden
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10. Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons
Author: by John Carter
In his short 37 years, John Whiteside Jack Parsons embodied at least several different roles in one tormented but glorious life. By day, Parsons’ unorthodox genius created a solid rocket fuel that helped the Allies win World War II and NASA send spacecraft to the moon.
Co-founder of Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Aerojet Corporation, a lunar crater was named after Parsons. By night, Parsons called himself The Antichrist when he performed Aleister Crowley’s Thelemic rituals to create a new sort of human being that would finally destroy Christianity.
In a Pasadena mansion, the dark, handsome Parsons hosted soirees for the emerging literature of science fiction, visited by writers such as Robert Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, and none other than L. Ron Hubbard, who later founded the Church of Scientology.
With Hubbard playing his Scribe, Parsons enacted dark Babalon rituals to help foment a new occult age. Jack Parsons died suddenly in a huge, mysterious explosion that even today cannot be definitively explained.Was it murder?Suicide? Or just an accident?
11. Elements of Propulsion: Gas Turbines and Rockets, Second Edition (Aiaa Education)
Author: by Jack D. Mattingly and Keith M. Boyer
Amer Inst of Aeronautics
Elements of Propulsion: Gas Turbines and Rockets, Second Edition provides a complete introduction to gas turbine and rocket propulsion for aerospace and mechanical engineers. Textbook coverage has been revised and expanded, including a new chapter on compressible flow. Design concepts are introduced early and integrated throughout.
Written with extensive student input, the book builds upon definitions and gradually develops the thermodynamics, gas dynamics, rocket engine analysis, and gas turbine engine principles. Please note: In order to make room for new content some materials that appeared in previous editions of the book are now available as complimentary Supporting Materials downloads from the publisher web site.
For information on accessing this material please consult page 949 in the back of the textbook. Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Review of Fundamentals Chapter 3 Compressible Flow Chapter 4 Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Chapter 5 Parametric Cycle Analysis (PCA) of Ideal Engines Chapter 6 Component Performance Chapter 7 Parametric Cycle Analysis (PCA) of Real Engines Chapter 8 Engine Performance Analysis (EPA) Chapter 9 Turbomachinery Chapter 10 Rocket Propulsion Appendix A Altitude Tables Appendix B Gas Turbine Engine Data: Uninstalled Performance Appendix C Data for Some Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines Appendix D Compressible Flow Functions Appendix E Normal Shock Functions Appendix F Two-Dimensional Oblique Shock Functions Appendix G Rayleigh Line Flow Functions Appendix H Fanno Line Flow Functions Appendix I Turbomachinery Stresses and Materials Appendix J About the Software Appendix K Answers to Selected Problems Appendix L Air and (CH2) n Properties at Low Pressure Appendix M Propeller Design Tools References Index Electronic Supporting Materials Supporting Material for Chapter 5 Supporting Material for Chapter 7 Supporting Material for Chapter 8 Supporting Material for Chapter 9 Chapter 11: Inlets, Nozzles, and Combustion Systems (Chapter 10 of 1st edition) Supplemental JANNAF Tables Software Software User Guides
12. NASA Mission AS-508 Apollo 13 Owners' Workshop Manual: 1970 (including Saturn V, CM-109, SM-109, LM-7) – An engineering insight into how NASA saved the crew of the crippled Moon mission
Author: by Dr. David Baker
Haynes Publishing UK
A special new edition of the Apollo 13 Owners’ Workshop Manual, this book is published to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of the Moon mission launched in April 1970, which very nearly turned into a catastrophe. New content includes an expanded look at what was learned from the analysis of the problems that precipitated the crisis, and how these lessons affected the future space programme.
The book also looks at the worldwide reaction to the crisis, as the the international community held its breath. This Haynes Manual tells the story of the complex technical challenges involved in returning the crippled spacecraft safely to Earth, explained in detail by an expert author who was there through it all in Mission Control during the six-day flight.
