3 edition of Emittance measurements of space shuttle orbiter reinforced carbon-carbon found in the catalog.
Emittance measurements of space shuttle orbiter reinforced carbon-carbon
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Jose M. Caram, Stanley A. Bouslog, George R. Cunnington, Jr.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 3293., NASA technical paper -- 3293.|
|Contributions||Bouslog, Stanley A., Cunnington, George R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 23 p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
Mission STS was the th Space Shuttle launch. Planned to begin on Janu , the mission was delayed 18 times and eventually launched on Janu , following STS The Columbia Accident Investigation Board determined that this delay had nothing to do with the catastrophic failure. At Location: Over Texas and Louisiana. Orbiter Dimensions The forward fuselage is covered with reusable insulation, except for the six windshields, two overhead windows, and side hatch window areas around the forward RCS jets. The nose cap is also a reusable thermal protection system constructed of reinforced carbon-carbon with thermal barriers at the nose cap-structure interface.5/5(1).
HOUSTON – NASA officials will track launch debris with more detail than ever before during the liftoff of the space shuttle Discovery later this year as the agency pushes to return its orbiter. A breach in the thermal protection system: heat-resistant tiles, thermal blankets, and reinforced carbon-carbon. What is "foam shedding," and why didn't NASA see it as a serious problem? Chunks of insulating foam breaking off, and NASA did not see it as a serious problem as they had observed it so many times on orbiters that returned safely.
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High-temperature spectral emittance of ablation chars and carbon from to micrometers. The spectral and total normal emittance of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC) used on Space Shuttle nose cap and wing leading edges has been measured at room temperature and at surface temperatures of to K.
These measurements were made on virgin and two flown RCC : Jose M. Caram, Stanley A. Bouslog, George R. Cunnington. Get this from a library. Emittance measurements of Space Shuttle Orbiter Reinforced Carbon-Carbon. [Jose M Caram; Stanley A Bouslog; G R Cunnington; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.]. Emittance measurements of space shuttle orbiter reinforced carbon-carbon.
Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, December (OCoLC) The spectral and total normal emittance of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC) used on Space Shuttle Orbiter nose cap and wing leading edges has been measured at room temperature and at surface temperatures of to °K.
These measurements were made on virgin and two flown RCC samples. The spectral and total normal emittance of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC) used on Space Shuttle Orbiter nose-cap and wing leading edges has been measured at room temperature and at surface temperatures of to K.
These measurements were made on virgin and two flown RCC samples. Reinforced carbon-carbon is used on the wing leading edges; the nose cap, including an area immediately aft of the nose cap on the lower surface (chine panel); and the immediate area around the forward orbiter/external tank structural attachment.
RCC protects areas where temperatures exceed 2, F. This technical memorandum is an expanded version of AIAAAblation Analysis of the Shuttle Orbiter Oxidation-Protected Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC), presented at the sixth AIAAdASME Joint Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, June, Colorado Springs, Size: 2MB.
› Full Size. Reinforced Carbon-Carbon. Reinforced Carbon-Carbon is a lightweight heat-shielding material used on the wing leading edge and nose cap of the Shuttle. NASA Glenn researchers studied the material to gain a deeper understanding of how it.
The spectral and total normal emittance of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC) used on Space Shuttle Orbiter nose-cap and wing leading edges has been measured at room temperature and at surface. The spectral and total normal emittance of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon (RCC) used on Space Shuttle nose cap and wing leading edges has been measured at room temperature and at surface temperatures of to K.
These measurements. Space shuttle used reinforced carbon-carbon (RCC) on the wing leading edge, chin panel, ET arrowhead, and nose cap. It is a carbon fiber reinforcement in a graphite matrix. I'm not sure what you mean when you say tested.
I suppose each shuttle. that point, the agency used reinforced carbon-carbon. Tiles The background to the shuttle’s tiles lay in work dating to the early s at Lockheed Missiles & Space Company. A Lockheed patent disclosure provided the first description of a reusable insulation made of ceramic fibers for use as a re-entry vehicle heat shield.
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Temperature and Heat Flux Measurement on Hot Models in Short-Duration Facilities. Caram J. M., Bouslog S. and Cunnington G. J., “ Emittance Measurements of Space Shuttle Orbiter Reinforced Carbon-Carbon,” NASA TR, Google Scholar  Slobodkin L.
and Flyaks Y., “ Emissivity Measurement for a Carbon-Carbon Composite Cited by: 9. The highest re-entry heating areas of the NASA Space Shuttle are protected with a specially processed Reinforced Carbon–Carbon (RCC) material.
Both the wing leading edge and the nose-cap assembly are fabricated from the RCC material, see Fig. To begin fabrication of RCC material, a precursor woven fabric is layered such that all plies are Cited by: 9.
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NASA: Space Shuttle Discovery STS Launch The Space Program They included greater in-depth examination of Reinforced Carbon-Carbon panels that are used on the wing leading edges, plus.
the Orbiter was also built into original design requirements, which specified that the Thermal Protection System (the tiles and Reinforced Carbon-Carbon, or RCC, panels) would be built to withstand impacts with a kinetic energy less than foot-pounds. Such a small tolerance leaves the OrbiterFile Size: 1MB.That is about to change.
Although the Columbia accident was caused by debris shed from a reinforced carbon-carbon panel on the wing’s leading edge, the accident investigating board recommended, among other things, that NASA give the astronauts the capacity to perform “on orbit” repairs to the shuttle’s exterior, including its : Damond Benningfield.Space Shuttle Enterprise (Orbiter Vehicle Designation: OV) was the first orbiter of the Space Shuttle system.
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