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Modeling of impulsive propellant reorientation
1989 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||John I. Hochstein, Alfredo E. Patag, and David J. Chato.|
|Series||NASA-TM -- 101440, NASA technical memorandum -- 101440..|
|Contributions||Patag, Alfredo E., Chato, David J., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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The impulsive propellant reorientation process is modeled using the Energy Calculations for Liquid Propellants in a Space Environment (ECLIPSE) code. A brief description of the process and the. Modeling of impulsive propellant reorientation.
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Hochstein. Unknown Binding Out of Print--Limited Availability. Go back to filtering menu. reorientation. Its accuracy in modeling impulsive reorientation due to the steady firing of thrusters has been demonstrated by Hochstein et a1 (6).
can be used to model small-scale drop tower experiments and small-scale flight experiments as well as full-scale spacecraft tanks. tanks. The impulsive propellant reorientation process is modeled using the (Energy Calculations for Liquid Propellants in a Space Environment (ECLIPSE) code.
A brief description of the process and the computational model is presented. Code validation is documented via comparison to experimentally derived data for small scale tanks. Initiation of geyser during the resettlement of cryogenic liquid under impulsive reverse gravity acceleration in microgravity environment R.
HUNG and K. SHYUCited by: The computational and experimental studies have been performed to investigate the hydrodynamic process of liquid propellant reorientation for the launch vehicle series fuel tanks in microgravity environment. The VOF method was used to simulate the free surface flow of gas-liquid.
The process of the liquid propellant reorientation started from initially curved interface at low Bond by: 3. A combination of both experimental and computational simulation results have recently provided strong evidence that magnetic positioning may be a feasible alternative technology for managing cryogenic propellants onboard spacecraft.
One prerequisite in the assessment of magnetic propellant management is the ability of predicting propellant reorientation in full-scale propellant by: 3. The impulsive propellant reorientation process is modeled using the Energy Calculations for Liquid Propellants in a Space Environment (ECLIPSE) code.
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Introduction. For more than 30 years, analytical, experimental, and computational studies have been performed to seek reliable technologies for managing cryogenic propellants in reduced gravity. Passive and impulsive systems have been utilized for monopropellant management onboard small by: 2.
Cryogenic propellant management systems that rely on surface tension forces in special geometries (liquid acquisition devices), or impulsive vehicle acceleration (reorientation) to positively position liquids within spacecraft tanks have been studied for more than 40 years and deployed with some success with by: 4.
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Liquid propellants are fast becoming attractive for pulsed plasma thrusters due to their high efficiency and low contamination issues. However, the complete plasma interaction and acceleration processes are still not very clear. Present paper develops a multi-layer numerical model for liquid propellant PPTs (pulsed plasma thrusters).
The model is based on a quasi-steady flow by: 2. Analysis and Test. for Space Shuttle Propellant Dynamics (1 /10th. Scale. Model. propellant reorientation, in the ET LOX Tank, and to measure. The ability of the singlh-point mass-model to accu rately simulate propellant reorientation is investigated by compari.
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The story of solid propellants will have to be told by somebody else. This is, in many ways, an auspicious moment for such a book. Liq uid propellant research, active during the. Modeling Solid Propellant Ignition Events Daniel A.
Smyth Brigham Young University - Provo Follow this and additional works at: Part of theChemical Engineering Commons This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by BYU ScholarsArchive.
It has been accepted for inclusion in All Theses and Author: Daniel Austin Smyth. This paper focuses on the dynamics and control of spacecraft with multiple liquid propellant tanks. The liquid slosh dynamics are included by using an improved moving pulsating ball model.
The moving pulsating ball model is an equivalent mechanical model that is capable of imitating the liquid reorientation process, especially for large. Specific impulse (usually abbreviated I sp) is a measure of how effectively a rocket uses propellant or a jet engine uses fuel.
Specific impulse can be calculated in a variety of different ways with different units. By definition, it is the total impulse (or change in momentum) delivered per unit of propellant consumed and is dimensionally equivalent to the generated thrust divided by the.
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impulse is a measurement of propellant efficiency and is determined by dividing the total impulse of the engine by the weight of the propellant. Most commercial model rocket engines have specific impulses between 50 and seconds.
Large professional solid propellant engines commonly have specific impulses of to seconds. The homeFile Size: KB. Notes on these propellants: These are known as the "sugar" propellants. KNSU is the "classic" formulation, which I first learned about while reading Brinley's Rocket Manual for Amateurs way back in I used this propellant with great success for all my early rocket experiments.
Original formulation presented in Brinley's book. The UML (Unified Modeling Language) tool is used to model the architecture of the codes. For example, the specific impulse I sp (s), which is defined as the total impulse per unit weight of the propellant for steady flow, can be given as: The routines used in this work were taken from the book Cited by: 1.
The total impulse (area under total thrust curve) is 20% lower than the manufacturer’s claim. The bulk of this discrepancy is likely due to the engine containing 19% less ( g) than the specified quantity ( g) of propellant, since our measured specific impulse (impulse divided by propellant.
exceeds velocity of the propellant Percentage Payload to Orbit Using (1) H2/O 2 and (2) R p (highly refined kerosene)/O 2 Specific Impulse (Isp) • is a way to describe the efficiency of rocket and jet engines. • It represents the impulse (change in momentum) per unit of propellant.
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According to the United States National Association of Rocketry (nar) Safety Code, model rockets are constructed of paper, wood, plastic and other lightweight materials.
The code also provides guidelines for motor use, launch. A liquid-propellant rocket or liquid rocket utilizes a rocket engine that uses liquid s are desirable because their reasonably high density allows the volume of the propellant tanks to be relatively low, and it is possible to use lightweight centrifugal turbopumps to pump the propellant from the tanks into the combustion chamber, which means that the propellants can be kept.
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