Modern Engineering for Design of Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines available in Hardcover
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- American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
From the component design to the subsystem design to the engine systems design, engine development, and flight-vehicle application, this how-to text bridges the gap between basic physical and design principles and actual rocket-engine design as it's done in industry. More than 470 illustrations and tables help to make this book a must-read for advanced students and engineers active in all phases of engine systems design, development, and application in industry and in government agencies.
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An incredible book, I have learned more about rocket propulsion the first 4 months I had this book than the previous 3 years I had researching the subject. If you read 'Rocket Propulsion Elements' by George Sutton, you must read this book. This book goes more in depth with liquid propellant engines, and gives specific information on many of the areas overlooked by 'Rocket Propulsion Elements'.