Scramspace: Scramjet-based access-to-space systems

Boyce, Russell R. (2011). Scramspace: Scramjet-based access-to-space systems. In: AIAC14 Fourteenth Australian International Aerospace Congress. AIAC14 Fourteenth Australian International Aerospace Congress, Melbourne, Australia, (). 28 February-3 March 2011.

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Author Boyce, Russell R.
Title of paper Scramspace: Scramjet-based access-to-space systems
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SCRAMSPACE: Scramjet-based Access-to-Space Systems
Conference name AIAC14 Fourteenth Australian International Aerospace Congress
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 28 February-3 March 2011
Proceedings title AIAC14 Fourteenth Australian International Aerospace Congress
Place of Publication Melbourne, Australia
Publisher Australian International Aerospace Congress
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Other
Total pages 10
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Scramjet-based launch systems offer considerable promise for safe, reliable and economical access to space. Through both flight and ground tests, leveraging Australia’s world leadership in scramjet R&D, the SCRAMSPACE project will answer key scientific and technological questions and build an industry-ready talent pool for a future Australian scramjet-based access-to-space industry.
Keyword Scramjet
Space access
Flight experiment
Diode laser flight instrumentation
High temperature materials
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Institutional Status UQ

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