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Findings and Recommendations from the Joint NIST/AFRL Workshop on Rocket Propellants and Hypersonic Vehicle Fuels

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Author(s)

Thomas J. Bruno, Matt Billingsley, Ron Bates

Abstract

The Joint NIST/AFRL Workshop on Rocket Propellants and Hypersonic Vehicle Fuels was held on September 25 and 26, 2008 at the Boulder, Colorado laboratories of NIST. The workshop included oral presentations from staff* of NIST, AFRL, CPIAC, NASA, Stanford University, United Technologies, Aerojet, Boeing and Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne (now part of PWR). Discussions after these presentations, and after more formal panel discussions, the following findings and recommendations were developed by consensus. -- FOR POLICY REVIEW ONLY --
Proceedings Title
Findings and Recommendations from the Joint NIST/AFRL Workshop on Rocket Propellants and Hypersonic Vehicle Fuels
Conference Dates
September 25-26, 2008
Conference Location
Boulder, CO
Conference Title
The Joint NIST/AFRL Workshop on Rocket Propellants and Hypersonic Vehicle Fuels

Keywords

Rocket propellants, RP-1, RP-2
Created September 25, 2008, Updated February 19, 2017