A Look Inside a Composite Rocket Motor

I don’t normally re-post things found in other rocketry blogs, but the video posted recently in R2K’s High Power Rocketry Blog is just too cool not to share. The video is an animation which illustrates the assembly and function of a typical APCP composite propellant rocket motor as used in many hobby rockets.

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