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  1. The Development of Propulsion Technology for U.S. Space-Launch Vehicles, 1926-1991 (Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University) by J. D. Hunley, 2007-07-12
  2. Elements of Gas Turbine Propulsion (Aiaa Education Series) by Jack D. Mattingly, 2005-08-01
  3. Scale Model Ship Propulsion by Tom Gorman, 2004-02
  4. Nuclear Propulsion for Merchant Ships by Andrew W. Kramer, 2005-10-31
  5. Introduction to Aerospace Propulsion, An by R. Douglas Archer, Maido Saarlas, 1998-03-20
  6. Beamed Energy Propulsion: Second International Symposium on Beamed Energy Propulsion (AIP Conference Proceedings / Symposia on Beamed Energy Propulsion)
  7. Mechanics & Thermodynamics of Propulsion
  8. Rocket and Spacecraft Propulsion: Principles, Practice and New Developments (Springer Praxis Books / Astronautical Engineering) by Martin J. L. Turner, 2010-11-02
  9. A HISTORY OF JET PROPULSION, INCLUDING ROCKETS by Raymond Friedman, 2010-04-15
  10. Deviant Propulsion: Poems by C. A. Conrad, 2005-07-10
  11. Propulsion Systems for Hybrid Vehicles (Iet Power and Energy) by J. Miller, 2004-01-01
  12. Propulsion Combustion: Fuels To Emissions
  13. Air-Screws: An Introduction to the Aerofoil Theory of Screw Propulsion, by M A. S. Riach, 2010-02-22
  14. Occult Ether Physics: Tesla's Hidden Space Propulsion System and the Conspiracy to Conceal It (2nd Revised Edition) by William Lyne, 1998-11

41. Solomon Technologies
Manufacturer of electric propulsion system to replace fossil fuel motors of 10hp to 24hp. Powering boats from 28' to 50' with full regeneration technology.

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There are other manufacturers of electric motors for boats, but no other manufacturer approaches the power of the Solomon Technologies high torque, low RPM electric motors and NONE has the regenerative feedback characteristics of the STI motors. Solomon Technologies has completed their Beta Testing and is launching into full production, with electric systems packaged and ready to go. Here is what you will view inside our site.
HOME - Solomon Technologies, Inc. corporate information including historic details ELECTRIC WHEEL - history of regeneration, power and torque statistics, and advantage comparisons. RECENT INSTALLS - information on the installations and performance. NEWS ARTICLES - samples of many articles written, in Sail, Multihull, Multihull World, and Practical Sailor, to mention a few.

42. Propulsion Supply Group
Large commercial turbine engine part supplier.

43. Marine Power Specialists - Whiting Power Systems Auckland
Marine power systems, products, servicing and support. Marine propulsion systems, vessel air conditioning and generator requirements, superyacht refits. Based in Westhaven, Auckland
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44. Basics Of Space Flight
The goal of this training module from the Jet propulsion Laboratory is to provide an aid for identifying and understanding the general concepts associated with space flight in general and deep space missions in particular.


The Solar System

Reference Systems


Planetary Orbits
Mission Inception
Experiments S/C Classification Telecom ... Navigation SECTION III OPERATIONS Launch Cruise Encounter Extended Ops ... Deep Space Network
  • How do you get to another planet?
  • Can gravity assist you?
  • What is Universal Time?
  • T he people of Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) create and manage NASA projects of exploration throughout our solar system and beyond. This is a training module designed primarily to help JPL operations people identify the range of concepts associated with deep space missions and grasp the relationships these concepts exhibit for space flight. It also enjoys growing popularity among high school and college students, as well as faculty and people everywhere who are interested in interplanetary space flight. The Basics of Space Flight attempts to offer a broad scope, but limited depth, as a background for further investigation; many other resources are available, of course, for delving into each of the topics related here. Indeed, any one of these topics can involve a lifelong career of specialization. This module's purpose is met if the participant learns the scope of concepts that apply to interplanetary space exploration and the relationships between them. This module is intended to be used online via the worldwide web ( There are interactive quizzes to let you check your own progress. No academic credit is offered for completing the module.

