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The same laws of thermodynamics apply in both types of motor to the generation of a mass of high temperature gas. Fluid dynamics governs the acceleration of this mass to high velocity. Aerodynamic principles are the same. However, a large and growing technology has developed around solid fuels which takes advantage of the ways in which solids differ from liquids. The solid fuels are more dense and are nonvolatile. They can be stored for indefinite periods in a state of instant readiness. Solid fuel motors can be made extremely large, capable of enormous thrust but with a small number of simple individual components.

United States of America, Report on the experimental communication satellite program in the United States of America, Document IV-56, International Radio Consultative Committee, Geneva, March 12, 1962. Brown, S. , and Senn, G. , Project Score. Proc. LRU. 48, 624-630 (1960). Project Echo, Bell System Tech. J. 60, 4 (1961) (Special issue devoted to re­ sults from Echo). Shenum, R. , Telstar satellite, and results of the first Telstar experiments. Presented at 13th Intern. Astronaut. , Varna, Bulgaria, September 1962.

Testing of Solid Propellant Rockets A. Static Tests B. Environmental Tests C. Storage Tests D . Drop Tests E. Detonation Tests VI. Solid Propellant Processing A. Extruded Double Base Propellant B. Cast Double Base Propellant C. Composite Rubber Base Propellant 47 Division 48 48 52 524 55 55 56 57 57 57 58 60 61 62 63 63 64 65 65 65 66 66 66 67 68 68 69 70 48 H. W. RITCHEY AND J . M. MCDERMOTT VII. Inspection and Quality Control A. Raw Materials B. In-Process Controls C. Cured Propellant D. Radiographic Inspection VIII.

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