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S.No. Article Title & Authors (Volume 15, Issue 6, December - 2022) Page Nos. Status
1. Study of Nuclear Engine for Satellite Launch Vehicle
Kshitij Shinghal, Amit Saxena, Vikas Kumar
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 15 Issue 6, pp. 55-57, December 2022.
Launch vehicles or commonly known as rockets operate on a simple principle of releasing high pressure and temperature exhaust goes through a nozzle to produce thrust. The thrust there by generated gives a lift off force to the rocket in the direction opposite to which it is expelled. There exist three types of rocket engine technologies namely solid - highly stable but once ignited needs to be completely burned; liquid - having excellent control on flow and cryogenic highly unstable and nuclear thermal rocket engines. Nuclear thermal rocket engines however uses nuclear reactors for heating the propellants. The high temperature exhaust gases are then squeezed out of the nozzle to obtain the required thrust using high-speed exhaust flow. This paper explores the scope of nuclear rocket engine as future for replacing or making NTR (Nuclear Thermal Rocket) engine an essential stage of new generation space launch vehicles.
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