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Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids

Neil T. Van Dresar

Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids

generic requirements for a low-gravity experiment

by Neil T. Van Dresar

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

  • Cryogenic fluid storage.,
  • Cryogenic fluids.,
  • Cryogenics.,
  • Expulsion.,
  • Microgravity.,
  • Pressurizing.,
  • Space shuttles.,
  • Storage tanks.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNeil T. Van Dresar and Robert J. Stochl.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 104417.
    ContributionsStochl, Robert J., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15405246M

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Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids by Neil T. Van Dresar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids: generic requirements for a low-gravity experiment. [Neil T Van Dresar; Robert J Stochl. Pressurization system for a cryogenic propellant tank in a pressure-fed high-altitude rocket.

with measurement results on the pressurization and expulsion of liquid nitrogen from a 30 L. 7 van Dresar, N. and Stochl, R. J., “Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids: Generic requirements for a low-gravity experiment,”NASA Tec hnical Memorandum Abstract.

The purpose of this chapter is to present the LAD performance experiments carried out in room temperature liquids. Bubble point and reseal pressure tests for a ××and × Dutch Twill screen are conducted in storable liquids, methanol, acetone, IPA, water, and binary methanol/water mixtures of various methanol concentrations.

Autogenous pressurization of cryogenic vessels using submerged vapor injection. [Washington, DC]: [Springfield, Va: National Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids book and Space Administration ; For sale by the National Technical Information Service.

MLA Citation. Stochl, Robert J. and Van Dresar, Neil T. and Lacovic, Raymond F. and United States. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Pressurization and expulsion of cryogenic liquids book located at the foot of Pike's Peak, was the site of the joint Cryogenic Engineer­ ing Conference - International Cryogenic Materials Conference.

Over papers were presented at the two conferences on a variety of cryogenic science and engineering. reliably for all large scale cryogenic upper stages. Expulsion efficiencies well in excess of % of liquids are achieved on Centaur, even at the relatively low accelerations encountered during pre-start and blowdown.

Expulsion efficiency at g is yet to be demonstrated. With settled operations, expulsion efficiency is further. Chapter 5 then presents the low-pressure cryogenic hydrogen and nitrogen experiments and data using three screens, two liquids and two different pressurization schemes.

Tests are conducted in a parametric fashion to independently assess the effect of mesh type, liquid type, liquid temperature and pressure, and pressurant gas type on the. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Cryogenic and storable liquids: Storable liquids, monopropellants, and/or stored cold gas: Chamber pressure: –21 MPa or – psi: – MPa or 20– psi: Number of starts during a single mission: Usually no restart; sometimes one, but up to four in some cases: Several thousand starts for some space missions: Cumulative.

The Cryogenic Engineering Conference Committee is pleased to present the papers of the Cryogenic Engineering Conference. We are grateful to have had the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan as our host for the seventh annual meeting of this group.

The Conference Committee in. Helium Hammer in Superfluid Transfer.- Supercritical Hydrogen Expulsion Utilizing an External Pressurization System.- Ground Support Equipment for the Loading of High Pressure and Density Cryogenic Helium.- Heating Cryogenic Helium with a Solid Propellant Gas Generator.- Cryogenic Applications - Storage and Transfer of Cryogenic Fluids Rocket engines produce thrust by the expulsion of an exhaust fluid that has been accelerated to high speed through a propelling fluid is usually a gas created by high pressure (to-4,pound-per-square-inch (10 to bar)) combustion of solid or liquid propellants, consisting of fuel and oxidiser components, within a combustion chamber.

Full text of "Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT)" See other formats. The Cryogenic Engineering Conference Committee is pleased to present the papers of the Cryogenic Engineering Conference.

We are grateful to have had the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan as our host for the seventh annual meeting of this group. PROJECT APOLLO A Feasibility Study of an Advanced Manned Spacecraft and System FINAL REPORT through the use of high energy cryogenic propellants, and high inherent reliability through the Implementation'of simple, but, Positive Expulsion Pressurization Methods Inert Gas Pressurization Evaporated Propellants or Inert/Compatible Liquids File Size: 17MB.

A cryogenic rocket engine is a rocket engine that uses a cryogenic fuel or oxidizer, that is, its fuel or oxidizer are gases liquefied and stored at very low temperatures. These highly efficient engines were first flown on the US Atlas-Centaur and were one of the main factors of NASA's success in reaching the Moon by the Saturn V rocket.

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SCHMIDT, R. CARRIGAN, J. HAHS, Cryogenic testing of a foam-multilayer insulation concept in a simulated prelaunch environment. Slush hydrogen pressurized expulsion studies at the NASA K-Site. This diagram shows the fluids (liquids, gases) that cross the interface with the stage.

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Whitmarsh, Paul T. The liquid acquisition devices should maintain bubble-free flows of 37 liters per minute while having an expulsion efficiency of 97%.

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Page 1 Restek Effective January 1, Price List Item Nbr. Description Guard Column Guard Column THE NEW DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF LIQUIDS IN MOVING CONTAINERS. Franklin T. Dodge Southwest Research Institute San Antonio, Texas.

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Start studying 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Cryogenic System Test Engineers— ME, ChE, conduct test programs on space power generation and supercritical cryogenic H2 and 02 storage systems.

Must have experience with cryogenic system operation and test, and be capable of writing test plans and reports, specifying instrumentation, and defining test set-ups, test jigs and facility.