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Nuclear propulsion engine.

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Nuclear-propelled missiles
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Partition according to the directive
A. Free Rockets
It is a type of missile, which is launched from one
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Nuclear propulsion engine.

  1. 1. ‫ﺗﺼﻨﻴﻒ‬ ‫ﺑﺪون‬ ١٥ ‫ﺳﺒﺘﻤﺒﺮ‬ ٥:٠٨ ‫ص‬ ) Nuclear-propelled missiles ( !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The fuel is heated by a nuclear reactor, the machine that produces nuclear energy. And this energy generated produces a thrust of up to 3-4 times the energy produced by solid and liquid fuels, and scientists are working to develop these rockets to travel in space and pump liquid hydrogen to the reactor of these rockets, through a double wall surrounding the rocket engine, this pumping helps cool the rocket, and the liquid hydrogen also heats through hundreds of narrow channels, which pass through the nuclear reactor, where liquid hydrogen passes through these channels, and the transfer of heat to the nuclear reactor !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. 2. ‫!!؟؟؟؟؟؟؟‬ 2 . Partition according to the directive A. Free Rockets
  3. 3. It is a type of missile, which is launched from one place on the surface of the earth, to fall on another place on the surface of the earth, and freedom here means that the rocket from the moment of its launch cannot change its course during its flight until it falls on the target, by any means of control on the ground or from the air, because the missile is struck (angle of direction, angle of elevation with corrections for weather and topographic conditions) before being launched to reach a specific purpose or target, and the missile launches and hits with this initial guidance the intended target B. Guided Rockets They are missiles whose trajectory can be controlled during flight, after launch to change this trajectory, whether launched from land, air or sea stations, and there are several methods of guidance as follows : ) 1 ( Inertia Guidance
  4. 4. The guidance group of the rocket includes a group of gyroscopes and computers, which modify the trajectory during the flight of the missile, as a result of the initial data on the computer, and the results of the calculations extracted from it to match the pre-calculated path, by issuing the necessary signals to special stirring units, either moving the rudders, which move in front of the gas rushing from the combustion chamber, or moving the chamber itself, or moving external units (fins) . On the stirring units are installed feedback units, which extend the steering system ) 2 ( Routing with navigational routes This is done by providing the guidance device in the missile with the data of the planned route to reach the target, avoiding various means of detection, and following the method of low and very low flight,
  5. 5. because of the presence of a curve monitor, and a camera that takes a picture of the target to compare it with the image stored in the missile, and make adjustments before colliding with the target . ) 3 ( Satellite-assisted guidance This is done by providing the missile with the planned itinerary programs to reach the target, and satellites are used to determine the coordinates of the missile, during its flight, and conduct 3 . Partition according to type and launch base A. Surface-to-surface missiles: from a fixed or moving base on land or from a naval piece to a land or sea target . B. Underwater to surface missiles: from a submarine to a sea or ground target . c. Surface-to-air missiles: from a fixed or mobile
  6. 6. ground base or naval piece to a flying target (aircraft or missile) . d. Air-to-surface missiles: from the aircraft to a sea or ground target . e. Missiles from air to underwater: from the aircraft to an underwater target (e.g. submarine) . f. Air-to-air missiles: from the aircraft

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