APPLICATION OF HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSIS IN LIQUID ROCKET SYSTEMS
In an effort to broaden the horizons of their final year students, the Department of Mechanical Engineering hosted a guest lecture on the topic of “Application of Heat Transfer Analysis in Liquid Rocket Systems.” This insightful presentation delved into the intricacies of heat transfer phenomena within liquid rocket engines, shedding light on the critical role it plays in their design and operation. The lecture encompassed various aspects of heat transfer, including convection, radiation, and conduction, providing a comprehensive understanding of their mechanisms and implications. Additionally, the guest speaker elaborated on the diverse cooling techniques employed in liquid rocket engines, such as regenerative, film, and ablation cooling, highlighting their respective advantages and applications. Through this engaging lecture, the students gained valuable knowledge of heat transfer analysis, equipping them with a deeper understanding of the complex processes governing liquid rocket propulsion systems.