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The company will fabricate a representative full-scale 550,000-pound thrust class main injector and thrust chamber, and prepare to conduct a number of tests measuring performance and demonstrating combustion stability.
Although Marquardt was awarded the contract to develop this small engine, Rocketdyne had to be called in to provide the thrust chamber after Marquardt ran into trouble.
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY Specific technologies are used for the manufacturing of the injector collector (5), injector head (2), thrust chamber (15) and nozzle (11, Fig.
15, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP) partner Blue Origin has successfully fired the thrust chamber assembly for its new 100,000 pound thrust BE-3 liquid oxygen, liquid hydrogen rocket engine.
Court documents show Rocketdyne admitted TCE was used to wash down equipment and flush engine thrust chambers during rocket engine test-firing.
Some of these tools include the Joint Army NASA Navy Air Force standard methodologies such as: Thermal Equilibrium Program (TEP) for the study of equilibrium combustions of fuels; Solid Performance Program (SPP) for solid rocket motor propulsion, performance and grain design studies; Two-Dimensional Kinetics (TDK) for liquid rocket engine performance analysis; Viscous Interaction Performance Program (VIPER) for liquid and solid rocket engines; and Liquid Thrust Chamber Performance (LTCP), which is a two-dimensional/Axisymmetric Navier-Stokes solver for liquid rocket engine performance.
Hybrid Precision Casting for Regeneratively-Cooled Thrust Chamber Components," Orbital Technologies Corp.
Rocketdyne has completed 11 tests on the thrust chamber at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.