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|Other titles||Dynamics of manned lifting planetary entry.|
|Statement||Edited by S.M. Scala, A.C. Harrison [and] M. Rogers.|
|Contributions||Scala, Sinclaire M., ed., United States. Air Force. Office of Scientific Research., General Electric Company. Space Sciences Laboratory, Philadelphia.|
|LC Classifications||TL1050 .S9 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 980 p.|
|Number of Pages||980|
|LC Control Number||63017055|
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Paper presented at the Symposium on Dynamics of Manned Lifting Planetary Entry, By Charles E. Treanor, Paul V. Marrone and Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory.
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II (Pergamon Press, New York, ).Author: J. Logan. The manuscript ponders on propulsive control of atmospheric entry lifting trajectories, re-entry engineering mechanics, and rocket casing behavior predicted by laboratory tests.
Topics include description of testing program, full-scale casing results, camera design, theoretical correlation, approximate thrust vector optimization, and propellant weight estimation. A carefully designed experiment has been conducted in which the propagation of circularly polarized plane waves through a helium plasma along the direction of a static magnetic field has been quantitatively investigated.
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Proceedings of the Symposium Held on December 14–16, at San Diego, CaliforniaPages DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF TANGENTIAL IMPULSE IMPARTED BY A MOLECULAR BEAM OF WATER TO GLASS SURFACEAuthor: B.V. Derjaguin, Y.I. Petrov. This seminar will provide an overview of planetary entry aerodynamics.
Definitions of the static and dynamic aerodynamic terms will be given, and six-degree-of-freedom simulations will be used to demonstrate the impact of these terms (and uncertainties in these terms) on various properties of the entry trajectory, including landing footprint.
Dynamics of Planetary Gear Trains R. August, R. Kasuba, J. Frater, and A. Pintz Cleveland State University Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for LewisResearchCenter under Grant NAG3o N/LSA NationalAeronautics and SpaceAdministration Sclentlllcand Technical InformationBranch Other Space Travel, Astronauts & Space Travel, Historical Memorabilia, Collectibles.
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Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice. Technical documents from NASA. Outgassing data, derived from tests at K ( C) for 24 hours in a vacuum as per ASTM Ehave been compiled for numerous materials for spacecraft use. A review of planetary-entry gas dynamics is presented.
Evolution of a blunt-body flowfield from a free molecular flow environment to a continuum environment is described. Simulations of near-wake flow phenomena, important for defining aerobrake payload environments, are also discussed.
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