1963-01-01

Design Factors for Liquid Hydrogen Rocket Engine Test Facilities 630373

Thermodynamic properties of liquid hydrogen and their relationship to the design of rocket engine test facilities are presented. Major points covered are the need to completely define the thermodynamic state of the liquid, and a method of determining the heat gain during flow from the environment and from fluid friction. Charts useful for estimating these effects are included.

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