Space Technology: A Compendium for Space Engineering

Space Technology: A Compendium for Space Engineering Author Thomas F. Mütsch
Isbn 3110413213
File size 4MB
Year 2016
Pages 224
Language English
File format PDF
Category Astronomy

Book Description:

This textbook is a compendium for further education of students and professionals in aerospace industry. It covers the fundamentals of aerospace and explains the details of technical implementations. These are organised in the border area of technical feasibility. The authors discuss constraints of space flight and key elements of rocket motors and power supply in more detail. The accessibility of the celestial bodies is tabulated and documented in the outlook chapter, in which the largest vision of space flight, humans to Mars, is explained.

From the content:
Historical Background
Basic Principles
Propulsion Systems
Missions
Energy Sources
Materials and Lubricants
Processes
Products
Projects and Payloads
Launch Sites
Environmental and Boundary Conditions
Conclusions and Outlook
Appendix with an extensive collection of formulas

 

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