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Cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot storage acquisition and transfer (COLD-SAT) experiment subsystem instrumentation and wire harness design report

Cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot storage acquisition and transfer (COLD-SAT) experiment subsystem instrumentation and wire harness design report

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liquid hydrogen.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCryogenic on orbit liquid depot storage ....
    StatementLawrence G. Edwards.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 189172., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189172.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14707136M

    Language Flight experiments were defined for the Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) test bed satellite and the Shuttle middeck to help establish the influence of the gravitational environment on liquid slosh dynamics and control. Define cryogenically. cryogenically synonyms, cryogenically pronunciation, cryogenically translation, English dictionary definition of cryogenically. adj. 1. Relating to low temperatures. 2. Requiring or suitable to cryogenic storage. cry′ogen′ically adv. adj. 1. pertaining to the production or use of.

    gas/liquid separation greatly eases the depot cryogenic fluid management. Pressure control is through the venting of this gaseous core, and is similar to the settled ullage venting of existing cryogenic upper stages. The centrifugal settling also simplifies propellant acquisition, avoiding the need for liquid acquisition Size: 1MB. COLD-SAT: Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot-Storage, Acquisition and Transfer. By. Abstract. NASA is entering an era of expanded space activity. Space-based transportation systems will carry cargo and humans from low earth orbit to geosynchronous orbit, to lunar bases, and to the Martian surface. Such on-orbit systems present low gravity.

    Jason William Hartwig, in Liquid Acquisition Devices for Advanced In-Space Cryogenic Propulsion Systems, Purpose of Work and Overview by Chapter. The enabling of all future in-space cryogenic engines and cryogenic propellant depots for future manned and robotic space exploration missions begins with technology development of LADs upstream in the propellant tank. SMALL EXPERIMENTS FOR THE MATURATION OF ORBITAL CRYOGENIC TRANSFER. LeRC defined the Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot. Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition and. Transfer .


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Cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot storage acquisition and transfer (COLD-SAT) experiment subsystem instrumentation and wire harness design report Download PDF EPUB FB2

COLD-SAT, an acronym for cryogenic orbiting liquid depot for storage, acquisition, and transfer, is a spacecraft-experiment system designed to obtain this technology. The Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) will perform subcritical liquid hydrogen handling experiments under low gravity conditions to provide engineering data for future space transportation missions.

Get this from a library. Cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot storage, acquisition and transfer satellite (COLD-SAT) feasibility studies: final report. [W J Bailey. The Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) is an experimental spacecraft launched from an expendable launch vehicle which is designed to investigate the systems and technologies required for efficient, effective, and reliable management of cryogenic fluid in the reduced gravity space environment.

The Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) is an experimental spacecraft launched from an expendable launch vehicle which is designed to investigate the systems and technologies required for efficient, effective and reliable management of cryogenic fluid in the reduced gravity space : William J.

Bailey. The Cryogenic On-orbit Liquid Depot - Storage, Acquisition and Transfer (COLD-SAT) satellite presents some unique safety issues. The feasibility study conducted at the NASA Lewis Research Center desired a systems safety program that would be involved from the initial design in order to eliminate and/or control the inherent hazards.

Bailey, W.J. et al., “Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) Feasibility Studies,” Martin Marietta Space Systems Co., NASA CRJune Author: David Chato. The COLD-SAT (Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot- Storage, Acquisition and Transfer) spacecraft was being developed by NASA Lewis to conduct experiments in reduced-gravity cryogenic fluid management.

The COLD-SAT spacecraft has recently completed Phase A concept design studies by parallel contracted efforts with three Size: 1MB. CLASS cryogenic liquid acquisition storage and supply CMG compression mass gauge COLD–SAT Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot–Storage, Acquisition and Transfer CTB Centaur testbed CTM cryogenic transport module DARPA Defense Advanced Research Project Agency DoD Department of Defense DFI developmental flight instrumentation.

Abstract. The Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) will perform subcritical liquid hydrogen handling experiments under low gravity conditions to provide engineering data for future space transportation missions.

Full text of "Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT)" See other formats. Thermal design considerations for the cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot storage, acquisition and transfer satellite (COLD-SAT) A lightweight liquid hydrogen storage system for Electric Orbital Transfer Vehicle application.

Shuttle compatible cryogenic liquid storage and. The cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot supply acquisition and transfer experiment (COLD-SAT), was designed to support the space exploration initiative by maturing key technologies to TRL 6. It was based on using a dedicated spacecraft filled with liquid hydrogen as the experiment by: Abstract.

The Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) is an experimental spacecraft launched from an expendable launch vehicle which is designed to investigate the systems and technologies required for efficient, effective, and reliable management of cryogenic fluid in the reduced gravity space environment.

Get this from a library. Cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot storage acquisition and transfer (COLD-SAT) experiment subsystem instrumentation and wire harness design report.

[Lawrence G Edwards; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Test conditions were taken over a wide range of liquid temperatures ( K), tank pressures ( kPa), and outflow rates ( kg/s) thermally and operationally representative of an in-space propellant transfer from a depot storage tank or to a smaller scale in-space engine.

Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot-Storage, Acquisition and Transfer (COLD-SAT) Experiment Conceptual Design and Feasibility Study.

By Edward Kramer. Abstract. The cryogenic fluid management technologies required for the exploration of the solar system can only be fully developed via space-based experiments.

A dedicated spacecraft is the most Author: Edward Kramer. The Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition, and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) is an experimental spacecraft launched from an expendable launch vehicle which is designed to.

The Cryogenic Propellant Storage and Transfer Technology Demonstration Mission: Progress and Transition Michael L. Meyer William J. Taylor Carol A. Ginty nal Depot Liquid Transfer - Line/tank chilldown - Pumps - Leak-free coupling Leak Detection † Zero-g acquisition of cryogenic liquid for propellant transferFile Size: 2MB.

Get this from a library. Feasibility study for a cryogenic on-orbit liquid depot-storage, acquisition and transfer (COLD-SAT) satellite: final report for phase A study, contract period, February - March [S C Rybak; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Program, the Cryogenic Propellant Storage and Trans-fer (CPST) Project will demonstrate the in-space capabil-ity of long-term storage and transfer of cryogenic propel-lants (liquid hydrogen), essential for transportation on deep-space exploration missions.

CPST technologies are considered a high priority for.Flight experiments were defined for the Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot Storage, Acquisition and Transfer Satellite (COLD-SAT) test bed satellite and the Shuttle middeck to help establish the influence of the gravitational environment on liquid slosh dynamics and control.Four concurren studies, including one in-house at LeRC, are underway to determine the feasibility of performing model validation experiments aboard a free-flying spacecraft (S/C) called Cryogenic On-Orbit Liquid Depot — Storage, Acquisition and Transfer (COLD-SAT), using liquid Cited by: 1.