Frequent question: How many engines are in KSP?

Kerbal Space Program
Artist(s) Rafael Gonzalez
Composer(s) Edu Castillo
Engine Unity

How many NERV engines are in KSP?

LV-N “Nerv” Engine now runs solely on Liquid Fuel. No longer has a gimbal. Cost increased to 10000. Mass increased from 2.25 to 3.



Changes.

[Expand] Engines
Xenon propulsion IX-6315 “Dawn” Electric Propulsion System

What is the fastest jet engine in KSP?

TOP SPEED IN STOCK 1.0.4:

  • Nefrums Has made it to Mach 5.15 and a speed of 1554.7 m/s before it exploded and made jebs body into monocles spread into the atomsphere XD.
  • Zipmafia a Veteran Has reappeared from the blackness and has made it to Mach 4.45 and has breached the speed of 1531.9 m/s.

What can engineers do KSP?

Engineer is a specialization assigned to Kerbonauts. Engineers can repair broken parts with repair kits and repack parachutes. They also greatly affect the efficiency of Resource Harvesters and Converters on the craft they are aboard.

What is ISP Kerbal?

From Kerbal Space Program Wiki. The specific impulse (usually written as Isp, or in-game as ISP) defines the efficiency of an engine. It is thrust per the rate of fuel consumption. Or equivalently, it is change in momentum per amount of fuel consumed.

What is cryogenic engine?

Cryogenic engine makes use of Liquid Oxygen (LOX) and Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) as propellants which liquefy at -183 deg C and -253 deg C respectively. LOX and LH2 are stored in their respective tanks.

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What engines work in space KSP?

Reaction engine

  • Jet engines, which expend liquid fuel and intake air.
  • Liquid fuel rocket engines, which expend liquid fuel and oxidizer. or Monopropellant engines, which expend monopropellant.
  • Solid fuel rocket engines, which expend solid fuel.
  • Ion engines, which expend xenon gas utilizing electric charge.

What is Isru KSP?

Start/Stop ISRU [Lf+Ox] – converts to liquid fuel and oxidizer in ratio of the need of the liquid fuel engines.

How much air does a jet engine consume?

A typical commercial jet engine takes in 1.2 tons of air per second during takeoff—in other words, it could empty the air in a squash court in less than a second. The mechanism by which a jet engine sucks in the air is largely a part of the compression stage.

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