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ROCKET
INTRODUCTION
 Rocket, self-propelled device that
carries its own fuel.
 Rocket engine is the most
powerful engine for it...
How Rocket works….?
 Action and Reaction
 Thrust and Efficiency
 Staging
Action and Reaction

 Rockets produces the force that moves them
forward by burning their fuel inside a chamber.

 Rocke...
Thrust and Efficiency
 Thrust is a measurement of the
force of a rocket, or the amount of
“push” exerted backward to move...
Staging
 In some rockets that use stages,
the first stage has additional
rockets attached to the outside,
acting as boost...
TYPES OF ROCKET
PROPULSION
 Chemical Rockets
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
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Solid-Fueled Rockets
Liquid-Fueled Rocket
Hybrid Chemical Rocket

 N...
ROCKET FLIGHT
 Launching
 Missiles
 Sounding Rockets
 Launch Vehicles
 Stability and Control
ROCKET USES
 Missiles
 Sounding Rockets
 Launch Vehicles
 Thrusters
Missiles
 The term missile actually means
any object thrown at an enemy
and includes arrows, bullets, and
other weapons.
Sounding Rockets
 Scientists use sounding rockets
to carry scientific instruments into
the upper atmosphere to take
measu...
Launch Vehicles

Launch vehicles send satellites
and other spacecraft into space.
 These vehicles must be far
more power...
Thrusters

 Many spacecraft use small rockets
called thrusters to move around in
space.

 Thrusters can change the speed...
THANK YOU ..!!
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Rocket

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Rocket

  1. 1. ROCKET
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Rocket, self-propelled device that carries its own fuel.  Rocket engine is the most powerful engine for its weight.  Rockets can operate in space, because they carry their own oxygen.  Rockets are presently the only
  3. 3. How Rocket works….?  Action and Reaction  Thrust and Efficiency  Staging
  4. 4. Action and Reaction  Rockets produces the force that moves them forward by burning their fuel inside a chamber.  Rocket, like the balloon, has an opening called a nozzle from which the exhaust gases exit.
  5. 5. Thrust and Efficiency  Thrust is a measurement of the force of a rocket, or the amount of “push” exerted backward to move a rocket forward.  Specific impulse measures the efficiency and power of rocket
  6. 6. Staging  In some rockets that use stages, the first stage has additional rockets attached to the outside, acting as boosters to further increase the thrust.  The first and most powerful stage lifts the launch vehicle into the
  7. 7. TYPES OF ROCKET PROPULSION  Chemical Rockets    Solid-Fueled Rockets Liquid-Fueled Rocket Hybrid Chemical Rocket  Nuclear Rockets  Electric Rockets
  8. 8. ROCKET FLIGHT  Launching  Missiles  Sounding Rockets  Launch Vehicles  Stability and Control
  9. 9. ROCKET USES  Missiles  Sounding Rockets  Launch Vehicles  Thrusters
  10. 10. Missiles  The term missile actually means any object thrown at an enemy and includes arrows, bullets, and other weapons.
  11. 11. Sounding Rockets  Scientists use sounding rockets to carry scientific instruments into the upper atmosphere to take measurements of air quality, radiation from space, and other data.
  12. 12. Launch Vehicles  Launch vehicles send satellites and other spacecraft into space.  These vehicles must be far more powerful than other types of rockets, because they carry more cargo farther and faster
  13. 13. Thrusters  Many spacecraft use small rockets called thrusters to move around in space.  Thrusters can change the speed and direction of a spacecraft.
  14. 14. THANK YOU ..!!

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