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Development of a System for Exposing a Thermally Stressed Liquid Rocket Nozzle to Nuclear Radiation.
Final rept., May 71-May 73,
AIR FORCE ROCKET PROPULSION LAB EDWARDS AFB CALIF
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The report describes a system that was developed for use in a test in which the thermally stressed nozzle of a liquid rocket engine would be exposed to nuclear readiation. To accomplish this objective the system developed had to be capable of firing the engine at a simulated 100,000 foot altitude and exposing the chamber throat immediately after firing to a nuclear beam.
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