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Rocket Propulsion Physics & Mass Flow Rate - Newton's 3rd Law of Motion
GATE AEROSPACE Rocket Propulsion part Solution 2019 & 2020
LIQUID PROPELLANT ROCKET ENGINE/liquid rocket 3d animation/construction working/ LEARN FROM THE BASE
Mod-01 Lec-01 Jet and Rocket Propulsion
Thank you so much for your help! Your lessons are always clear and the complex examples are broken down in a way it is easy to understand.
nice and clear explanation.thank you
The narrator is boring.
why are 6th graders doing this
How we can say "Change in mass"Mass is constant every where
Please do face cam it make more interactive
Mistake:4kg*25m/s/5=20 newton. not 100 newton
I see people make this mistake often. Its not VELOCITY times mass flow rate ( dm/dt ), its EXHAUST VELOCITY.
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us for free
How do i calculate exhaust velocity? If i know the :ThroatNozzle size at the endPropellant natureFlow rateEngine geometrypressure of the propellant
what about this formula f+u(change in m)=ma
Istg u made my life easier
I absolutely loved these examples. I am trying to teach myself physics and this is the most fun I have had learning it without being overwhelmed with symbols and concepts I haven't yet mastered. Thank you, as always.
i believe the second exercise is wrong, you do not take into account the force of gravity that has an effect on the spaceship
Sir love from Infia
you make every concept so much easier to understand. thank you so much
*While watching the video, an ad about rocket equation appeared.*
So I learnt rocket science
at 1:40 you're showing both forces described by newton's 3rd law being created on the same object. which is dead wrong. besides which, thrust is an applied force so must come from a body external to the rocket. this video is pseudoscience, please delete it.
Very nicely done...
I wish you would have covered the methods of powering the turbo pumps, as that is really one of the key aspects that differentiate different engines from each other, deciding just how efficient the engine will be, apart from the fuel used. A lot of engines use a gas generator, which is a mini rocket engine to spin the turbos, but rocketlab uses electric turbos, and then you have many variations on the Gas generator, such as a pre-burner to partially burn the fuel or oxidizer to power the turbos before dumping that into the combustion chamber to burn with the fuel, then you have the full flow staged combustion that Raptor uses, where fuel is preburnt on one side and oxidizer is pre-burnt on the other. To me, the beauty in a rocket engine is the way fuel can be efficiently used to power the turbos which in turn power the rocket engine itself, which may burn the same fuel that was just used to power the turbo, while some engines even initially use that same fuel to cool the nozzle so it doesn't melt :)
What is used as fuel ? Methane?
dont show me bad as you gucke me as young age
3d animation of young's double slit experiment
What role do the O-rings play?
Never thought Ill watch these videos. Slava ukraine
If the liquid oxygen are burn in the small amount of fire the plastma can be used to propelled the rocket with only liquid oxygen fuel to minimize the weight of the rocket
Thanks, it is fully educational based video
Wow !this is a grate video !thank u very much
How it is control the turbo speed to control the flow fuel and oxidizer
oxidizers and fuels bigger good firend
This video is very very interesting
bro how to work space suite
excuse me sir may you explain more about jet propulsion coz you haven't explained about it
Sir,also explain ion engiens for more information.
Sir can you explain f-22 rapter jet nozzle
6:25 can anyone tell me is this exactly what happened with the mars orbiter mission ?
Hello sir
and my proffesor is a son of a bitch
Hell yeah!
This is great. I'm excited to go through the entire series. Thank you for making these lectures freely available!
This first lecture says "Rocket & Spacecraft Propulsion", while the title says "Jet and Rocket Propulsion"

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