4. Increase of LV Payload Capability through Enhancement of Propulsion System Pneudraulic System Characteristics

4. Increase of LV Payload Capability through Enhancement of Propulsion System Pneudraulic System Characteristics

Logvinenko А. I.

Yangel Yuzhnoye State Design Office, Dnipro, Ukraine

Kosm. teh. Raket. vooruž. 2017 (2); 19-24
 
Language: Russian
Annotation:
The main directions of upgrading the pneumohydraulic systems are considered. Some methods of increasing their operability and reliability are analyzed.

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