4 edition of Advanced Earth-to-orbit propulsion technology information, dissemination, and research found in the catalog.
Advanced Earth-to-orbit propulsion technology information, dissemination, and research
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Advanced Earth to orbit propulsion technology information, dissemination, and research.|
|Statement||prepared by S.T. Wu.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-196582., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-196582.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Space propulsion systems have a great influence on our ability to travel to other planets or how cheap a satellite can provide TV programs. This book provides an up-to-date overview of all kinds of propulsion systems ranging from classical rocket technology, nuclear propulsion to electric propulsion systems, and further to micro-, propellantless and even breakthrough propulsion, which is a new. Hunter GW, Liu CC, Wu QH, and Neudeck PG () Advances in Hydrogen Sensor Technology for Aerospace Applications. Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology, Huntsville, AL, May 17–19, , NASA Conference Publication , vol. I, pp. – Google ScholarCited by:
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ADVANCED EARTH-TO-ORBIT PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION, DISSEMINATION AND RESEARCH Submitted to: Attn.: Mr. JamesMoses Research and Technology Office, ER 01 Marshall Space Flight Center National Aeronautics and Space Administration Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama Prepared by: Dr.
Wu Department of Mechanical Engineering andCited by: 1. A conference was held at MSFC in May describing the research achievements of the NASA-wide research and technology programs dealing with advanced oxygen/hydrogen and oxygen/hydrocarbon earth-to-orbit propulsion.
The purpose of this conference was to provide a forum for the timely dissemination to the propulsion community of the results emerging from this program Author: S.
Conference on Advanced Earth-to- Orbit Propulsion Technology) was organized and implemented by The University of Alabama in Huntsville and held May 15 - 17 to assemble and disseminate the current information on the Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology.
The results were assembled for publication as NASA CPVolume 1 and 2 and NASA CPFile Size: 4MB. Get this from a library. Advanced Earth-to-orbit propulsion technology information, dissemination, and research: final report J - Ma [S T Wu; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Advanced Earth-to-orbit propulsion technology information, dissemination and research. By S. Abstract. A conference was held at MSFC in May describing the research achievements of the NASA-wide research and technology programs dealing with advanced oxygen/hydrogen and oxygen/hydrocarbon earth-to-orbit propulsion.
The purpose of Author: S. Abstract. In this period of performance a conference (The Conference on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology) was organized and implemented by the University of Alabama in Huntsville and held May to assemble and disseminate the current information on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion : S.
Eric Davis is a Senior Research Physicist at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin, and the CEO of Warp Drive Metrics. His research specializations include breakthrough propulsion physics, general relativity, and quantum field theories. He is a technical contributor and consultant to the NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics by: Yong Bai, Qiang Bai, in Subsea Engineering Handbook (Second Edition), Propulsion System.
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Studies of advanced earth-to-orbit vehicles have shown the need for new oxygen-hydrocarbon rocket engines. These advanced engines are characterized by high chamber pressures (to psia), reusability, and high performance.
The propulsion technology necessary to meet these requirements is now being : R.J. LaBotz, R.L. Ewen. Advanced Science-Technology Research Organization Abstract Field propulsion systems were proposed by many researchers to overcome the speed limit of the conventional space propulsion.
Advanced Propulsion. Technology and Development. Innovation To Explore. Many advanced propulsion technologies are currently at medium technology readiness. level, but opportunities for ground or in-space demonstration are limited. Crossing this tech-nology development “valley of death” affordably is key to bringing these technologies online.
To achieve U.S. space goals for the next century, new, low-cost launch vehicles are necessary. Advanced technology is the foundation for the next generation of space transportation systems and should focus on propulsion because this technology must be well in hand before being designed into any new vehicle system.
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At-A-Glance. Today’s in-space propulsion challenges. are focused on chemical propulsion, while. tomorrow’s missions will require advancing. the state-of-the-art of propulsion system.
performance. Marshall Space Flight Center. has unique experience in many. The Earth-to-Orbit (ETO) Propulsion Program was initiated in as a major element of NASA's Civil Space Technology Initiative (CSTI), a set of some ten different program elements directed to the revitalization of the U.S.'s space technology resource upon which future spaceflight missions will be able to Author: William J.D.
Escher, Paul N. Herr, Frank W. Stephenson. Suggested Citation:"5 Propulsion Capabilities for Earth-to-Orbit Launch Vehicle."National Research Council. From Earth to Orbit: An Assessment of Transportation gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / In this period of performance a conference (The Conference on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology) was organized and implemented by the.
In this period of performance a conference (The Conference on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology) was organized and implemented by the University of Alabama in Huntsville and held May to assemble and disseminate the current information on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology.
About the AIAA Journal. This Journal, that started it all back inis devoted to the advancement of the science and technology of astronautics and aeronautics through the dissemination of original archival research papers disclosing new theoretical developments and/or experimental result.
NACA compressor work advanced the general state of the art through dissemination of information, thereby saving individual companies the cost and time of doing this research themselves.
At the same time, by making knowledge freely available to the entire engine community, it discouraged one company from locking in a competitive advantage. Journal of Aerospace Information Systems; Journal of Air Transportation; Journal of Aircraft; Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics; Journal of Propulsion and Power; Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets; Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer; Browse All Journals; Browse All Virtual Collections; Books.
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