NASA SBIR Phase I – Hydrogen Afterburner Development

Rocket Propulsion Systems is excited to have been awarded a NASA SBIR Phase I contract for the development of “Injector for LOX-GH Stable Combustion at Low Pressure and High Velocity” in “Advanced Propulsion Systems Ground Test Technology” research and development topic area. Primary uses of this technology are: combustion of hot hydrogen-rich gas exhausted from nuclear rocket engines and hypersonic flight combustion in high-speed hydrogen-based flight vehicles.

SBIR Award 19-1-H10.01-2792.html

2 responses to “NASA SBIR Phase I – Hydrogen Afterburner Development”

  1. […] rocket propulsion development and future inter-planetary transportation. This work continues the Phase I effort started in 2019. Rocket Propulsion Systems team is excited and looking forward to continued […]

  2. […] NASA’s nuclear thermal propulsion program for technology demonstration. This work completes Phase I and Phase II efforts led by RPS in 2019-2022. RPS is looking forward to further explore this […]

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