Some anomalies in the dependence of the specific pulse of rocket propellants on the aluminum content
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An explanation of the previously unnoticed phenomenon that the gradual introduction of aluminum into a rocket propellant composed of the C, H, N, O, and F atoms is accompanied first by a decrease in the specific impulse and then by its growth.
KeywordsCombustion Chamber Combustion Product Hydrogen Content Nozzle Exit Aluminum Content
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