3 edition of Studies and analyses of the space shuttle main engine found in the catalog.
Studies and analyses of the space shuttle main engine
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-183586.|
|Contributions||Battelle Memorial Institute. Columbus Laboratories., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 55,  p.|
|Number of Pages||523|
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Mar 20, · NASA is considering dropping the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) from its heavy-lift launch vehicle plans and using the cheaper-to-manufacture RS engine instead. The National Launch System (or New Launch System) was a study authorized in by President George H. W. Bush to outline alternatives to the Space Shuttle for access to Earth orbit. Shortly thereafter, NASA asked Lockheed Missiles and Space, McDonnell Douglas, and TRW to perform a ten-month study.
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Studies and analyses of the space shuttle main engine technical report on high-pressure oxidizer turbopump failure information propagation model (SuDoc NAS ) [R.
Glover] on lestisserandsduquebec.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying lestisserandsduquebec.com: R. Glover. STUDIES AND ANALYSES OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE MAIN ENGINE Contract Number NASw FINAL REPORT INTRODUCTION The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has increasingly stressed condition monitoring and failure diagnostics as a major element of the Space Shuttle program.
Analysis of the Space Shuttle Main Engine. Introduction. The Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) is a high performance liquid rocket engine that is fueled with liquid hydrogen and uses liquid oxygen as an oxidizer.
It was the first large scale reusable liquid rocket, and can deliver an incredible MN of thrust at maximum operating power. Get this from a library. Studies and analyses of the space shuttle main engine: final report.
[A E Tischer; R C Glover; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. STUDIES AND ANALYSES OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE MAIN ENGINE Contract Number NASw Technical Report Covering SSME Failure Review, Diagnostics Survey, and SSME Diagnostic Evaluation SUMMARY Introduction The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently has shown increased interest in condition monitoring and failure diagnostics.
Studies and analyses of the space shuttle main engine: High-pressure oxidizer turbopump failure information propagation model By S. Rudy, R. Glover and A. Tischer AbstractAuthor: S. Rudy, R. Glover and A. Tischer. This book, the result of the committee's study, evaluates the safety, oversight, and management functions that are implemented currently in the Space Shuttle program to ensure that the software is of the highest quality possible.
Numerous recommendations are made regarding safety and management procedures. THE ENGINE The Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) (Figure 1) is a high chamber pressure (over 3, pounds per square inch) rocket engine that burns liquid oxygen (LOX) and liquid hydrogen (LH2) at a mixture ratio of 6 pounds of LOX for every pound of LH2.
It. The Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) was designed for 55 missions. The engines were generally referred to as the center (engine 1), left (engine 2), and right (engine 3). The SSMEs were 14 feet long and feet in diameter at the nozzle exit. Each nozzle had an area ratio of Each SSME weighed.
A main engine controller wire short-circuited 5 s into the launch of the shuttle Columbia during mission STS, causing a loss of redundancy to two of the three main shuttle engines. The short circuit occurred when vibrations caused an energized wire bundle, which had unknowingly been mechanically damaged previously, to make contact with an adjacent screw that had an area of raised base metal Author: Steven J.
McDanels. The Aerojet Rocketdyne RS, also known as the Space Shuttle main engine, is a liquid-fuel cryogenic rocket engine that was used on NASA's Space Shuttle. NASA is planning to continue using the RS on the Space Shuttle's successor, the Space Launch System.
Designed and manufactured in the United States by Rocketdyne, the RS burns cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants, with Associated L/V: Space Shuttle, Space Launch System.
A main engine controller wire short-circuited 5 s into the launch of the shuttle Columbia during mission STS, causing a loss of redundancy to two of the three main shuttle engines. The short circuit occurred when vibrations caused an energized wire bundle, which had unknowingly been mechanically damaged previously, to make contact with an.
Studies and analyses of the space shuttle main engine: technical report covering SSME failure data review, diagnostic survey, and SSME diagnostic evaluation Author: R C Glover ; B A Kelley ; A E Tischer ; George C.
Marshall Space Flight Center. The primary studies include: the analysis of the turnaround duct/hot gas manifold/transfer tubes (fuel side) of the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME); the analysis of the LOX-T manifold (oxidizer side) of the SSME; the analysis of hydrogen accumulation in the Vandeburg flame trench; and modification of the Intel/VT systems to accommodate the EADS and PLOT 3D.
Contains never-before published failure analysis case studies contributed by experts from around the world.
Contents: Aircraft, Electrical Equipment Fasteners, Ground Transportation, High Temperature, Miscellaneous, Non-Metallic Materials, Process Equipment, Rotating Equipment. ESAS Cost Analysis Context Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) in-line vehicle with a Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) upper stage.
Shuttle-derived in-line Heavy-Lift Launch Vehicles (HLLVs) were also found to be • Probabilistic cost risk analysis performed later in the study verified that this reserve.
This is a final report on an analysis of the Space Shuttle Main Engine Program, a digital simulator code written in Fortran. The research was undertaken in ultimate support of future design studies of a shuttle life-extending Intelligent Control System (ICS).Author: John T.
Welch and J. Alex Deabreu-Garcia. The primary objectives were to: evaluate ways to maximize the information yield from the current Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) condition monitoring sensors. The Space Shuttle Main Engine is a staged combustion cycle engine that burns a mixture of gaseous hydrogen and liquid oxygen.
The identifying feature of a staged combustion engine is that most of the fuel flow (except for a small coolant flow) and a small amount of the oxidizer flow are “preburned” in a preburner at an extremely fuel-rich.
Jan 01, · Way Station to Space: A History of the John C. Stennis Space Center - Covering the Mississippi Test Facility, Apollo, Saturn V, STS Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME), and Challenger Accident by U.S.
Government, Spaceflight News (WSN), World, et al. | Mar 11. A study is being conducted for NASA on potential diagnostic system improvements to the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME).
This paper reports midterm progress including: (1) the results of a failure mode review identifying key diagnostic needs; (2) the results of a survey of diagnostic techniques that might be applied to the SSME; and (3) application to the SSME of a Battelle developed tool (the Cited by: 1.Analysis of the Space Shuttle Main Engine Introduction The Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) is a high performance liquid rocket engine that is fueled with liquid hydrogen and uses liquid oxygen as an oxidizer.
It was the first large scale reusable liquid rocket, and can deliver an incredible MN of thrust at maximum operating power.The primary avionics software system (PASS) is the mission-critical on-board data processing system for NASA's space shuttle fleet.
In flight, all shuttle control activities—including main engine throttling, directing control jets to turn the vehicle in a different orientation, firing the engines, or providing guidance commands for landing—are performed manually or automatically with this.