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Analysis and test for space shuttle propellant dynamics

Robert L Berry

Analysis and test for space shuttle propellant dynamics

by Robert L Berry

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reusable space vehicles,
  • Propellants,
  • Rockets (Aeronautics) -- Fuel

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert L. Berry, Leonard J. Demchak, and James R. Tegart ; prepared for Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 3683
    ContributionsDemchak, Leonard J, Tegart, James R, Martin Marietta Denver Aerospace, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14931175M

    The Space Shuttle DOL1LU team utilizes a forecasted wind from the surface to 80, ft for wind-only evaluations. This upper level wind point forecast is created by meteorologists at JSC. Originally used for Space Shuttle entry simulation evaluations, DOL1LU developed use for this wind in qualitative and quantitative real-time analysis on DOL. Advanced science. Applied technology. Search. Toggle navigation.

    This paper presents the results of a study to develop an analytical model capable of predicting the forces acting on a tank caused by large-amplitude propellant motion. This effort contributed to an analysis of the influence of propellant dynamics on separation of the External Tank from the space shuttle orbiter. This paper is concerned with an experimental investigation that aided in. Marshall initiated a space shuttle main engine technology test bed program to test fire highly instrumented space shuttle main engine components in The space shuttle main engine reached a significant milestone in when it surpassed one-million seconds of successful test .

      Beginning with the space shuttle development, NASA has mandated that Pogo cannot be present on any launch system. Extensive research and development efforts were put into the space shuttle engine design, which included pump dynamics testing at Caltech in the ’s. The main propulsion system of a space shuttle consists of three identical rocket engines that provide a total thrust of 6 MN. Determine the rate at which the hydrogen-oxygen propellant is burned by each of the three engines, knowing that it is ejected with a relative velocity of m/s.


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Analysis and test for space shuttle propellant dynamics. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], Analysis and Test.

for Space Shuttle Propellant Dynamics (1 /10th. Scale. Model. Test Results) {NASA-CR) ANALYSIS AND TEST FO N SPACE SHUTTLE PROPELLANT. DYNAMICS (1/10TH. SCALE MODEL TEST RESULTS). VOLUME 1: { TECHNICAL DISCUSSION Interim Report, Hay -Unclas.

- May (Martin Marietta Corp.) G3/28 c. Analysis and test for space shuttle propellant dynamics (1/10th scale model test results). Volume 2: 1/10th scale model test data. Thirty sets of test data selected from the 89 low-g aircraft tests flown by NASA KC zero-g aircraft are listed in tables with their accompanying test conditions.

The data for each test consists of the time Author: L. Demchak, R. Berry and J. Tegart. Analysis and test for space shuttle propellant dynamics. the results of a study to develop an analytical model capable of predicting the dynamic interaction forces on the Shuttle External Tank, due to large amplitude propellant slosh during RTLS separation.

The report details low-g drop tower and KC test programs that were conducted to Author: L. Demchak, R. Berry and J. Tegart.

correlation. The need for better structural characterization and analysis of the solid propellant grain is dictated by the need to characterize the statics and dynamics of the Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Boosters as a system. There presently is not a data base of analysis methods and supporting test.

The configuration of the Space Shuttle with its winged Orbiter, the large propellant tank, and the two solid rocket motors strapped to the tank presented a complex vehicle for analysis and test.

Accordingly, many problems involving propulsion systems, ascent flight control, aerothermodynamics, and structural dynamics have been complicated. As a structural dynamics engineer at Grumman Aerospace Corporation (), he supported the Lunar Module, Skylab, and Space Shuttle programs, and contributed to development of techniques for launch vehicle pogo (instability) suppression and propellant tank hydroelastic modeling and test-analysis correlation.

Paul Kirkpatrick, Thomas Palo, in Safety Design for Space Systems, Propellants. Propellants utilized in space vehicles vary in composition, form, and reactive properties.

