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  • 1
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    Publication Date: 2018-06-08
    Keywords: Lunar and Planetary Science and Exploration
    Type: Looking at EAP Intervention Techniques; Vancouver, British Columbia; Canada
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    Publication Date: 2018-06-08
    Keywords: Lunar and Planetary Science and Exploration
    Type: Looking at EAP Intervention Techniques; Vancouver, British Columbia; Canada
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    Publication Date: 2013-08-31
    Description: Variations in cavity wall and injection configurations of the gas core reactor were aimed at establishing flow patterns that give a maximum of the nuclear criticality eigenvalue. Correlation with the nuclear effect was made using multigroup diffusion theory normalized by previous benchmark critical experiments. Air was used to simulate the hydrogen propellant in the flow tests, and smoked air, argon, or Freon to simulate the central nuclear fuel gas. Tests were run both in the down-firing and upfiring directions. Results showed that acceptable flow patterns with volume fraction for the simulated nuclear fuel gas and high flow rate ratios of propellant to fuel can be obtained. Using a point injector for the fuel, good flow patterns are obtained by directing the outer gas at high velocity long the cavity wall, using louvered injection schemes. Recirculation patterns were needed to stabilize the heavy central gas when different gases are used.
    Keywords: NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
    Type: ANCR-1118 , NASA-CR-121191
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    Publication Date: 2013-08-31
    Description: Propellant gases emitted by attitude control systems such as SPARCS (Solar Pointing Aerobee Rocket Control System) and possible interference with experiments aboard the payloads are discussed. The optical properties of seven actual and potential gases emitted by propellant systems (CF4, N2H4, NH3, N2, CO2, Ar, and He) are presented. A compilation of absorption coefficients from 1 Angstrom to 50 microns and a summary of fluorescent spectra and efficiencies are provided. Since Freon-14 (CF4) is of primary importance to SPARCS, an experimental search for the fluorescent spectrum of CF4 was performed by exciting the gas with 920 Angstrom UV photons. The result was compared with an electron impact induced spectrum of CF4, and conclusions drawn about the nature of the radiating species. A detailed study of the CF4 flow fields and plume densities for typical SPARCS controlled payloads was made using gas dynamic codes which included the effects of vehicle shading and condensation. The importance of the optical properties of CF4 plumes was investigated and it is concluded that absorption is negligible but fluoresence may be significant in some cases.
    Keywords: THERMODYNAMICS AND COMBUSTION
    Type: NASA-CR-114508
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    Publication Date: 2013-08-31
    Description: Manufacturing engineering research at Marshall Space Flight Center
    Keywords: MACHINE ELEMENTS AND PROCESSES
    Type: RES. ACHIEVEMENTS REV., VOL. 2 1968 (SEE N69-18059 07-34)
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    Publication Date: 2013-08-31
    Description: A program was performed to address the mechanical and environmental needs of Stirling engine heater head and regenerator housing components, while reducing the dependence on strategic materials. An alloy was developed which contained no strategic elemental additions per se. The base is iron with additions of manganese, molybdenum, carbon, silicon, niobium, and ferro-chromium. Such an alloy should be producible on a large scale at very low cost. The resulting alloy, designated as NASAUT 4G-Al, contained 15 Mn, 15 Cr, 2 Mo, 1.5 C, 1.0 Si, 1.0 Nb (in weight percent) with a balance of Fe. This alloy was optimized for chemistry, based upon tensile strength, creep-rupture strength, fracture behavior, and fatigue resistance up to 800 C. Alloys were also tested for environmental compatibility. The microstructure and mechanic properties (including hardness) were assessed in the as-cast condition and following several heat treatments, including one designed to simulate a required braze cycle. The alloy was fabricated and characterized in the form of both equiaxed and columnar-grained castings. The columnar grains were produced by directional solidification, and the properties were characterized in both the longitudinal and transverse orientations. The NASAUT 4G-Al alloy was found to be good in cyclic-oxidation resistance and excellent in both hydrogen and hot-corrosion resistance, especially in comparison to the baseline XF-818 alloy. The mechanical properties of yield strength, stress-rupture life, high-cycle-fatigue resistance, and low-cycle-fatigue resistance were good to excellent in comparison to the current alloy for this application, HS-31 (X-40), with precise results depending in a complex manner on grain orientation and temperature. If required, the ductility could be improved by lowering the carbon content.
    Keywords: METALLIC MATERIALS
    Type: NASA-CR-185174 , DOE/NASA/0282-1 , R89-917447-32 , NAS 1.26:185174
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    Publication Date: 2017-07-01
    Description: Microorganism growth supporting or biocidal properties of spacecraft paint coatings
    Keywords: BIOSCIENCES
    Type: NASA-CR-113798
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    Publication Date: 2017-07-01
    Description: Investigating spacecraft coatings for resistance to growth of microorganisms
    Keywords: MATERIALS, NONMETALLIC
    Type: NASA-CR-111524
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    Publication Date: 2006-10-26
    Description: Voltage controlled oscillator noise measurement and optimum tracking filters
    Keywords: COMMUNICATIONS
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-17
    Description: The paper describes an image data processing system (IDAPS), its hardware/software configuration, and interactive and batch modes of operation for the analysis of the Skylab/Apollo Telescope Mount S056 X-Ray Telescope experiment data. Interactive IDAPS is primarily designed to provide on-line interactive user control of image processing operations for image familiarization, sequence and parameter optimization, and selective feature extraction and analysis. Batch IDAPS follows the normal conventions of card control and data input and output, and is best suited where the desired parameters and sequence of operations are known and when long image-processing times are required. Particular attention is given to the way in which this system has been used in solar astronomy and other investigations. Some recent results obtained by means of IDAPS are presented.
    Keywords: COMPUTER SYSTEMS
    Type: Applied Optics; 16; Apr. 197
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