Liquid Propulsion Systems

Some articles on propulsion, system, liquid propulsion systems, systems:

Stuhlinger Medal
... Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Electric Propulsion", is the highest honor in the field of electric propulsion for spacecraft bestowed by the ... ERPS in 2005 as the "Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Electric Propulsion", then renamed after its first recipient Ernst Stuhlinger (1913–2008), the German-born American rocket scientist ... the ERPS's main conference, the International Electric Propulsion Conference ...
Propulsion - Animal
... Animal locomotion, which is the act of self-propulsion by an animal, has many manifestations, including running, swimming, jumping and flying ... The effect of forces during locomotion on the design of the skeletal system is also important, as is the interaction between locomotion and muscle physiology, in ...
List Of People From Tamil Nadu - Scholars - Scientists
... Perumal, former director, Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre Vedhachalam, former director, Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre P ... associate director, ISRO Inertial Systems Unit S Ramakrishnan, associate director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Annamalai Pillai, director, Satish Dhawan Space Centre M Natarajan, Scientific Advisor to ... Muthunayagam, former director, Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre and Chairman of Board of Governors, IIT Chennai V ...
Cornell University Satellite - The Team - Subsystems - Propulsion
... The propulsion team is responsible for CUSat's pulsed plasma thrusters (PPTs) which give each satellite three degrees of translational freedom and three degrees of rotational freedom ...

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