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Yampolsky, P. Ronney, and M. A. Gundersen. 2000. Plasma-enhanced combustion for reduction of rocket plume soot. 13th ONR Propulsion Meeting Proceedings. Eds. G. Roy and P. Strykowski. Minneapolis, MN. SECTION ONE ADVANCED FUEL SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION Chapter 2 HIGH-ENERGY, HIGH-DENSITY, POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS AND AZIDO DERIVATIVES R. M. Moriarty Eﬀorts towards the synthesis of strained polycyclic hydrocarbons have been described. These compounds are of interest as fuels and fuel additives for advancedpropulsion.
The boiling point (80 ◦ C) is signiﬁcantly below the average value of conventional fuels such as JP-10 (280 ◦ C). Corin Segal, at the University of Florida, has shown that mixtures of methylated pentacyclyic undane (PCU) alkane dimer in kerosene lead to the formation of vapors early in the droplet lifetime resulting in eﬀervescent droplet boiling. Increased acceleration in the droplet breakup and vaporization are achieved due to added high-energy release rates (Chapter 5). Due to the higher carbon-to-hydrogen ratios of these novel heavy hydrocarbon fuels, soot is an issue and elimination of soot is an important aspect of the research.
The strain energies of related structures are presented in Fig. 12. The aim of this part of the study was to incorporate the azido group into the strained quadricyclane structure. The pathways shown in Fig. 13 were pursued. Reaction 7 −→ 9 is general for synthesis of bridgehead azides of bridged polycyclic hydrocarbons. Another route which was studied as a general synthesis is shown in Fig. 14. 11 Synthesis of 1-azidonorborniane In a second pathway, the use of hypervalent iodine was studied as shown in Fig.
Advances in Chemical Propulsion by Roy G.D. (ed.)