In the text find the definition of a stress man.

5. Answer the questions:

1. What are the things which make aircraft engineering difficult?

2. What is a practical limit to the total weight of aircraft?

3. Where and why do the stress man’s calculations go?

4. Why are the samples tested?

5. How many airplanes of new type are destroyed in structural tests?

6. What types In the text find the definition of a stress man. of ground strength tests are carried out?

7. Can the airplane fly without government certificate of airworthiness?

8. What are the requirements for the flying controls, the electrical equipment, etc?

9. What must the working parts of the aircraft be?

10. What reason are the new materials being tested for?

Vocabulary Фокус

Match In the text find the definition of a stress man. the synonyms and using words from column B.

A B

reliable unit

aircraft safe

difficult destruction

engine plane

consumption cargo

freight armature

sample hard

assembly use

resistance power plant

collapse opposition

equipment pattern

Find these verbs in the text and write out the words collocate with.

To make, to build, to allow, to calculate, to test, to prove, to separate, to destroy In the text find the definition of a stress man., to result in, to apply.

Fill in the gaps with the suitable derivative of the word given in brackets.

1. The practical limit of the aircraft weight are a certain power of engine and a certain fuel ____ (consume).

2. The structure of the aircraft must be as small and In the text find the definition of a stress man. light as ____ (safe) and efficiency will allow.

3. The stress man’s ____ (calculate) go to the designer of the part.

4. In one of the ground tests the wings, tail and other units reach maximum load to find out the ____ (resist) to loading.

5. In the test for fatigue strength small loads are applied In the text find the definition of a stress man. for thousands of times and many ____ (repeat) can result in collapse.

Speaking

Imagine you are a supervisor of a trainee group. Tell them about plane makers and steps of aircraft designing.

UNIT 14

Rockets

Preparing to Read

Look at the picture and brainstorm all possible terms related to the topic.

Work in pairs. Give In the text find the definition of a stress man. a definition of the term “rocket”. Suggest various areas of application for rockets.

Before you read the text, look at these sentences and agree or disagree with them and explain your viewpoint.

1. A rocket is a vehicle designed to leave Earth's atmosphere and operate beyond the surface of In the text find the definition of a stress man. the Earth in outer space.

2. Rockets use air-breathing engines.

3. Rockets may have some stages.

4. Rockets can move with the speed much higher than the speed of sound.

Reading

Read the text and match the English words with their Russian counterparts.

1. booster a. окислитель

2. oxidizer b. уравнение

3. satellite c In the text find the definition of a stress man.. галлактический корабль

4. equation d. момент выгорания горючего

5. propellant e. вакуум

6. nozzle f. искусственный спутник Земли

7. spacecraft g. ракетное горючее

8. vacuum h. ракета-носитель

9. burn-out time i. сопло

Read the text and check whether your predictions were correct.

Read the text and write a brief heading for each paragraph.

Rockets

A. A rocket is a vehicle which obtains In the text find the definition of a stress man. thrust by the reaction to the ejection of fast moving fluid from within a rocket engine.

B. Rockets are used for fireworks and weaponry, as launch vehicles for artificial satellites, and for human spaceflight and exploration of other planets. While they are inefficient for low speed use, they are In the text find the definition of a stress man., compared to other propulsion systems, very lightweight, powerful and can achieve extremely high speeds.

C. In 1903, high school mathematics teacher Konstantin Tsiolkovsky (1857-1935) published the first serious scientific work on space travel. The Tsiolkovsky rocket equation—the principle that governs rocket propulsion—is named in his honor. Tsiolkovsky proposed to use liquid In the text find the definition of a stress man. oxygen and liquid hydrogen as a nearly optimal propellant pair and determined that staged and clustered rockets increase the overall mass efficiency would dramatically increase range.

D. Most current rockets are chemically powered rockets. A chemical rocket engine can use gas propellant, solid propellant, liquid propellant, or In the text find the definition of a stress man. a hybrid mixture of both solid and liquid. A chemical reaction is initiated between the fuel and the oxidizer in the combustion chamber, and the resultant hot gases accelerate out of a nozzle (or nozzles) at the rear end of the rocket. The acceleration of these gases through the In the text find the definition of a stress man. engine exerts force (thrust) on the combustion chamber and nozzle, propelling the vehicle.

E. Due to their high exhaust velocity (Mach ~10) rockets are particularly useful when very high speeds are required, such as orbital speed (Mach 25). Rockets remain the only way to launch spacecraft into orbit. They are In the text find the definition of a stress man. also used to rapidly accelerate spacecraft when they change orbits or de-orbit for landing. There are many different types of rockets.

F. A multistage rocket is the most popular, it uses two or more stages, each of which contains its own engines and propellant. A stacked stage is mounted on top In the text find the definition of a stress man. of another stage; a parallel stage is attached next to another stage. Two stage rockets are quite common, but rockets with as many as five separate stages have been successfully launched.

G. By jettisoning stages when they run out of propellant, the mass of the remaining rocket is In the text find the definition of a stress man. decreased. This staging allows the thrust of the remaining stages to more easily accelerate the rocket to its final speed and height.

H. In stacked staging schemes, the first stage is at the bottom and is usually the largest, the second stage is above it and is usually In the text find the definition of a stress man. the next largest. Subsequent upper stages are above those. In parallel staging schemes solid or liquid rocket boosters are used to assist with lift-off.

I. The main reason for multi-stage rockets and boosters is that once the fuel is burnt, the space and structure which contained it and the In the text find the definition of a stress man. motors themselves are useless and only add weight to the vehicle which slows down its future acceleration. By dropping the stages which are no longer useful, the rocket lightens itself. When a stage drops off, the rest of the rocket is still travelling near to the In the text find the definition of a stress man. speed that the whole assembly reached at burn-out time. This means that it needs less total fuel to reach a given velocity and/or altitude.

J. An advantage is that each stage can use a different type of rocket motor, with each stage/motor tuned for the conditions in which In the text find the definition of a stress man. it will operate. Thus the lower stage motors are designed for use at atmospheric pressure, while the upper stages can use motors suited to near vacuum conditions.

Comprehension Check


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