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One graduate course lectured by Prof. Oskar J. Haidn
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One of HIT graduate courses joint with international high-level scholarsSpace propulsion fundamentalswas lectured by Prof. Oskar J. Haidn from September 15th to 22th. Prof. Oskar J. Haidn, from School of Mechanical Engineering in Technical University of Munich in German, is now the guest professor of school of energy science and engineering in HIT.

Prof. Oskar J. Haidn obtained his doctoral degree of fluid mechanism in Erlangen-Nuremberg University in 1991. Then he worked for German Aerospace Center (DLR) and has served as the director of the Space Propulsion Department, Combustion Technology Department and Numerical Simulation Department of DLR. In 2011, he became the Director of the Rocket Propulsion Institute at the Technical University of Munich. Besides, Prof. Oskar J. Haidn is the AIAA Associate Fellow and member of the AIAA Propellant and Combustion Technology Committee. In 2017, Prof. Oskar J. Haidn became the guest professor of school of energy science and engineering in HIT.

Prof. Oskar J. Haidn is an excellent expert in liquid rocket engine. He has published various patents, books and nearly 150 papers on Propellant optimization, ignition, spray combustion, heat and mass transfer, combustion diagnostics and engine cooling of liquid rocket engine. Most of those papers were published onJournal of Propulsion and Power》,which is the top magazine in aerospace field.

During the lessons, Prof. Oskar J. Haidn systematically introduced the basics of space propulsion technology and fundamentals. And he introduced the world's most mature commercial rocket series and their respective characteristics and showed students the current status of rocket research and future research trends. Then focusing on liquid rocket technology, he carefully introduced the basic technical principles of liquid rocket, propellant and its composition, supply system (pressure supply system, pump supply system), turbine system, combustion chamber design and cooling system design.