3 edition of Rarefied gas effects on aerobraking/reentry vehicles with wakes found in the catalog.
Rarefied gas effects on aerobraking/reentry vehicles with wakes
by Remtech, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Huntsville, AL], [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
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|Other titles||Rarefied gas effects on aerobraking reentry vehicles with wakes.|
|Statement||prepared by Amolak C. Jain.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-196586.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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by an Aerobraking Space Transfer Vehicle based at the Space Station. The senior class in the Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Department at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University engaged in the design of such a cost efficient, manned/unmanned transfer vehicle that would support Size: 4MB. MHD Aerobraking and Thermal Protection Part I: Introduction Posted on Febru by Jonathan Goff I’ve been meaning to write for a while about a rather fascinating, but not very well known, area of research that I think might have significant implications for .
The three volumes of Rarefied Gas Dynamicis contain technical papers presented in 44 sessions at the Eighteenth International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, which took place at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July , Hundreds of figures accompany the reviewed and revised by: In this book, the earlier attempts at the solution of the highly nonlinear Navier-Stokes equations are extended to the aerothermodynamics of flow in the hypersonic regime, including the effects of viscosity on the physical and chemical processes of high-temperature nonequilibrium flow at very high speeds, such as vibrational excitation.
Simulation of the reentry capsule descent into the atmosphere requires accurate definition of dimensionless aerodynamic coefficients. Newtonian impact theory is widely used for their approximate determination. This method is consistent with experimental data for hypersonic speeds and a rarefied environment [45, 46]. Rarefied Gas Dynamics Rarefied Gas Dynamics Muntz, E P Rarefied gas dynam ics is a d iverse field, encompassing, for example, highÂ altitude hypersonic flow fields, the reflective and reactive characteristics of gases interacting with solid and l iquid surfaces, energy-transfer phenomena in molecular collisions, aerosol d ynamics, cluster formation and .
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The astronauts were supposed to fly in the bay of an ASTV or AFE. This problem of thermal environment on the bay of the vehicle becomes important to ensure the safety of the astronauts. A computer code based on the full Navier-Stokes equations with surface slip.
Get this from a library. Rarefied gas effects on aerobraking/reentry vehicles with wakes. [Amolak C Jain; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. aerobraking vehicles (aotv, astv and vehicles to mars) are going to make several passes and dip low in the transitional regime in order to achieve the desired reduction in velocity.
EVEN AT THE LOWEST POINT OF THE TRAJECTORY, SURFACE-SLIP EFFECTS PERSIST AND REAL-GAS EFFECTS DUE TO NONEQUILIBRIUM DISSOCIATION AND IONIZATION SIGNIFICANTLY ALTER THE FLOW STRUCTURE. The impact of the rarefied gas effects on the applicability of the electromagnetic flow control system for aerobraking flight of the reentry vehicle is investigated by trajectory analyses.
In this paper we investigate rarefied gas effects on orbiting high area-to-mass spacecraft. Recent advances in miniaturisation enable the fabrication of such spacecraft, with sensing, computing and communication capabilities within to the dimensions of a single by: 7.
Rarefied Gas Effects on the Magnetic Flow Control System for Aerobraking Flight of the Reentry Vehicle. Hirotaka Otsu, Hiroshi Katsurayama, Takashi Abe and; Detlev Konigorski; PDL Magnetohydrodynamics for Reentry and Hypersonic Flight • Monday, 22 June • hrs.
Description. The three volumes of Rarefied Gas Dynamics contain technical papers presented in 44 sessions at the Eighteenth International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, which took place at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British. To investigate the electrodynamic aerobraking in a hypersonic rarefied regime, the electromagnetic flow control on a reentry Hayabusa-shape capsule entering a pure nitrogen atmosphere is.
The unlatched configuration was a serious problem because Mars Global Surveyor will use an aerobraking phase much like that used to circularize the orbit of the Magellan spacecraft.
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This effect. Rarefied Gas Effects on Aerobraking and Reentry Vehicles with Wakes: REMTECH Inc. Charles Fuller, $, AL: N/A: MSFC: (SBIR ) Coupling of Unsteady Fluid Dynamics and Structures in Low-Density. The effects of changes in the surface temperature, ablation and pyrolysis mass fluxes, and the shape of the vehicle were not included in the analysis unless the user modified the MASCC input and re-ran the flowfield Size: KB.
Computation of weakly ionized hypersonic flows in thermochemical nonequilibrium. Real Gas Effects on a Planetary Re-entry Capsule. Stefano Bisceglia and Nonequilibrium effects on the aerothermodynamics of transatmosphericand aerobraking by: This book is the second edition of a successful, self-contained text for those students and readers interested in learning hypersonic flow and high-temperature gas dynamics.
Like the first edition, it assumes no prior familiarity with either subject on the part of the reader. A method to obtain coupled CFD-DSMC, 3-D flow field solutions for highly blunt bodies at low incidence is presented and applied to one concept of the Mars Sample Return Orbiter vehicle.
Therefore, the modified DsmcFoam can be used for investigation of the effect of counter flow jet on the vehicle aerodynamics and aerothermodynamics. New validation test cases from Von Karman gas dynamics facility (VKF) tunnel data of Apollo and blunt-cone re-entry geometries are studied via DsmcFoam in which a suitable agreement of results is Author: Mostafa Raeisi, Meysam Mohammadi-Amin, Ramin Zakeri.
Introduction. The DSMC Analysis Code (DAC) software is based on the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) computational technique of Bird for computing low-density hypersonic flows.
The need for this methodology is based on the fact that the Navier–Stokes equations yield poor approximations to the physics of gas dynamics for such flows, where the appropriate Cited by: Effects of solar panels on Aerodynamics of a small satellite with deployable aero-brake.
Author links open overlay panel S. Mungiguerra a G low-cost alternative to more conventional planetary re-entry vehicles. The main characteristic of these technologies is the low ballistic coefficient, which makes possible performing an atmospheric re Author: S.
Mungiguerra, G. Zuppardi, L. Spanò Cuomo, R. Savino. This study investigated the use of ballistic and "Double-Dip'' aerobraking reentry to return the Space Maneuver Vehicle (SMV) from geotransfer orbit in no more than two atmosphere passes. Lift and drag accelerations were applied to the two-body problem when either of their magnitudes exceeded 1/ : Benjamin M Berlin.
Effect of Rarefied Gas Dynamics on Response of Air Data Sensor System for Atmospheric Entry Vehicle Flying at High Altitudes Yasumasa Watanabe 1, Ryosuke Yano 1, Naohiko Honma 1, Yasunori Nagata 2, Kazuhiko Yamada 2, Kojiro Suzuki 1. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Cited by: Aerodynamics of Rarefied Gases a branch of the mechanics of gases in which their molecular structure must be taken into account in describing their motion.
The methods of the aerodynamics of rarefied gases are widely applied in the determination of aerodynamic heating during the landing of orbital craft and for low-flying earth satellites, for the.The principles of and procedures for implementing direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) are described.
Guidelines to inherent and external errors common in DSMC applications are provided. Three applications of DSMC to transitional and nonequilibrium flows are considered: rarefied atmospheric flows, growth of thin films, and microsystems.
Selected new, potentially important Cited by: