SCRAMSPACE : Radical-Farming Scramjet for access to space
Tirtey, Sandy, Boyce, Russell, Brown, Melrose, Capra, Bianca, Creagh, Michael, Dedman, Amy, Dimitrijevic, Igor, Pudsey, Adrian, Sharp, Bradley, Van Standen, Paul, Gehre, Rolf, & Lorrain, Philippe (2014) SCRAMSPACE : Radical-Farming Scramjet for access to space. In (Ed.) STO-EN-AVT-234 Hypersonic Flight Testing. Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics (VKI), von Karmen Institute, Rhode St. Genese, Belgium.
Scramjet-based launch systems offer considerable promise for safe, reliable and economical access to space. A general Scramjets introduction is first provided, followed by the specifics of Australian Scramjet Research and the recent progress in inlet-injection radical-farming scramjets as part of the SCRAMSPACE program.
Through both flight and ground tests, leveraging Australias world leadership in scramjet R&D, the SCRAMSPACE project is designed to answer key scientific and technological questions and build an industry-ready talent pool for a future Australian space industry. An extensive descriptions of all phases of the development of the SCRAMSPACE I scramjet-powered free-flight experiment are described in these lecture notes.
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