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AERONAUTICALENGINEERING VIII 20132014 ROCKETSANDMISSILES Mr.O.MANIYARASU

Tointroducebasicconceptsofdesignandtrajectoryestimationofrocketandmissiles.

IgnitionSysteminrockets TypesofIgniters IgniterDesignConsiderations DesignConsiderationofliquidRocketCombustionChamber InjectorPropellantFeedLines,Valves PropellantTanksOutlet ROCKETSSYSTEM HeliumPressurized TurbinefeedSystems PropellantSlash PropellantHammer EliminationofGeyseringEffectinMissiles CombustionSystemofSolidRockets.

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AirframeComponentsofRocketsandMissiles AirframeComponentsofRocketsandMissiles ForcesActingonaMissileWhilePassingThrough Atmosphere ClassificationofMissiles ClassificationofMissiles MethodsofDescribingAerodynamicForcesandMoments MethodsofDescribingAerodynamicForcesandMoments AERODYNAMICS LateralAerodynamicMoment OFROCKETSAND LateralDampingMoment MISSILES LongitudinalMomentofaRocket LiftandDragForces DragEstimation BodyUpwashandDownwashinMissiles RocketDispersion NumericalProblems NumericalProblems

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OneDimensionalrocketMotionsinFreeSpace OneDimensionalrocketMotionsinHomogeneous GravitationalFields TwoDimensionalrocketMotionsinFreeSpace TwoDimensionalrocketMotionsinHomogeneous GravitationalFields ROCKETMOTION DescriptionofVertical,InclinedandGravityTurn INFREESPACE Trajectories AND DescriptionofVertical,InclinedandGravityTurn GRAVITATIONAL Trajectories FIELD DescriptionofVertical,InclinedandGravityTurn Trajectories Determinationofrange AltitudeSimple AltitudeSimple

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ApproximationstoBurnoutVelocity ApproximationstoBurnoutVelocity

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STAGINGAND CONTROLOF ROCKETSAND MISSILES

RocketVectorControl Methods Thrustdetermination SITVC Multistagingofrockets VehicleOptimization StageSeparationDynamics SeparationTechniques

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MATERIALSFOR ROCKETSAND MISSILES

SelectionofMaterials SelectionofMaterials SelectionofMaterials SpecialRequirementsofMaterialstoPerformunder AdverseConditions SpecialRequirementsofMaterialstoPerformunder AdverseConditions SpecialRequirementsofMaterialstoPerformunder AdverseConditions

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TEXTBOOKS 1. Sutton.G.P,RocketPropulsionElements,JohnWiley&SonsInc.,NewYork,1993. 2. Cornelisse,J.W.,RocketPropulsionandSpaceDynamics,J.W.,Freeman&Co.Ltd.,London,1982. REFERENCES 1. Mathur,M.,andSharma,R.P.,GasTurbinesandJetandRocketPropulsion,StandardPublishers,NewDelhi1998. 2. Parket,E.R.,MaterialsforMissilesandSpacecraft,McGrawHillBookCo.Inc.,1982. 3. M.J.Zucrow,MissilePropulsion,JohnWiley&sons. 4. H.S.Mukunda,UnderstandingAerospaceChemicalPropulsion,InterlinePublishingCompanyBangalore.


1. ExaminationTopics Examination InternalExaminationI 2 3

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Date AsperAnnaUniversity ChennaiSchedule AsperAnnaUniversity ChennaiSchedule AsperAnnaUniversity ChennaiSchedule

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InternalExaminationII

UnitI&UnitIII

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InternalExaminationIII

UnitIV&UnitV

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Innovativework/Paperpresentation

1.StudentsareaskedtoprepareaseminarontypesofRocketsandMissiles. 3. EvaluationsystemgivenbyAnnaUniversityChennai Component InternalExaminations(IIII) Attendance UniversityExamination Total Marks Internal 15 5 External 100 (Convertedto80Marks) 100

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