Special Issue "Advanced Chemical Propulsion and Electric Propulsion"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2024 | Viewed by 831
Interests: aerospace propulsion technology; multiple-fields-coupling fluid mechanics and jet control; propellant's mechanical behavior in complicated conditions
The Special Issue entitled "Advanced Chemical Propulsion and Electric Propulsion" in Aerospace features a collection of articles exploring the latest advancements in propulsion technology for aerospace applications. This Special Issue covers a variety of topics, including advanced rocket engines, hybrid propulsion systems, electric thrusters, and plasma-based propulsion. The papers discuss various aspects of designing, analyzing, and testing propulsion systems, highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with each approach. Additionally, this Special Issue examines the latest developments in propellants and fuels, including new materials and environmentally friendly alternatives.
The insights presented in this Special Issue will provide valuable information for researchers, professionals, and students involved in aerospace engineering and related fields. Overall, the Special Issue provides a comprehensive survey of the recent trends, innovations, and future prospects of advanced chemical and electric propulsion technologies in the aerospace industry.
Prof. Dr. Kan Xie
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