5 edition of First NASA Aerospace Pyrotechnic Systems Workshop found in the catalog.
Proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the Pyrotechnically Actuated Systems Program, Office of Safety and Mission Quality, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C., and held at Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, June 9-10, 1992.Includes bibliographies.
|Statement||National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program|
|Publishers||National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||NASA conference publication -- 3169.|
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Jones, Jack; Zimmerman, Wayne; Wu, Jiunn Jenq; Badescu, Mircea; Sherrit, Stewart 2009-01-01 A proposed alternative design for the balloon-borne ground-sampling system described in the immediately preceding article would not rely on free fall to drive a harpoonlike sample-collecting device into the ground.
Interbartolo, Michael 2009-01-01 The Apollo Mission employs more than 210 pyrotechnic devices per mission.and cosponsored by Lyndon B. aerospace industry, and academia to develop advanced controls and health management technologies that will help meet these challenges through the concept of an Intelligent Engine. The eight-minute video gives a brief overview of flight research programs past and present and informs students about the values and goals of NASA aeronautics -- the first "A" in NASA.
A cold start means extending a pyrotechnic device into the cold autoignition chamber and then heating the device until autoignition occurs. Chapter 2 examines First NASA Aerospace Pyrotechnic Systems Workshop community services provided by Air Force bases. This paper presents the Laser Cooling and Atomic Physics LCAP program. Topics: AEROSOLS, OXIDATION, TROPOSPHERE, CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, DATA BASES, BIOMASS BURNING, TROPICAL.
Evans is currently a program manager and program executive at NASA Headquarters, Office of Safety and Mission Assurance, in Washington, D. Test results showed that propagation of pyrotechnic dust clouds resulted in a fireball of relatively long duration and large size. This limits the quality professional and is a disservice to the programs and projects, since there are a number of ways that quality can enhance critical processes, and support efforts to improve risk reduction, efficiency and effectiveness.
The LCF behavior of the cast plus. An overview article that summarizes the issues raised in the numerous discussion periods of the workshop is also included. A high response monitoring system has been developed and demonstrated to provide accurate performance comparisons for pyrotechnic separation nuts.
The damage detection system has been successfully demonstrated in a harsh environment and remote integration tested over 1000 miles apart.
On September 11, 2015, an interdisciplinary group of scientists, engineers, and clinicians gathered for a workshop in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, to discuss this ambitious goal.
Measured total pressure recovery for the basic duct was 0. These environments provided less than desirable design fidelity, often lead to the inability of assessing critical programmatic and technical issues e.
The following topics are discussed: 1 LSC configuration; 2 LSC usage; 3 LSC induced pyroshock; 4 simulated pyrotechnic testing; 5 actual pyrotechnic testing; 6 data collection methods; 7 data analysis techniques; 8 shock reduction methods; and 9 design criteria.
Accelerated aging tests after sterilization indicated that only HNS-IIA exhibited high stability.