Lecture 1 - Introduction

Lecture 2 - Motion in Space

Lecture 3 - Rotational Frame of Reference and Orbital Velocities

Lecture 4 - Velocity Requirements

Lecture 5 - Theory of rocket propulsion

Lecture 6 - Rocket Equation and Staging of Rockets

Lecture 7 - Review of Rocket Principles: Propulsion Efficiency

Lecture 8 - Examples Illustrating Theory of Rocket Propulsion and Introduction to Nozzles

Lecture 9 - Theory of Nozzles

Lecture 10 - Nozzle Shape

Lecture 11 - Area Ratio of Nozzles: Under Expansion and Over Expansion

Lecture 12 - Characteristic Velocity and Thrust Coefficient

Lecture 13 - Divergence Loss in Conical Nozzles and the Bell Nozzles

Lecture 14 - Unconventional Nozzles and Problems in Nozzles

Lecture 15 - Criterion for Choice of Chemical Propellants

Lecture 16 - Choice of Fuel-Rich Propellants

Lecture 17 - Performance Prediction Analysis

Lecture 18 - Factors Influencing Choice of Chemical Propellants

Lecture 19 - Low energy liquid propellants and Hybrid propellants Chapter 5: Solid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 20 - Introduction to Solid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 21 - Burn Rate of Solid Propellants and Equilibrium Pressure in Solid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 22 - Design Aspects of Solid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 23 - Burning Surface Area of Solid Propellant Grains

Lecture 24 - Ignition of Solid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 25 - Review of Solid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 26 - Feed Systems for Liquid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 27 - Feed System Cycles for Pump Fed Liquid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 28 - Analysis of Gas Generator and Staged combustion cycles and introduction to injectors

Lecture 29 - Injectors, Cooling of Chambers and Mixture Ratio Distribution

Lecture 30 - Efficiencies due to mixture ratio distribution and incomplete vaporization

Lecture 31 - Pumps and Turbines: Propellant Feed System at Zero -g- Conditions

Lecture 32 - Review of Liquid Bi-propellant Rockets and Introduction to Mono-propellant Rockets

Lecture 33 - Introduction to Hybrid Rockets and a Simple Illustration of Combustion instability in Liquid Propellant Rockets

Lecture 34 - Principles of Electrostatic and Electromagnetic Rockets

Lecture 35 - Electrical Thrusters

Lecture 36 - Electrical and Nuclear Rockets; Advanced Propulsion