ROTATING DETONATION ENGINES

The true propulsion technology of the 21st century

ABOUT US

Detonation Space works on new generation propulsion technology rotating detonation engines.

DETONATION ENGINE

We design and manufacture the engines of the future.

AEROSPIKE NOZZLE

We use aerospike nozzles and many similar new rocket technologies in our engine.

SPACE MISSIONS

We will perform a space mission for the first time using the detonation engine.

DETONATION SPACE

THE TRUE TECHNOLOGY
OF THE 21ST CENTURY

WHAT WE DO.

We are developing rotating detonation engines which are thermodynamically 30% more efficient than conventional engines, and preparing it for the first space mission.

WHAT WE ACHIEVE.

We have carried out the some tests of the LUNDET-7 engine, which can produce 7 kN thrust, and continue to develop it.

AT THE END.

In 2022, we plan to perform the mission to space using the detonation engine for the first time in the world.

WORK

WE BELIEVE OUR WORK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. BROWSE OUR MOST RECENT PROJECTS BELOW.

LUNDET-7 ROCKET ENGINE

  • - Rotating Detonation combustor
  • - Supersonic combustion
  • - Radial pre-Detonator
  • - 7 kN thrust
  • - 4.32 kHz wave frequency
  • - Using LOX/RP-1
  • - 40% lighter and 30% more specific impulse than conventional rocket engines
  • - Aerospike nozzle
  • - Proper regenerative cooling
  • - Inconel 625 structure material
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SPACE MISSIONS

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FLIGHTS

3

SUCCESS

25

TESTS

SERVICES

JUST CHECK OUT ALL OF THE SERVICE LISTS BELOW TO GET A GENERAL IDEA OF WHAT WE ARE CAPABLE OF DELIVERING.

ENGINES

Combustion engines with different thrust values for rockets, aircrafts, drones.

ENGINEERING

Mechanical analysis, design, computational fluid dynamics analysis

VALVES AND PUMPS

Pressurization and control systems services

How will Detonation Space’s technology affect the future?

Detonation Space engines are based on rotating detonation combustors. It follows the ZND cycle thermodynamically. The ZND cycle provides higher work gains compared to the cycle of conventional gas turbines (Brayton Cycle). The thermodynamic cycle of the Lundet-7 engine is presented in the graphic …

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Cheaper, lighter, more efficient space missions..

Right now the technology used by rockets, aircrafts, cars, boats, and basically any vehicle that we know, is the internal combustion engine — a technology that hasn’t changed much since it was first introduced back in the 19th century. It has a number of limitations, mainly high fuel expenditure, which leads to high operating costs and limits payload capabilities of a vehicle.

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CONTACT

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