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1740 ft/sec2). If I, is defined by F/m, as is sometimes done, then its dimensions are (ML/T*)/(M/T)= L/T. 174 ft/sec2. (4 29 PROPULSION AND PROPELLANTS ORDP 20-282 F = THRUST TO INFINITY TO INFINITY I I-% I '1 r A----F-------h 1 / I I Figure 3-2. Application of the Momentum Theorem of Fluid Mechanics to an Arbitrary Propulsion System Y Figure 3-3. Free Body Diagram for a Rocket Propelied Ballistic Missile 30 CRITERIA OF ROCKET ENGINE PERFORMANCE ORDP 20-282 From equations (3-7) and (3-11) it follows that if the exhaust nozzle operates with complete expansion ( p , = p,,), then Equation (3-8) is, however, the most widely used definition for I,.
3. Calculation of Thrust by Momentum Theorem. The momentum theorem of fluid mechanics states that the time rate of change of a bounded mass system of discrete particles ( a body of Jluid for example) in any direction i s equal to the resultant of the external forces acting on the boundaries in the speciJied direction and i s independent of the internal forces. (2) The mathematical statement of this principle is where AM = ORDP 20-282 the change in momentum of the body of fluid. Fez1dr= the time impulse of the external force = 'v F = % 90 V, + (pe-po)Ae (3-74 EZL.
Values of the theoretical specific impulse 1: for several liquid propellant combinations based on frozen composition, are presented in Chapter 5. Table 6 presents the enthalpies of formation of fuels, Table 7 the enthalpies of formation of oxidizers, and Table 8 the enthalpies of formation of reaction products. The calculation of the isentropic exit velocity V,' involves determining the enthalpies h, and h: (see equation 4-1). It has been pointed out that h, is determined from the composition of the equilibrium gas mixture at the entrance to the exhaust nozzle, and the combustion temperature t,.