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|Other titles||Low power aircraft cyclic lifetest.|
|Statement||Francis M. Curran, Terry L. Hardy, and Thomas W. Haag.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 100233.|
|Contributions||Hardy, Terry L., Haag, Thomas W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
* I NASA Technical Memorandum AIAA Low Power dc Arcjet Operation With Hydrogen/Nitrogen/Ammonia Mixtures Terry L. Hardy and Francis M. Curran Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio CFEEATICP (hASA-TM) PITI3 t YCIiCG LO& ECYEB EE/PII~CGELJ CC P6CJET AtlfiO1IA U CU ElXTUtiES (NASA) 25 I: Avail: LIlS IiC AGL/HP A01 CSCL 21c Unclas. The DME arcjet thruster successfully produced arc plasma with a mm constrictor diameter, while varying the DME flow rate in the range of 38–47 mg/s and discharge current in the range of 12–20 A. Fig. 2 shows changes in discharge current, discharge voltage, and plenum chamber pressure over time with 38 mg/s DME flow rate and 16 A discharge by: 7. Arcjet nozzle design impacts. [Washington, DC]: [Springfield, Va: National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; For sale by the National Technical Information Service. MLA Citation. Curran, Francis M. and Sovie, Amy J. and Haag, Thomas W. and United States. National Aeronautics and . Stable arcjet operations at very low-power levels ranging from 40 to 90 W with a constrictor diameter of – mm were confirmed. (2) Temperature of molecular nitrogen estimated at the center of the constrictor exit is high, about – K, even under very low-power operation, and rises with increasing arcjet input power. (3)Cited by:
In: A low-power arcjet cyclic lifetest, JANNAF propulsion conference, 15–17 December Performance and Emission Characteristics of a DI Diesel Engine Operated on . include resitojets and arcjets. The current project is a study of an arcjet thruster using ammonia propellant, which is brought to a plasma state by introducing microwaves and operating at low power. Arcjet thrusters can be made in a compact size and with advances in power subsystems they may operate at low-power making them very useful for micro. An experimental investigation of a low power arcjet plume was conducted using emission spectroscopy. A laboratory model arcjet incorporating a segmented anode was run on simulated hydrazine at a. Low power laminar aircraft structures. Alex Strojnik. A. Strojnik, - Technology & Engineering - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. A Distribution of the Loads. B Carbon Spar
book provides a ready source of data commonly used in the field of light aircraft design. The book includes detailed information on aero-dynamics, engines, propeller, wood, aluminum, steel, composites, loW PoWEr laMinar airCraFt DESign (alEx StroJnik) – Aerodynamics of light aircraft of 40 HP or less. Low power arcjet performance. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Curran, Francis M.; Sarmiento, Charles J. An experimental investigation was performed to evaluate ar. Arcjet system integration development. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Zafran, Sidney. Compatibility between an arcjet propulsion system and a communications sate. Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Bibliography of Lewis Research Center Technical Publications announced in " See other formats.