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Reliability Prediction of Liquid Rocket Engines for Different Propellant and Engine Cycles
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 Title & Authors
Reliability Prediction of Liquid Rocket Engines for Different Propellant and Engine Cycles
Kim, Kyungmee O.;
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 Abstract
It is known that reliability of liquid rocket engines depends on the design thrust, propellant, engine cycle, and hot firing test time. Previously, a method was developed for estimating reliability of a new engine by adjusting the design thrust and hot firing test time of reference engines where reference engines have the same propellant and engine cycle with the new engine. In this paper, we provide a procedure to predict the engine reliability when the new engine and the reference engine have different propellant and engine cycles. The proposed method is illustrated to estimate the engine reliability of the first stage of Korea Space Launch Vehicle II.
 Keywords
Gas generator cycle;Korea space launch vehicle(KSLV-II);Design thrust;Hot firing test time;
 Language
Korean
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