    45. Deep Space 1: Advanced Technologies: Solar Electric Propulsion FAQ
    A beginner's overview of ion propulsion.
    What is ion propulsion?
    Ion propulsion is a technology that involves ionizing a gas to propel a craft. Instead of a spacecraft being propelled with standard chemicals, the gas xenon (which is like neon or helium, but heavier) is given an electrical charge, or ionized. It is then electrically accelerated to a speed of about 30 km/second. When xenon ions are emitted at such high speed as exhaust from a spacecraft, they push the spacecraft in the opposite direction. What implications does this technology have for space exploration?
    If DS1 shows that electric propulsion works as well as is expected, there will be many new missions that will take advantage of it. Deep Space 4 is expected to use four ion engines to fly alongside a comet in 2004 so that it can land. Ion propulsion is not of value for missions that require high acceleration, and it often will not be worthwhile for missions that can be done quickly using conventional propulsion systems (such as missions to the moon). But for a wide variety of missions with high energy requirements (such as missions to asteroids and comets, Mercury and the inner solar system, and some to the outer solar system), the low but steady acceleration of ion propulsion wins out over the less efficient bursts from chemical alternatives.
    Why has NASA not used this technology before?

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    47. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Technical Reports Server (JPLTRS) V2.0
    enter 'propulsion' into search and get 100+ reports
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    CL #98-1091 What is the JPLTRS?
    The Jet Propulsion Laboratory Technical Report Server is a database of Abstracts, Citations and full text Technical Reports written by and for the scientific and technical community. For further information on the JPLTRS, please see our Quick Start Tutorial Fact Sheet , and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Accessing the JPL Technical Report Database Technical reports may be accessed via the following interfaces: Full text Technical Reports are available in Portable Document Format (PDF). To view PDF files, download Adobe Acrobat Reader Related Technical Report Systems Other NASA Centers

    48. Home Page
    An experimental rocket society, dedicated to liquid propulsion research.
    Page under construction
    Research Series-2 (RS-2) Upper Stage of RS-2 launched-sets RECORD! GO TO: PRS NEWS FLASHES JOIN THE PACIFIC ROCKET SOCIETY Associated Links Contact Telephone: 661-824-1662 Pacific Rocket Society, P.O. Box 662, Mojave, CA 93502 Email:

    49. Massive Black Holes
    From the Jet propulsion Laboratory, this site hopes to answer questions about the possibility of massive black holes.
    Massive black holes are now thought to be located at the centers of galaxies found throughout the universe. These objects, millions or billions of times more massive than the Sun, have gravity so strong that not even light can escape them. They are the "monsters" that power the most energetic objects known in the universe, and are the key targets of the proposed ARISE mission. ARISE would address a number of questions about massive black holes: Are massive black holes at the centers of all galaxies? How are they created and fueled? What do they do with their fuel? How massive are they? What is the physics of the accretion disk surrounding black holes? What are the extreme physical conditions they generate? How do black holes eject tremendous amounts of matter at nearly the speed of light in quasars, the most extreme and violent objects in the universe? Visit the Massive Black Holes Information Center The existence of black holes is predicted from Einstein's theory of general relativity, now more than 80 years old. But scientists didn't really believe such objects existed until the 1960s, when evidence began to accumulate that some old stars had collapsed to form small black holes just a few times more massive than our sun. During the 1960s, QUASARS were also discovered. They are found in the centers of galaxies billions of light years away, shining brilliantly from across the universe. Their enormous energy output can only be produced by huge (and hungry!) black holes. Such objects have the mass of a sizable galaxy crammed into a region no larger than our own solar system. Their density is so high that it's as if the entire mass of the Earth were shrunk down into a region less than an inch across.We can't "see" a black hole, since no light escapes from it. But we can take a radio "picture" of the region surrounding a black hole in a quasar, and even weigh the black holes in some galaxies. We do this using the technique of VERY LONG BASELINE INTERFEROMETRY (VLBI).

    50. Advanced Topics In Aerodynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aeronautics, Avia
    Electronic media about Aerodynamics, Aeronautics, propulsion Systems, and Related Technology.
    Electronic media about aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, aerospace and propulsion systems for experts and non experts with knowledge of aerodynamics and fluid dynamics. Extensive database, tables, graphics, sketches, results, photos, technical and scientific literature, for higher education, learning, reference, research, consulting and engineering services. Home

    51. NASA's Stennis Space Center
    One of ten NASA field centers in the United States. It is NASA's primary center for testing and flight certifying rocket propulsion systems for the Space Shuttle and future generations of space vehicles.

