3 edition of Oil-flow study of a spce shuttle orbiter tip-fin controller found in the catalog.
Oil-flow study of a spce shuttle orbiter tip-fin controller
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Statement||Vernon T. Helms III|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 86276|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Oil-flow study of a spce shuttle orbiter tip-fin controller. [V T Helms; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.]. Oil-flow study of a space shuttle orbiter tip-fin controller / By V. (Vernon T.) Helms and Langley Research Center.
Abstract "December "Prepared at Langley Research es bibliographical references (p. 6).Mode of access: Internet. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics Vol. 5, No. 4 July Evaluation of the aerodynamic control of the Space Shuttle orbiter and tip-fin controllers R.
POWELL andCited by: 5. The Space Shuttle orbiter was the size of a small jet airliner, and is still by far the largest spacecraft ever launched into orbit. Its main engines were used only during launch. It also had a complex system of secondary thrusters and maneuvering engines that allowed it to move around in orbit.
A space shuttle orbiter was a type of low-orbit spacecraft developed on Earth by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States of America. The Enterprise (OV) was the prototype orbiter for the space shuttle system.
The launch system used by the first vessels constructed of this model consisted of an orbiter vehicle, an external liftoff tank, and two rocket boosters Active: ss. Rausch, J.R., General Dynamics Convair Division, "Space Shuttle Orbiter Rear Mounted Reaction Control System Jet Interaction Study," MayReport No.
CASD-NSC Polhamus, E.C., "Effect of Flow Incidence and Reynolds Number on Low Speed Aerodynamic Characteristics of Several Noncirculari Cylinders with Application to Directional.
Credit: NASA/JSC Explains the Space Shuttle Transportation System in general, including the main components, the Orbiter, and the external tank and solid rocket boosters. It. Orbiter. Once in space, the shuttle orbiter is your home for seven to 14 days.
The orbiter can be oriented so that the cargo bay doors face toward the Earth or away from the Earth depending upon the mission objectives; in fact, the orientation can be changed throughout the mission.
ORBITER MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY The structures of the orbiter were manufactured at various companies under contract to Rockwell International's Space Transportation Systems Division, Downey, Calif.
The upper and lower forward fuselage, crew compartment, forward reaction control system and aft fuselage were manufactured at Rockwell's Space Transportation Systems Division.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Boeing and the space shuttle program inspired the world to wonder just how far space travel would go. Space Shuttle Orbiter. from Space Shuttle News Reference (NASA), p Orbiter Structures.
from Space Shuttle News Reference (NASA), p Dimensions of the Orbiter Vehicle. from Space Shuttle News Reference (NASA), p Forward Fuselage (crew module and structure) from Space Shuttle News Reference (NASA), p Crew Module Layout. from. The Space Shuttle Orbiter is a combination spacecraft and aircraft which can remain in orbit from 7 to 30 d and also fly horizontally and land on existing commercial airport runways.
The vehicle utilizes gimballing of the main rocket engines for control during ascent and typical aerodynamic surfaces. The space shuttle is a unique lifting body in that it is a high-tech glider. Basic Structure The space shuttle is made up of four parts: an orbiter (the shuttle itself), two solid rocket boosters (both reusable) and one external fuel tank (which is not reusable).
This space craft is launched in an upright position attached to the 2 solid rocket. Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to describe the Space Shuttle Orbiter manual command augmentation (CAS) control law. The paper addresses the configuration as presently baselined for the approach/land test (ALT) program.
The requirements and problems associated with the ALT CAS control mode as well as the design/analysis approach used with it are representative of those associated with. This contract (NAS ) titled "Space Shuttle Auxiliary Propulsion System Design Study" was under the technical direction of Mr.
Darrell Kendrick, Propulsion and Power Division, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. As originally defined, this design study was a five phase program considering only oxygen and hydrogen propellants. ENTRY FLIGHT CONTROL The Space Shuttle entry (FCS) flight control system is required to return the vehicle safely 4 through a combination of flight conditions to which no other vehicle has been ex~osed; the range of dynamic pressure is from 0 to 3no (psf) pou~ds per square foot; the range of angle-of-attack is from 40 to 10 deprees; and the.
Orbiter Vehicles America's fleet of Space Shuttle orbiters are named after pioneering sea vessels which established new frontiers in research and exploration.
NASA delved through the history books to find ships which achieved historical significance through discoveries about. The Space Shuttle Orbiter vehicle employs two earth storable bipropellant propulsion subsystems to provide orbit maneuvering and vehicle attitude control.
Respectively, these are the Orbit Maneuvering Subsystem (OMS) and the Reaction Control Subsystem (RCS).The OMS provides the. The Orbiter: The Orbiter is both the brains and heart of the Space Transportation System. About the same size and weight as a DC-9 aircraft, the Orbiter contains the pressurized crew compartment (which can normally carry up to seven crew members), the huge cargo bay, and the three main engines mounted on its aft end.
Automatica, Vol. 13, pp. Pergamon Press, Printed in Great Britain Shuttle Orbiter Guidance System for the Terminal Flight Phase* H.
L. EHLERSt and J. W. KRAEMER~ During the terminal atmospheric flight phase, the Space Shuttle orbiter is an unpowered glide vehicle, but the automatic guidance system controls energy, flight path, and heading to align the orbiter for a safe .An illustration of an open book.
Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Aerodynamic design of the space shuttle orbiter Item Preview remove-circle Trim capability and stability and control characteristics are discussed at critical regions in the entry trajectory.
Methods are.The Space Congress® Proceedings (8th) Vol. 1 Technology Today And Tomorrow Apr 1st, AM Attitude Control and Orbit Maneuver System Selection for the Space Shuttle Dali F.
Stone Project Propulsion Engineer, McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company - East Edward C. Fox Project Propulsion Engineer, Martin Marietta Corporation - Denver.