The book contains 37 selected, revised and thoroughly edited papers addressing various issues of propulsion physics written by world-known experts. The papers include critical analyses of previous studies and controversial aspects of novel propulsion concepts, new theoretical and experimental results and ¦ndings as well as numerous references to archival publications worldwide. The book is
organized in 5 chapters: (1) Hybrid and Solid Rocket Propulsion; (2) Liquid Rocket Propulsion: Numerical Modeling; (3) Liquid Rocket Propulsion: Experimental Investigations; (4) Nozzles, Tanks, and Turbopumps; and (5) Airbreathing Propulsion. The volume was prepared as a reference for research scientists and practicing engineers in the ¦eld of aerospace propulsion.