The kinetic model of perturbations of the stratospheric ozone by propulsive jet discharges of modern launch vehicles was modified, which made it possible to refine theoretical estimates of the accompanying physicochemical processes and to improve the reliability and consistence of the basic parameters. The natural and artificial mechanisms of turbulent dissipation of the rocket trace in the stratosphere and their dependence on the altitude were taken into account. The mass-energy and specific characteristics of the propulsive jet discharges of rockets were factorized. The agents, factors, and mechanisms determining the scale, level, and dynamics of the perturbation of stratospheric ozone in launches of liquid-propellant launch vehicles were revealed and a small-scale kinetic-diffusion model was suggested for engineering estimates.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 26, 2006
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