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Effect of low-stiffness closeout overwrap on rocket thrust-chamber life
Harold J. Kasper
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Harold J. Kasper and J. Joseph Notardonato.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 1456.|
|Contributions||Notardonato, J. Joseph., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office., Lewis Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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NASA Technical Paper Effect of Low-Stiffness Closeout Overwrap on Rocket Thrust-Chamber Life Harold J. Masper and J. Joseph Notardonato Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical information Office.
Effect of low-stiffness closeout overwrap on rocket thrust-chamber life. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office.
Effect of low-stiffness closeout overwrap on rocket thrust-chamber life / By Harold J. Kasper, J. Joseph. Notardonato, Lewis Research Center. and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Scientific and Technical Information Office. Abstract. STAR Category "May "--Cover."Lewis Research Center."Includes bibliographical. Kasper HJ, Notardonato JJ () Effect of low-stiffness closeout overwrap on rocket thrust-chamber life.
NASA technical paperNASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland Google Scholar Cited by: 2. Effect of Low-Stiffness Closeout Overwrap on Rocket Thrust-Chamber Life, NASA Technical Paper Closeout Overwrap on Rocket Thrust-Chamber Life, NASA Technical PaperMay Low-Stiffness Closeout Another life-enhancing design concept is to provide a low-stiffness close- out for the combustion chamber liner, which allows the hot-gas-side wall to expand, reducing the thermal strain in the wail.
This concept was proposed several years ago, incorporating a fiberglass overwrap around the copper liner (ref. 25). The results showed that the optimum design condition for a long-life rocket thrust chamber could be achieved with a low-stiffness closeout consisting of a.
The results showed that the optimum design condition for a long-life rocket thrust chamber could be achieved with a low-stiffness closeout consisting of a CIP formed aluminum alloy layer with a porosity of 17% and a TFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) insulation layer with a thickness of 20 by: 2.
A study on the structural behavior of a composite closeout structure in a regeneratively cooled thrust chamber has been carried out with the aim to understand the main parameters affecting the mechanical behavior of the component.
The results of the performed simulations demonstrate that the thermal loads strongly affect the failure by: 1.
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Changing airfoil thickness allows the airfoil shape to evolve as part of the optimization. Design and Structural Analysis of Solid Rocket Motor Casing Hardware Used in Aerospace Applications B.
DineshKumar, B. Shishira Nayana, D. Shravya Shree. Abstract - Rocket motors are widely used to generate thrust or impulsive force to impart a desired velocity to flight vehicle to transport its payload to the intended destination.
Large-scale shake table tests were performed at E-Defense to examine the out-of-plane stability of buckling-restrained braces (BRBs). Two specimens were subjected repeatedly to a near-fault ground motion with increasing amplification.
rocket, Thrust Controlled Motor (TCM) is configured with Hot Gas Flow Control Valve (HGFCV) to vary throat area for thrust modulation. Prototype TCM is developed for repetitive ground testing to fine tune the propellant formulation and finalize material technologies for high temperature and dynamic sealing applications of Size: 1MB.
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Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics of Low-Aspect-Ratio, Thin/Flat/Cambered-Plate Wings Alain Pelletier¤and Thomas J. Mueller† University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana The design of micro aerial vehicles requires a better understanding of.
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Ribner. fatigue. The controlling parameters were, there- failure sites early in the life of a thrust chamber fore, the temperature difference between the hot and for making periodic measurements of the deforma-gas side wall and the backside, the coefficient of tion.
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