It is also the story of three very special heroes, the crew members of Apollo 13: Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise. The engaging text provides fascinating technical insight, using material from the NASA archives and the author’s own personal collection, which follows the timeline of the flight to explain the unfolding drama and the analysis and work carried out both in the spacecraft and on Earth to find a way to return the astronauts safely home.
13. Rocket Propulsion Elements
Author: by George P. Sutton
The definitive text on rocket propulsionnow revised to reflect advancements in the field For sixty years, Sutton’s Rocket Propulsion Elements has been regarded as the single most authoritative sourcebook on rocket propulsion technology. As with the previous edition, coauthored with Oscar Biblarz, the Eighth Edition of Rocket Propulsion Elements offers a thorough introduction to basic principles of rocket propulsion for guided missiles, space flight, or satellite flight.
It describes the physical mechanisms and designs for various types of rockets’ and provides an understanding of how rocket propulsion is applied to flying vehicles. Updated and strengthened throughout, the Eighth Edition explores: The fundamentals of rocket propulsion, its essential technologies, and its key design rationale The various types of rocket propulsion systems, physical phenomena, and essential relationships The latest advances in the field such as changes in materials, systems design, propellants, applications, and manufacturing technologies, with a separate new chapter devoted to turbopumps Liquid propellant rocket engines and solid propellant rocket motors, the two most prevalent of the rocket propulsion systems, with in-depth consideration of advances in hybrid rockets and electrical space propulsion Comprehensive and coherently organized, this seminal text guides readers evenhandedly through the complex factors that shape rocket propulsion, with both theory and practical design considerations.
14. Modern Engineering for Design of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines (Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics)
Author: by Dieter K Huzel
From the component design, to the subsystem design, to the engine systems design, engine development and flight-vehicle application, this how-to text bridges the gap between basic physical and design principles and actual rocket-engine design as it’s done in industry.
15. Rocket Boys: A Memoir (The Coalwood Series #1)
Author: by Homer Hickam
“Until I began to build and launch rockets, I didn’t know my home town was at war with itself over its children, and that my parents were locked in a kind of bloodless combat over how my brother and I would live our lives.
I didn’t know that if a girl broke your heart, another girl, virtuous at least in spirit, could mend it on the same night. And I didn’t know that the enthalpy decrease in a converging passage could be transformed into jet kinetic energy if a divergent passage was added.
The other boys discovered their own truths when we built our rockets, but those were mine.”So begins Homer “Sonny” Hickam Jr.’s extraordinary memoir of life in Coalwood, West Virginia-a hard-scrabble little company town where the only things that mattered were coal mining and high school football.
But in 1957, after the Soviet satellite Sputnik shot across the Appalachian sky, Sonny and his teenaged friends decided to do their bit for the U.S. Space race by building their own rocketsand Coalwood, Sonny and A powerful story of growing up and of getting out, of a mother’s love and a father’s fears, Homer Hickam’s memoir Rocket Boys proves, like Angela’s Ashes and Russell Baker’s Growing Up before it, that the right storyteller and the right story can touch readers’ hearts and enchant their souls.
16. Breaking the Chains of Gravity: The Story of Spaceflight before NASA
Author: by Amy Shira Teitel
The revealing backstory of spaceflight before the establishment of NASA. NASA’s history is a familiar story, culminating with the agency successfully landing men on the moon in 1969, but its prehistory is an important and rarely told tale. Breaking the Chains of Gravity looks at the evolving roots of America’s space program-the scientific advances, the personalities, and the rivalries between the various arms of the United States military.
America’s space agency drew together some of the best minds the non-Soviet world had to offer. The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and the U.S. Air Force, meanwhile, brought rocket technology into the world of manned flight. The road to NASA and successful spaceflight was paved by fascinating stories and characters.
At the end of World War II, Wernher von Braun escaped Nazi Germany and came to America where he began developing missiles for the United States Army. Ten years after he created the V-2 missile, his Jupiter rocket was the only one capable of launching a satellite into orbit.