Light fuel is now ready in India to carrying rocket to longer range

The Indian Institute of Technology (IITGN) at Gandhinagar has developed a high-powered rocket fuel. This highly effective fuel is quite light. That is why it will be easier to achieve long-range targets in space. Since the rocket will be more fuel filled.

Research published in Thermochimica Acta Journal states that the new fuel is rich in nano-compound properties. This fuel increases the rocket's capacity. Scientists say that new fuel will be just 30 percent of the total fuel loaded in rockets. One such element is boron. But scientists also say that high flammability will be greatly delayed. Its rate of flammability is low.

As a layer of boron oxide is formed. Fuel containing this boron-rich nano compound developed by Jasuja and IITGN Ph.D. researcher Harini Gunda has been developed to overcome this deficiency. According to other researchers, including Kabir Jasuja, Chinmay Ghoroi, the new fuel uses solid propellant (propulsion) to increase flammability and energy.

This increases the energy maximum in the fuel. Typically, ammonium perchlorate (AP) is used in conventional fuels. Jasuja says that instead of adding many elements to the fuel, only one nano element can achieve the required results.