Five Pound Bipropellant Engine
Final rept. May 1973-Jul 1974
AEROJET LIQUID ROCKET CO SACRAMENTO CA
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A fifteen-month program was conducted to develop and demonstrate the technology required to provide a five-pound thrust bipropellant engine capability for attitude control functions typical of future Air Force requirements. Phase I included detailed studies and trade-off analyses of missionsystem requirements versus engine parametrics. Phase II developed point designs based upon the Phase I analyses and the results of design verification tests. Phase III consisted of the fabrication and demonstration testing of three variants of a basic engine design designated AJ10-181 to representative mission requirements. All contract requirements were met or exceeded.
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