A rocket motor has combustion chamber temperature of 2600 K and the products have molecular weight of 25 gmol and ratio of specific heats 12 GATE Aerospace Engineering Question 2012

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A rocket motor has combustion chamber temperature of 2600 K and the products have molecular weight of 25 g/mol and ratio of specific heats 1.2. GATE-Aerospace Engineering-Question-2012

A rocket motor has combustion chamber temperature of 2600 K and the products have molecular weight of 25 g/mol and ratio of specific heats 1.2. The universal gas constant is 8314 J/kg-mole-K.The value of theoretical c* (in m/s) is ____.



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Answer : - 1430 - 1440 m/s.

A rocket engine is a type of jet engine that uses only stored rocket propellant mass for forming its high speed propulsive jet. Rocket engines are reaction engines, obtaining thrust in accordance with Newton's third law. Most rocket engines are internal combustion engines, although non-combusting forms (such as cold gas thrusters) also exist. Vehicles propelled by rocket engines are commonly called rockets. Since they need no external material to form their jet, rocket engines can perform in a vacuum and thus can be used to propel spacecraft and ballistic missiles


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