A single launch vehicle and spacecraft can include inert xenon gas, multiple solid rocket motors composed of homogeneous or composite propellants, Aerozine, dinitrogen tetroxide, rocket propellant-1, and. –System Hardware and Propellant Feedlines •Will need to introduce various Structural Dynamics Analysis Methods throughout presentation –“Two Minute Tutorials”.

Agenda. Shuttle Test of RS25 Core Stage Engine for Space Launch System Shell Buckling Structural Test. Requirements Analysis for USAF Space Systems and Ground Support Facilities Volume I — Fire Protection Operational Requirements Analysis." Flight Dynamics Directorate Wright Laboratory Air Force Materiel Command, Tyndall Air Force Base, FL.

WL-TR April, AIAA American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 3 Head-end pressure histories for our simulation, nominal values from the Space Shuttle Design Book,6 and the TEM-6 test firing7.

The Space Shuttle was an amazing and unique spacecraft that transported crewmembers, supplies, equipment, experiments, and large payloads both to and from low Earth orbit (LEO).

Analysis. DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF SPACE SHUTTLE NOZZLE ABSTRACT: The function of a rocket nozzle is to channelise and accelerate the combustion products produced by the burning propellant, inside a rocket motor, in such as way so as to maximize the velocity of the exhaust at the exit, to supersonic velocity.

The nozzle converts the chemical energy of the propellant into kinetic. Full text of "Propellant Management in Booster and Upper Stage Propulsion Systems" See other formats / — NASA-TM / - -5 - v ' 7 06/25/97 AN NA5A-in-i^«-» A/ - A PROPELLANT MANAGEMENT IN BOOSTER AND UPPER STAGE PROPULSION SYSTEMS Mark F.

Fisher National Aeronautics and Space Administration George C. Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville, Alabama. dynamic model of an early shuttle-vehicle concept was designed and fabricated for struc- tural dynamics investigations at the Langley Research Center. model details are described in references 8 to The 1/8-scale dynaniic- The complete space-shuttle 1/8-scale dynamic model is.

Abstract. A steady incompressible three-dimensional (3-D) viscous flow analysis was conducted for the Space Shuttle Main Propulsion External Tank (ET)/Orbiter (ORB) propellant feed line quick separable inch disconnect flapper valves for liquid oxygen (LO2) and liquid hydrogen (LH2).

Since crew activity planning is the analysis and development of when and what activities are to be performed on a specific mission, the end result is a minute-by-minute timeline of each crewmember's activities.

A second aspect of mission planningis operations support planning. One such vital area of analysis is structural dynamics which analyze the loads and vibrations of a system as it is in motion. This is such a critical analysis because of the severity of the damage if anything goes wrong.

If the load exceeds the strength for even a single bolt, the impact, and the consequences, could be catastrophic. The dynamic response properties of the space shuttle solid rocket moter (TP-H) propellant were characterized and the expected limits of propellant variability were established.

Dynamic shear modulus tests conducted on six production batches of TP-H at various static and dynamic strain levels over the temperature range from 40 F to 90 F. Defects in solid rocket propellant may affect the safe operation of a space launch vehicle.

The Space Shuttle reusable solid rocket motor (RSRM) is therefore routinely inspected with radiography for voids, cracks, and inclusions. Ultrasonic methods can be used to supplement radiography when an indication is difficult to interpret due to the projection geometry or low contrast.

The Space Shuttle was a partially reusable low Earth orbital spacecraft system that was operated from to by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as part of the Space Shuttle official program name was Space Transportation System (STS), taken from a plan for a system of reusable spacecraft of which it was the only item funded for development.The Saturn V F-1 gas generator completing a second hot-fire test as part of a series of tests at Marshall Space Flight Center.

The test objectives are to gather performance data from the refurbished gas generator and to.A rocket engine uses stored rocket propellants as reaction mass for forming a high-speed propulsive jet of fluid, usually high-temperature gas. Rocket engines are reaction engines, producing thrust in accordance with Newton's third rocket engines use the combustion of reactive chemicals to supply the necessary energy, but non-combusting forms such as cold gas thrusters and nuclear.