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Reusable LH2 tank technology demonstration through ground test

Reusable LH2 tank technology demonstration through ground test

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

    Subjects:
  • Composite structures.,
  • Cryogenic fluid storage.,
  • Ground tests.,
  • Liquid hydrogen.,
  • Prototypes.,
  • Reuse.,
  • Storage tanks.,
  • Technology utilization.,
  • Thermal protection.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC. Bianca, H.S. Greenberg, G.E. Johnson.
    SeriesNASA TM -- 111115., NASA technical memorandum -- 111115.
    ContributionsGreenberg, H. S., Johnson, S. E., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15420554M

      Because of potential mass savings relative to aluminum tanks, composite cryogenic propellant tanks are considered a key structural technology for future launch systems. As noted above, previously, only the DC-XA had flown such a composite cryogenic tank, for the LH2   Both providers attempting to fly crew test flights before the end of SpaceX schedule depends on resolving test anomalies. Both providers have abort tests and parachute tests plus other work to complete. ISS program has established Soyuz seats through if

    Hydrogen Aircraft Technology discusses the potential of hydrogen for subsonic, supersonic, and hypersonic applications. Designs with sample configurations of aircraft for all three speed categories are presented, in addition to performance comparisons to equivalent designs for aircraft using conventional kerosine-type fuel and configurations   Specific technology objectives of the X space vehicle include: demonstrate a reusable cryogenic tank system, including the tanks for liquid hydrogen (LH2) and liquid oxygen (LOX), cryogenic insulation, and an integrated thermal protection system (TPS)

    deemed the Ground Operations Demonstration Unit for Liquid Hydrogen (GODU-LH2) that utilized IRAS technology [13]. Shown in figure 1, this system was tested throughout , and represented a fold increase in volumetric scale compared to the previously mentioned FSEC effort. LH. 2. was   The total amount required for a full-duration test was million gallons. The water augmentation effort consisted of constructing an additional million gallon ground level water tank and piping it to the deflector plate and spray chamber supply line which was already fed by an existing million gallon ground-level


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The paper presents the project plan to demonstrate, by Marchthe reusability of an integrated composite LH2 tank structure, cryogenic insulation, and thermal protection system (TPS). The plan includes establishment of design requirements and a comprehensive trade study to select the most suitable Reusable Hydrogen Composite Tank system (RHCTS) within the most suitable of 4 candidate B/abstract.

Reusable LH2 tank technology demonstration through ground test. By C. Bianca, and stress simulation and test requirements necessary in an 8 foot diameter tank structure/insulation/TPS test article.

A comprehensive development test program supports the 8 foot test article development and involves the composite tank itself, cryogenic Get this from a library.

Reusable LH2 tank technology demonstration through ground test. [C Bianca; H S Greenberg; S E Johnson; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]   This paper presented CNES past and current activity in the frame of reusable launchers technology and demonstration.

In past years CNES dedicated quite an effort to system investigation, technology and demonstration activity linked to totally or partially reusable launch systems, using LOX/LH2 or LOX/LCH4 for the main :// Space Station regenerative life support risk mitigation through microgravity flight experiment demonstrations.

Test techniques providing impacts at velocities between 7 and 14 km/sec. Reusable LH2 tank technology demonstration through ground :// the current status and plan of technology demonstration tests. Key Words: Reusable Sounding Rocket, LOX/LH2 Rocket Engine, Design Concept, Technology Demonstration Plan 1.

Introduction For the sustainable space development in the future, the drastic cost reduction of space transportation system is a major :// Payoff to the Air Force includes reduced cost of manufacturing fuel tanks that are light, reliable, and reusable.

(U) Conformable Propellant Tank: Design, fabricate, test, and integrate into a   This book assesses whether the technology development, test and analysis programs in propulsion and materials-related technologies are properly constituted to provide the information required to support a December decision to build the X, a technology demonstrator vehicle; and suggest, as appropriate, necessary changes in these programs   † The Cryogenic Propellant Storage and Transfer Technology Demonstration mission is being reformulated into a ground test activity.

† The Technology Maturation Phase of the mission was highly successful in raising the maturity of key technologies to reduce the risk of developing these systems for a flight demonstration. Advancements were Solutions to thermal insulation problems were demonstrated for the Space Shuttle External Tank (ET) through extensive testing at the Cryogenics Test Laboratory.

Demonstration testing was performed using a 1/10th scale ET LH2 intertank unit and liquid helium as the coolant to   In order to demonstrate the viability of a titanium sandwich constructed propellant tank, a technology demonstration program was conducted including the design, fabrication and testing of a propellant tank-TPS system.

The tank was tested in controlled as well as ambient environments representing ground hold conditions for a RLV main propellant   recover and reuse future operational reusable first stages. The technology performances will be linked with operational and ground Segment for CNES, Aeroscience and active during al phases have to the compromise of the LOX tank being located above the LH2 tank Around tons of Reusable Launch Vehicle Tank/Intertank Sizing Trade Study.

through the tank walls continues to be an unresolved. the LH2 tank is much wider at the base ://   Simulated flight tank The simulated flight tank is planned to be a Centaur III structural test article.

The Centaur tank is a common bulkhead LOX and LH2 tank and has external foam insulation. It is undetermined whether the LOX or LH2 tank will be the one used for the ://   Adequate system-level technology demonstration will greatly reduce the cost and risk of the goals.

The demonstrator consists of RP-1, LO2, and LH2 tanks, propellant feed system, health management, tank support structure, and thrust structure. These components are installed into a fully integrated ground test facility which will provide   To meet the design goal for lightweighting the next-generation launch vehicles, carbon fiber reinforced polymeric-based composites are being explored for cryogenic fuel tank applications.

The applications of carbon fiber composites in liquid hydrogen (LH2) and liquid oxygen (LOX) fuel tanks were introduced in this chapter. The materials, processing, and design of DC-XA LH2 tank, X LH2 tank   handling liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen for the X Reusable Launch Vehicle program Figure 1 shows the X LH2 propellant densification skid at a NASA test facility.

The unit was designed to process gpm of densified LH2. Different approaches and alternative cryogenic systems were similarly proposed by others in the   Following the LH2 tank ‘safing’, the ~10 mT of residual LO2 is transferred from Centaur’s LO2 tank to Centaur’s LH2 tank for long duration storage.

Technology Development and   Reusable Launch Vehicle: Technology Development and Test Program. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / will satisfy reusability requirements and to provide a database comparable to the database designed for the alloy tank-flight and ground test articles in the DC-XA program.

This book assesses whether   Implement a long term plan to upgrade or develop ground test facilities in conjunction with program test requirements Integrated Airframe Structures & Cryogenic Tanks Development Roadmap Technology Fundamental High Temperature Materials  › 百度文库 › 行业资料. A cryogenic tank made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) shell with aluminum thin liner has been designed as a liquid hydrogen (LH2) tank for an ISAS reusable launch vehicle, and the The tank showed leakage with subsequent damage, so-called “cryopumping”.

The failure contributed to the complete termination of the vehicle development program. Northrop Grumman and NASA later completed a nine-month test series to demonstrate a composite cryogenic tank filled with LH2 Issues of reliability and risks of flight test provide insight into implementing future pro- gram structure.

The X Advanced Technology Dem- onstrator and X Testbed Technology Demonstration vehicle will engage the primary issues of mass fraction, propulsion performance, flyability, structures, TPS, and operations (both ground and flight)