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JANNAF Propulsion and Subcommittee Meeting Proceedings
Proceedings for the JANNAF Propulsion and Subcommittee Meetings are available and include the technical papers presented at both the JANNAF Propulsion Meeting and the national meetings of all of the JANNAF Technical Subcommittees.
The JANNAF Journal of Propulsion and Energetics was established in 2006 by the JANNAF Interagency Propulsion Committee as a forum for members of the propulsion community to submit scholarly manuscripts that have been designated for peer review and formal publication. It is comprised of scholarly technical papers, written by distinguished authors from across all segments of the propulsion industry. The JANNAF Journal is an annual publication, released each spring at the renowned JANNAF Propulsion Meeting and distributed complimentary at both the spring and winter JANNAF meetings. It is also available for purchase year-round. The Journal provides scientists, researchers, and other technical specialists the opportunity to share information that would otherwise go unpublished, allowing readers access to controlled data that could further their own work. It covers a broad range of topics in the areas of systems and components, propulsion and energetic materials technology, and systems applications.
For more information, contact Editor Nicole Miklus at (410) 992-7303 or JournalME@erg.jhu.edu
JANNAF News is ERG's current awareness newsletter for the propulsion community, highlighting JANNAF activities and products and services available at ERG. The newsletter is released bi-annually and is available in PDF format on the JANNAF website, free of charge.
For more information, contact Editor Linda McLean at (410) 992-7304, ext. 225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
JANNAF Handbooks and Manuals
JANNAF Handbooks and Manuals are informative and authoritative publications that provide technical resources, data, and profiles for specific topics or subject areas with the scope of chemical propulsion. They include standard references on such topics as guidelines for determining rocket motor grain design margins of safety; solid propellant mechanical behavior; engineering structural analysis of solid propellants; hazards of chemical rockets and propellants; rocket exhaust plume technology; ramjet design; propellant characterization; scramjet propulsion testing standards, recommended practices, guidelines and approved standards; and testing and evaluation guidelines for liquid rocket engines.
JANNAF Workshop and Specialist Session Proceedings
The objective of a workshop is to exhaustively review and evaluate the present state-of-knowledge for a given topic of narrow scope. Active discussion is summarized and informal papers and presentations are documented. A specialist session is conducted to deal with a specific problem area common to the JANNAF agencies. These proceedings consist of both formal and informal papers/presentation and are also documented and disseminated to the community.