Chinese Engine Development


by78

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The site and source is rubbish but the information is accurate and being reported by these typical "leak" style sources. Combined cycle engine has been tested and flown for "extended" time.

His post adds nothing new. The test flight has been covered here at both the space program thread and hypersonic thread using credible sources. His sh!tty article adds absolutely nothing new, cites no sources, not to mention is a stupid machine translation, and he's been told to stop by multiple people – including a mod – for precisely the same reasons.
 

Errys

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His post adds nothing new. The test flight has been covered here at both the space program thread and hypersonic thread using credible sources. His sh!tty article adds absolutely nothing new, cites no sources, not to mention is a stupid machine translation, and he's been told to stop by multiple people – including a mod – for precisely the same reasons.
You are better active in europe forum or in US forum. Its for references.
If you need another article about it, you can found it, search in google search/yandex search engines, etc, it can found more, not to lazy.
 

Nobonita Barua

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When can we expect new WS15?
New variant of WS10 is said to have thrust close to F119. Will WS15 be near about that zone or will try to match F135?
 

j818cm

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Xiamen University jiageng-1 rocket,most likely to be used for the combined engine test flight
xiaomi no.1 :rolleyes:
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ougoah

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Xiamen University jiageng-1 rocket,most likely to be used for the combined engine test flight
xiaomi no.1 :rolleyes:
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Really? Isn't this particular rocket launched years ago by Xiamen uni and presumably with some PLA funding and interest? What's the Jiageng 1 rocket/vehicle got to do with any combined cycle engine tests which were done by another vehicle just last month?

Huawei no.1! :p
 

j818cm

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Really? Isn't this particular rocket launched years ago by Xiamen uni and presumably with some PLA funding and interest? What's the Jiageng 1 rocket/vehicle got to do with any combined cycle engine tests which were done by another vehicle just last month?

Huawei no.1! :p
yeah,it’s the same one I guess ,it’s reusable :rolleyes:
2019 rocket first flight ,2020 test the engine
 

gelgoog

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It does not look like a regular rocket that's for sure. The wings and the shaping below the nose suggest it is made for gliding and perhaps even has some form of air augmentation. Regular rockets carry the oxidizer in the rocket. Still we can't see any air inlets. Are they covered by the students? Or does this particular prototype not have air augmentation at all?
 

Hendrik_2000

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Really? Isn't this particular rocket launched years ago by Xiamen uni and presumably with some PLA funding and interest? What's the Jiageng 1 rocket/vehicle got to do with any combined cycle engine tests which were done by another vehicle just last month?

Huawei no.1! :p

Interesting they name is Jiageng aka Tan Kah Kee the founder of the universtiy a Nanyang Chinese from Singapore who spend all his considerable money to built the school when he was warned by his accountant that he will ruin his company for his extravagance spending His answer was so be it my company might not survive but the school will bloom for all eternity true enough his company went bankrupt and his descendant has to eke out living. An unusual character for Chinese who value common good more than his own immediate family. A great Nanyang Chinese His foundation still survive today. I am glad his sacrifice does not end in vain Xia da is now blooming with this shot and Fujian his beloved land is now one of the richest province in China.

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j818cm

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It does not look like a regular rocket that's for sure. The wings and the shaping below the nose suggest it is made for gliding and perhaps even has some form of air augmentation. Regular rockets carry the oxidizer in the rocket. Still we can't see any air inlets. Are they covered by the students? Or does this particular prototype not have air augmentation at all?
yes these students also designers,here’s an article about the rocket
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