nuclear rocket engine

nuclear rocket engine
branduolinis raketinis variklis statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Raketinis variklis, kuriame reaktyvinė trauka sudaroma vykstant branduolinei arba termobranduolinei reakcijai. Branduoliniams raketiniams varikliams sudaroma kur kas didesnė santykinė trauka (8,1 kN·s·kg) negu geriausių cheminių raketinių variklių (4,5–5 kN·s·kg). atitikmenys: angl. nuclear rocket engine rus. ядерный ракетный двигатель

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