    Stennis Space Center is

    ISO 9001 certified

    NASA's vision:
    To improve life here
    To extend life to there
    To find life beyond
    NASA's mission:
    - To understand and
    protect our home planet
    - To explore the Universe and search for life - To inspire the next generation of explorers ... as only NASA can. View the Shuttle and International Space Station over your city. News Releases Photo Releases Newsletters ... SSC Site Status Stennis Space Center is responsible for NASA's rocket propulsion testing and for partnering with industry to develop and implement remote sensing technology. Stennis is ... Stennis es ...en EspaƱol History Organization ... Technical Reports You are visitor number since September 19, 2000. Responsible NASA Official: Linda Theobald, Public Affairs Office Curator: David Walters Last Updated: August 27, 2002

    52. Boeing: Rocketdyne - Flash Detection
    Details on the various propulsion systems produced by Rocketdyne with a selection of video clips.
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    53. Welcome Home
    Supplies turbine engine components for AlliedSignal APU's and propulsion engines.

    54. NASA Aeronautics Match Game
    Concentration game from the propulsion Systems Analysis Office at the NASA Glenn Research Center.
    Concentration on Aeronautics
    Number of Tries:
    Click here
    for information about the images. Last updated 3/25/99.
    ASAO Webmaster:
    Jeff Berton
    Responsible NASA Official: Timothy Wickenheiser

    55. Deep Space 1: Advanced Technologies: Solar Electric Propulsion
    One of the 12 advanced technologies that was validated by DS1 during flight.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    History of NASA's involvement Hear DS1's radio signals!
    Click here to see a time lapse video (4.4 MB Quicktime movie) of the DS1 Ion Thruster Compatibility Test taped on February 15, 1998. (Or you can get a smaller version : 2.5 MB). This testing was carried out on the DS1 spacecraft in the Solar Thermal Vacuum Chamber at JPL. Increasing the engine throttle level without increasing the available power caused the engine recycling in the video. The engine provides about 10 times the specific impulse (ratio of thrust to propellant used) of chemical propulsion. DS1 is the first spacecraft to use ion propulsion as the primary propulsion system. It is one of the 12 advanced technologies that was validated by DS1 during flight.

    56. Reo Marine
    Suppliers of marine engines and propulsion systems including Baudouin, Steyr and Mermaid

    57. SPL Swiss Propulsion Laboratory, Affordable Rocket Propulsion And Accessories
    SPL develops propulsion elements for sounding rockets like LOX valves, injectors, regeneratively cooled combustions chambers, igniters, propellant feeding systems and thrust test stands.
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    58. Welcome To Kevin's NPS Web-site
    Unsteady aerodynamics research in flappingwing propulsion and aeroelasticity. Javascript animations of most concepts.
    Kevin D. Jones, Research Associate Professor Mail code: AA/Jo Tel: (831)656-7711 Naval Postgraduate School Fax: (831)656-2313 Monterey, California 93943 email: Hello internet traveler, welcome to my humble web-presence. I'm a research associate professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey California. I came here in 1994 on a National Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship which was extended for three years, after which I joined the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics research faculty. I have many interests, which are discussed in some detail in these pages. These include many aspects of aerospace engineering. I'm involved in both numerical simulations and experimental investigations of primarily unsteady flows. Present research projects include everything from full-configuration, three-dimensional simulations of transonic fighter aircraft, to the design and testing of flapping-wing propelled micro unmanned air vehicles (referred to as micro-UAVs or MAVs). You can find information, photos and videos of our radio-controlled MAVs in my experimental research section. You'll find summaries of my research efforts in my

    59. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
    Marshall is the world leader in space propulsion and transportation systems. The Center is also making significant contributions to the International Space Station, scheduled for completion in 2004.
    Marshall is
    Search the Marshall Site: Marshall Values
    NASA Technology Portal

    Contact Us

    Site Map
    Launch Information
    Space Shuttle Columbia
    For the lastest news on the loss of Columbia and her crew, visit the NASA Home Page Archive News Who we are,
    how we are organized,
    and what we do. Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
    For the media,
    but everyone's welcome. Things we do to help the public, businesses, and our neighbors. Resources for Educators and Students and Lifelong Learners Exciting and interesting Marshall Center websites. Owner: Internal Relations and Communications Office Curator: IDS Web Services Provided by: IDS

    60. Christoffel Inc.
    Specializing in Aerospace Engineering, Launch Vehicles, Spacecraft propulsion, and Mission Analysis.

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