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The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.

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    Course Outline

    Course Outline

     

     

    • Rocket Propulsion Fundamentals
      • History of Propulsion/Overview of Components
      • Performance and Design Considerations
      • Rocket Classifications
      • Propellants and Properties
    • Structural Considerations in Rocket Engine Design
      • Failure Modes of Structures
      • Rocket Engine Design Drivers and Reliability
      • Material Characterization
      • Development and Qualification Testing
    • Rocket Engine Testing
      • Test Facility Description
      • Vulcain 2 Description
      • Testing Operational Aspects
        • Pre-Test/Test Day/Post-Test
    • Development and Flight Experience with Green Monopropellants
      • ADN in Liquid Monopropellants
      • High Performance Green Propulsion Monopropellant and Thrusters
      • HPGP System Design and Flight Experience
    • Microsat, Nanosat and Cubesat Propulsion
      • Mission Requirements
      • Design Considerations
      • Microscale Fluid Dynamic, Heat Transfer and Combustion
      • Fabrication Technologies
      • Micropropulsion Testing
    • Dual Mode Engines and Propulsion System Trades
      • Flight Heritage
      • Theoretical Performance
      • Dual Mode Liquid Apogee Engines
      • Dual Mode Attitude Control System Engines