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ARCA News: The hydrogen peroxide monopropellant system completed four ground tests.

Published by spacecowboy on Tue Apr 6, 2004 11:44 am
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chabot imageOn April 1-3 the hydrogen peroxide monopropellant system completed four ground tests. On the last test we obtained 35% of the nominal thrust on 6 sec running. During this first test session we obtained all calculated parameters. At the end of April the system will be tested at full-specified thrust and time. Click here to download the complete press release (Word DOC file).
ARCA is proud to announce that from the data we have until now, the system tested on April 1-3 is the world first reusable monopropellant propulsion system integrally constructed from composite materials. Also, this is the most powerful Romanian liquid fuel engine ever constructed. If you want to see a short video clip (2.4 Mb) with one of the tests, click here to download.
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