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A feasibility study of a hypersonic real-gas facility

A feasibility study of a hypersonic real-gas facility

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Published by Center for Electromechanics, University of Texas at Austin, Balcones Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Austin, TX, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
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    Statementsubmitted by J.H. Gully, co-principal investigator, M.D. Driga, co-principal investigator, W.F. Weldon, co-principal investigator.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180423.
    ContributionsWeldon, W. F., Driga, M. D., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15398982M

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    This paper presents a design study for a pressure based Flush airdata system (FADS) on the Hypersonic Air Launched Option (HALO) Vehicle. The analysis will demonstrate the feasibility of using a pressure based airdata system for the HALO and provide measurement uncertainty estimates along a candidate trajectory. The present study focuses on the fundamental physics of the complex flow in the TBCC exhaust system during the transition mode as the turbine exhaust is shut off and the ramjet exhaust is increased. A TBCC exhaust system was designed using methods of characteristics (MOC) and subjected to experimental and computational by: 9.

    Start studying Facilities Management Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. a facility or group of facilities centrally located for the ease of access and use. The feasibility study will tell the prospective facility owner whether to build the facility . The challenges and opportunities which data from this type of test facility provide for mathematical and/or computational modeling of hypersonic combustion phenomena will hopefully be self-evident. However, we will also indicate a need for more detailed modeling of the facility itself to fully describe the test conditions under which the data Cited by:


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Has performed a four month feasibility study of a hypersonic real-gas free flight test facility for NASA Langley Research Center (LARC). This study addressed the feasibility of using a high-energy EML, to accelerate complex models (lifting and nonlifting) in the hypersonic, real-gas facility.

Get this from a library. A feasibility study of a hypersonic real-gas facility: final report. [W F Weldon; M D Driga; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;].

A four month feasibility study of a hypersonic real-gas free flight test facility for NASA Langley Research Center (LARC) was performed. The feasibility of using a high-energy electromagnetic launcher (EML) to accelerate complex models (lifting and nonlifting) in the hypersonic, real-gas facility Author: W.

Weldon, J. Gully and M. Driga. A feasibility study of a hypersonic real-gas facility [microform]: final report / submitted by J.H. Gul The economics of real property / J. Harvey; Thornton Cox's overseas property guide / Arthur Bowers; Global trends in real estate finance / edited by Graeme Newell, Karen Sieracki.

These facilities allow Exploration & Production (E&P) and transmission pipeline companies to utilize natural gas assets year round while providing means for consistent gas supply throughout the year.

The purpose of this thesis is to present a process in which a feasibility study can be conducted for a prospective baseload storage Size: 1MB.

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Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. Recommendation To address the hypersonic ground test deficiencies identified in previous studies, the ASEB endorses the objectives of the two-phase program recommended in the National Facilities Study report.

Table b Recent Studies of Hypersonic Ground Test Facilities. DECISION MAKERS. SENTRO – WP4 – HANDBOOK OF FEASIBILITY STUDY† The average heat production cost from the wood waste boiler house is 14 LTct/kWh, the share of fuel cost in the total cost is LTct/kWh (Table 1).

The real pay-off time of the boiler house is years (according to the operational data).File Size: 1MB. facilities section of the feasibility study as revealed by the average scores shown in Table 4. The difference between the satisfaction and importance average score is. Aim of the feasibility study is to obtain a neutral, professional and qualified opinion and a thorough analysis of the current project plans.

All assumptions in this feasibility study regarding the project itself with respect to size, layout and design, as well as operator selection are based on plans previously presented by the owner.

A hypersonic, weakly ionized gas experimental facility has been exclusively designed for basic research in magnetoaerodynamics. The weakly ionized air is generated by a combination of direct.

This Mechanical Feasibility Study will address the current mechanical system and try and suggest an alternative approach for a mechanical system design. The Grand Oaks assisted living facility, although different in aesthetics and overall purpose of care; is associated with and owned by, Sibley Memorial Hospital.

In the yearthe existing File Size: 1MB. Facility Description Four hypersonic facilities at LaRC were used to generate aerodynamic data: the Inch Mach 6 Air Tunnel, the Inch Mach 10 Air Tunnel, the Inch Mach 6 CF4 Tunnel, and the Inch Mach 20 Helium Tunnel.

Reference 6 contains a detailed description of these facilities. Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Experimental Results on the Feasibility of an Aerospike for Hypersonic Missiles" See other formats AM A AIAA Experimental Results on the Feasibility of an Aerospike for Hypersonic Missiles Lawrence D.

Huebner NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA Anthony M. Mitchell Ellis J. Boudreaux USAF Wright. Introduction. The economy development and globalization urgently demand high speed aviation.The co-funded EC project LAPCAT sketches a vision of civil hypersonic LAPCAT project includes two followed-up stages named LAPCAT I and LAPCAT II, and aims at assembling the key technologies, establishing the research tools and identifying the feasibility of hypersonic by: Summary.

A feasibility study of a direct acceleration measurement technique was performed in the free-piston high enthalpy shock tunnel HIEST. The technique is simple and cost effective rather than aerodynamic force balance by: 2. Experiments in hand-operated, hypersonic shock tunnel facility 9 December | Shock Waves, Vol.

26, No. 6 Simulation study on modeling for design parameters analysis of free-piston tunnelsCited by: Using the results of our feasibility study, CMC and BFE were able to present a strong business case to prospective investors and strategic partners, and bring their goal of developing these facilities closer to reality.

Using this feasibility study, CMC was able to engage banks and strategic investors to raise the capital necessary to bring. Obtaining The Required Market Data For Your Own Market Feasibility Study.

Now, by knowing your customer, you can take your first step to discern feasibility in a market by conducting a simple “Demand Analysis”; a phase one in executing your own feasibility study. Remember that you must obtain the right market data to discover the right market.

guide to preparing feasibility studies for energy efficiency guidebook projects p gray davis, governor february california energy commission s t a t e o f c ali f o r n i a e n e r gy co m i s s i o n 1 9 75 2 0.

Design and Characterization of a Hypervelocity Expansion Tube Facility. Capabilities and limitations of existing hypersonic facilities. Progress in Aerospace Sciences, Vol. Hypervelocity real gas capabilities of GASL's expansion tube (HYPULSE) by: Hypersonic Aerothermochemistry Duplication in Ground Plasma ground-based facility for this study and its description is given in Sec.

III. Because the test case reentry mission is on a CubeSat expression as stated in the book by Hayes and Probstein [18], in which real gas effects, vorticity behind the detached shock, andCited by: 6. The study, funded through a contract with the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) in Hampton, Virginia, also explores mission-vehicle-technology solution space mapping for future hypersonic civil aircraft.