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Airbreathing hypersonic systems focus at NASA Langley Research Center
by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, [National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||James L. Hunt and Vincent L. Rausch.|
|Series||NASA/TM -- 207982., NASA technical memorandum -- 207982.|
|Contributions||Rausch, Vincent L., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
This White Paper examines the current state of Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion at the NASA Langley Research Center and the factors influencing this area of work and its personnel. Hypersonic airbreathing engine (scramjet) powered vehicles are being considered to replace conventional rocket-powered launch systems. Abstract The NASA Langley Research Center .
Ernest “Ernie” A. Mackley Ernie graduated from the University of Colorado and was employed in at NACA/NASA Langley Research Center as a research engineer in the High Speed Research Division. He conducted high-speed inlet research in the Gas Dynamics Branch prior to being assigned to the Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion Branch (HAPB. Performance Analysis of Hypersonic Vehicle. NASA Langley research center on dif ferent. Advanced airbreathing propulsion systems used .
This paper presents the status of the airbreathing hypersonic airplane and space-access vision-operational-vehicle design matrix, with emphasis on horizontal takeoff and landing systems being studied at Langley; it reflects the synergies and issues, and indicates the thrust of the effort to resolve the design matrix including Mach 5 to 10 airplanes with global Cited by: 7. FSLaRC: Wind Tunnels at NASA Langley Research Center. The first major U.S. Government wind tunnel became operational in and was located at the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), which became NASA Langley Research Center in This wind tunnel was crude when compared to the tunnels used at NASA Langley .
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Books. AIAA Education Series; Library of Flight; Airbreathing hypersonic systems focus at NASA Langley Research Center. James Hunt and Vincent Rausch; James Hunt. NASA, Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA. Advancingtechnologyfromthelaboratory envi- ronment to the flight environment is being emphasized throughout the agency; hypersonic systems technology is at a readiness level that accommodates such endeav- ors as reflected by the Hyper-X Program to flight test an airframe integrated scramjet research vehicle at Mach 7 and 10 (ref.
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[James L Hunt; Vincent L Rausch; United States. This White Paper examines the current state of Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion at the NASA Langley Research Center and the factors influencing this area of work and its personnel. Using this knowledge, the paper explores beyond the present day and suggests future directions and strategies for the field.
Abstract The NASA Langley Research Center has been,conducting,research,for over,4 decades,to develop,technology,for an airbreathing-propelled vehicle.
Airbreathing Hypersonic Systems Focus at NASA Langley Research Center. By James L. Hunt and Vincent L. Rausch. Abstract. This paper presents the status of the airbreathing hypersonic airplane and space-access vehicle design matrix, reflects on the synergies and issues, and indicates the thrust of the effort to resolve the design matrix and to Cited by: 9.
NASA Langley to develop various analytical, computational, and experimental design tools and their application in the development of future hypersonic airbreathing vehicles.
The main focus of this paper is on the hypersonic airbreathing propulsion technology. Introduction The NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) has an ongoing research program for over 4 decades to Cited by: Those research aircraft considered in the first group were often aimed specifically at a parti cular class of application.
Recent examples would be the NASA Hypersonic Research Facilities Study (HYFAC) proposal, the NASA Langley Hypersonic Research Aircraft (HRA), and the Air Force's Mach 3 to S Flight Test Size: 9MB. Langley Research Center. Langley Research Center.
Media Resources. STEM Engagement. SAND Drone Competition. Langley Celebrates Apollo 50th. Additional Links. Frequently Asked Questions. Maps & Directions. Katherine Johnson. Langley Centennial Site.
Annual Report Recaps Langley’s Innovation, Discoveries and Exploration in Originally, NASA Langley Research Center analyzed a rigid-body model for an AHV with winged-cone accelerator configuration through simulations.
After normalizing by the vehicle span to unit depth, Bolender et al. derived a comprehensive truth model (TM) by Author: Zian Cheng, Fuyang Chen, Jingxiu Gong. To supplement this hypersonic-propulsion program, via an external- partnership agreement, the NASA-FAP Hypersonics Project conducted a series of ground tests using the Langley Research Center 8-Foot High Temperture Tunnel Facility (8’HHT).
These tests concluded in September File Size: 4MB. The Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion Branch at NASA Langley Research Center has maintained an active supersonic combustion ramjet (scramjet) research program since the early days of the formation of NASA in The main focus of this program has been to develop and to demonstrate the technology required for application of an airbreathing.
levels, in the 8’ High Temperature Tunnel at NASA Langley Research Center. Combining this efﬁcient high-speed propulsion technology with appropriate choices for the remaining propulsion modes is the key to creating an efﬁcient conﬁguration for HTO SSTO.
Introduction Reference Vehicle - ABLV Study In the performance of a system study for con-File Size: KB. NASA's Langley Research Center was the initial home of the first astronauts, the Mercury 7. Now Langley is working to design and test a new launch abort system for the next generation space capsules.
Langley is known for solving. The Hypersonic Facilities Complex, originally named the Gas Dynamics Laboratory, was the NACA’s earliest installation with multiple hypersonic wind tunnels. The various tunnels utilized air and, later, specific gasses, particularly helium and nitrogen, to investigate aerodynamic and aerothermodynamic problems in flight regimes above the speed Center: Langley Research Center.
Propulsion-Airframe Integration Test Techniques for Hypersonic Airbreathing Configurations at Langley Research Center (invited) David Witte, Lawrence Huebner, Carl Trexler, Karen Cabell and Earl Andrews; David Witte.
NASA Langley Research Center. Hypersonic airbreathing missile concepts under study at NASA LangleyResearch Center. CUBBAGE, J. DILLON, C. RICHIE, D. MARCUM, JR. and C.
CARLSON; J. HUNT. NASA, Langley Research Center, High-Speed Aerodynamics Div., Hampton, VA Propulsion-Airframe Integration Test Techniques for Hypersonic Airbreathing Configurations at Langley. NASA Langley to develop various analytical, computational, and experimental design tools and their application in the development of future hypersonic airbreathing vehicles.
The main focus of this paper is on the hypersonic airbreathing propulsion technology. Introduction The NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) has an ongoing research program for over 4 decades to. Within the HIA, are six projects: Airframe Research and Technology, Propulsion Research and Technology, Systems Analysis, Rocket Based Combined Cycles Propulsion, Revolutionary Turbine Accelerators, and Hypersonic Demonstrators.
The focus herein is the Airframe Research and Technology project. aerodynamic heating dominates the physics of the problem. Typically this is Mach 5 and higher. Hypersonics is an engineering science with close links to supersonics and engine design.
Within this field, many of the most important results have been experimental. Review of NASA's Hypersonic Research Engine Project. NASA, Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA. Search for more papers by this author and ERNEST MACKLEY Propulsion-Airframe Integration Test Techniques for Hypersonic Airbreathing Configurations at Langley Research Center (invited).INTRODUCTION The Systems Analysis Office (SAO/Hypersonic Vehicle Office) at NASA Langley Research Center provides evaluation, analysis and design of hypersonic airbreathing vehicles for both industry and govern- ment.
The NASA Langley Scramjet Test Complex. and Experimental Characterization of the Mach 6 Facility Nozzle Flow for the Enhanced Injection and Mixing Project at NASA Langley Research Center.
5 January Testing of Refractory Composites for Scramjet Combustors Propulsion-Airframe Integration Test Techniques for Hypersonic Airbreathing.