Other RRS Articles

From time to time the RRS has also published other materials and this is where you’ll find them.

RRS Beta Plans (members only)
These are the drawing for the classic zinc/sulfur “Beta” rocket developed in the early years by RRS members.

The Reaction Research Society’s Rocket Propulsion Course (Accompanying Text) (members only)
The RRS used to offer a course on composite propellants. This included a trip to the MTA where participants would cast and test a motor. This is the text that accompanied the course. It includes material written for the course and reprints of relevant RRS articles.

The Reaction Research Society’s Rocket Propulsion Courses (AIAA Paper)
David Crisalli, Niels Anderson, George Garboden
AIAA 1997-3278
http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/abs/10.2514/6.1997-3278

Rapid development of a low cost solid propellant booster
David Crisalli, George Garboden
AIAA 97-2886
http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/abs/10.2514/6.1997-2886

Rollerons – Simplified Roll Control For Amateur Rocket Vehicles (members only)
David E. Crisalli
High Powered Rocketry Magazine – May 1996

Well, if it doesn’t work this time we’ll just drink the fuel! (members only)
(LOX-Ethanol Static Test)
David E. Crisalli, Brian Wherley
High Powered Rocketry Magazine – October 1996

ZINC/SULFUR It Wasn’t Always Just For Betas (members only)
David E. Crisalli
High Powered Rocketry Magazine – June 1994

The Two Stage Cluster
Flight Report
by Bill Claybaugh

A Hydrogen Peroxide Rocket
Flight Report
by Bill Claybaugh

The Design, Construction and Flight Testing of a Large Liquid Propellant Missile
(members only)
David E. Crisalli
United States Naval Academy Annapolis, Maryland – 1976

RRS Constitution
This is a word document version of this Societies current constitution.