regenerative cooling


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regenerative cooling

n
(Astronautics) the process of cooling the walls of the combustion chamber of a rocket by circulating the propellant around the chamber before combustion
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If there are any complaints about the book, one would have to be the lack of an explanation of regenerative cooling.
In one unbroken step, raw milk is preheated, clarified, separated, standardised and homogenised before undergoing UHT treatment and regenerative cooling.
This is feasible as the wet-bulb temperature is lowered in the indirect stage without any increase in humidity and, thus, the dew-point temperature is the theoretical limit in regenerative cooling.
During tests at Mojave Airport, where it is based, XCOR performed multiple runs of increasing duration, allowing engineers to characterize the engine's regenerative cooling, said XCOR CEO Jeff Greason.
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