3 edition of KC-135 flight testing of void fraction capacitance probe for microgravity two-phase flow found in the catalog.
KC-135 flight testing of void fraction capacitance probe for microgravity two-phase flow
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Frederick R. Best.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-206175.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Get this from a library. KC flight testing of void fraction capacitance probe for microgravity two-phase flow: under NASA JSC grant: NAG [Frederick R Best; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Subsequently, Valota et al. () conducted a visualized experiment to collect the void fraction signal of R vapor-liquid two-phase flow in a vertical pipe with diameter of mm under. Full text of "Third Microgravity Fluid Physics Conference" See other formats.
Void fraction profiles adjacent to a vertical wall cm wide and cm high were measured during nucleate boling. The experiments were conducted in saturated water at 1 atm pressure. Full text of "Microgravity Science and Applications. Program Tasks and Bibliography for FY " See other formats. MICROGRAVITY TWO-PHASE FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER THE SPACE TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY Published jointly by Microcosm Press and Springer An Introduction to Mission Design for Geostationary Satellites, J.
Pocha Space Mission Analysis and Design, 1st edition, James R. Wertz and Wiley J. Larson ∗ Space Mission Analysis and Design, 2nd edition, Wiley J. Larson and James R. Wertz ∗. NAS Compact Diode-Laser-Based Inlet and Exhaust Mass-Flow Flight Instrument Physical Sciences, Inc.
20 New England Business Center Andover, MA Mark G. Allen () Abstract. Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Technology for large space systems: A bibliography with indexes (supplement 22)" See other formats. Two-phase flow measurements with advanced instrumented spool pieces.
SciTech Connect. Turnage, K.C. A series of two-phase, air-water and steam-water tests performed with instrumented piping spool pieces is described. The behavior of the three-beam densitometer, turbine meter, and drag flowmeter is discussed in terms of two-phase models.
Results from application of some two-phase. A low gravity experimental set up was designed and flown onboard the NASA/KC airplane. Some results of this experimental effort are presented. The cooling liquid for these experiments was liquid nitrogen.
The boiling phenomenon was investigated in this case using flow visualization techniques as well as recording wall temperatures. HYBRID FLOATING BRUSH SEAL FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE HIGH TEMPERATURE ADVANCED GAS TURBINE APPLICATIONS Abstract: The present proposal offers the possibility of a technological jump in the use of Brush Seals, which in themselves represent a novel technology presently being incorporated in the new generation of jet engines.
multiphase heat transfer. R.I. Borja (Ed.): Multiscale and Multiphysics Processes in Geomechanics, SSGG, pp. 29– c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 30 A. Niemunis and F. Prada 2 FROM 1D TO 3D HYSTERETIC MODEL The hysteretic relation between stress and strain is not unique. Unique stresses are obtained at the reversals of the strain path only.
Investigations of a similar formation of F aircraft and a dissimilar formation of a lead KC aircraft and a trail F aircraft were conducted. The analyses determined the effects of varying airspeed on the optimal position. In addition, flight control surface deflections were taken into account during the analyses.