COLLEGE OF ROCKETRY AND PROPULSION

CMDR Robin Fleming,
Director
rnbfleming@outlook.com
135 Beddid Road
B.C. Canada V8K 2J2



Introduction

The College of Rocketry and Propulsion looks at the science and methods used in the design, development, and use of modern rockets, including a brief history, a background, and the actual designs of modern rockets. The considerations, propellants, effects of combustion and exhaust, and power cycles of rockets are also discussed.

The exams are in multiple-choice format and come with an individual manual for each exam.


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Course Tuition

Course is free via email. For postal mail, two (2) loose First-Class postage stamps are required.


Curriculum

COR101 - History of Modern Rockets
COR102 - Background and Applications of Rockets
COR103 - Modern Rocket Design
COR104 - Modern Rocket Design Considerations - Part 1
COR105 - Modern Rocket Design Considerations - Part 2
COR106 - Modern Rocket Flight and Directional Controls
COR107 - Propellants - Part 1
COR108 - Propellants - Part 2
COR109 - Propellants - Part 3
COR110 - Propellants - Part 4
COR111 - Combustion and Exhaust
COR112 - Power Cycles - Part 1
COR113 - Power Cycles - Part 2
COR114 - Systems and Instruments - Part 1
COR115 - Systems and Instruments - Part 2
COR116 - Systems and Instruments - Part 3
COR117 - Interplanetary Spacecraft

School of Propulsion

SOPr101 - Introduction to Propulsion
SOPr102a - Monopropellant Rockets - Part 1
SOPr102b - Monopropellant Rockets - Part 2
SOPr103 - Ion Drives
SOPr104a - Hall Effect - Part 1
SOPr104b - Hall Effect Part 2
SOPr105a - Propulsion and Escape Velocity - Part 1
SOPr105b - Propulsion and Escape Velocity - Part 2
SOPr105c - Propulsion and Escape Velocity - Part 3
SOPr106a - Rocket Engines - Part 1
SOPr106b - Rocket Engines - Part 2
SOPr107 - Launch Assist Mechanisms
SOPr108 - Hypothetical Methods
SOPr109a - Propulsion in fiction - Part 1
SOPr109b - Propulsion in fiction - Part 2
SOPr109c - Propulsion in fiction - Part 3
SOPr109d - Propulsion in fiction - Part 4

Source Materials Needed

Materials will be provided with each course.

 


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