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Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents

Donald L Fenton

Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solid propellant rockets -- Combustion -- Environmental aspects,
  • Environmental monitoring

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald L. Fenton and Robert Y. Purcell
    SeriesNASA contractor report ; 2997, NASA contractor report -- 2997
    ContributionsPurcell, Robert Y., joint author, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77 p. :
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14930056M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fenton, Donald L. Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents. Washington: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; Springfield, Va.: available from National Technical Information Service, The launching of a solid- or liquid-propellant Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents book creates a plume of hot exhaust effluents which contains such harmful species as hydrogen chloride, nitric oxide, and carbon monoxide.

(See refs. 1 and 2.) These hot effluents rise because of buoyancy forces. Sometimes the products are trapped at theFile Size: 1MB. dered for atmospheric sampling at full-scale rocket launches. Assuming that under typical conditions a ground cloud forms at 1, m, then the calculation conducted at JPL (Ref.

1) indicates that the cloud will contain approximately 2 x lo8 gm of material from the solid rocket motors. Atmospheric Environment Vol. 14, pp. Pergamon Press Ltd. Printed in Great Britain. HYDROCHLORIC ACID AEROSOL AND GASEOUS HYDROGEN CHLORIDE PARTITIONING IN A CLOUD CONTAMINATED BY SOLID ROCKET EXHAUST DANIEL I.

SEBACHER, RICHARD J. BENDURA and DEWEY E. WORNOM National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Cited by: George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents / ), also by Donald L. Fenton and Robert Y.

Purcell (page images at HathiTrust) George C. Marshall Space Flight Center: Atmospheric turbulence review of space shuttle launches / (Washington, D.C. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

The Earth’s stratosphere is under assault by rocket engine emissions and also polluted by Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents book space debris.

While space transportation plays a vital and increasing role in Earth’s economic system, rockets uniquely emit gases and particles directly into the middle and upper atmosphere.

That exhaust from hundreds of launches accumulates and alters atmospheric radiation. This pressure drop then Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents book the atmospheric (or forced-induction) air to increase, packing more air and fuel into the cylinder.

In other words, a combination of a positive pressure wave and negative pressure wave can improve exhaust scavenging, resulting in an increase in power output.

Many solid motors use powdered aluminum as the primary energy source in the fuel, and the hydrogen and carbon in the polymer binder only partially combust, leaving H2 and CO to provide low molecular weight gases for the Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents book in the nozzle.

Modeling Solid Rocket Booster Exhaust Plumes in the Stratosphere with SURFACE CHEMKIN. Their atmospheric impact appears negligible from a global point of view, given the very large timescales.

Scavenging from the waste stream, or waste picking, is an important economic activity that provides an income to over 15 million people worldwide and has an financial impact of several billion US$ every year. One percent of the urban population in developing countries makes a living from scavenging.

exhaust valve is still negative but less negative than before. This reflected exhaust wave or pulse is the second backpressure we experience and again reduces exhaust flow speed or energy because the exhaust pulse must now push against this pressure to move forward.

A loss in flow speed means less negative Atmospheric scavenging of solid rocket exhaust effluents book, or vacuum, or suck. Heat flux from a rocket exhaust plume is measured experimentally for two motor configurations.

• Solid rocket propellant plumes appear to be optically thick even in the case of small motors. • Material of interest exposed to the rocket exhaust survives for as many as 14 motors firing by: 2. NASA Satellite Measurements of Atmospheric Dust Particles Validated.

or by the conversion of gases to particles, such as desert soil erosion or the exhaust from heavy traffic, respectively. Once airborne, theses tiny particles can transform themselves and take on different shapes and sizes. They are suspended in gas and may be solid. The atmospheric transport, diffusion and deposition of effluents have been widely studied theoretically and experimentally.

The adequacy of the existing dispersion models for certain problems depends largely on the application. Modeling Frame of Reference As an atmospheric process, diffusion represents the.

Two-phase flow can have significance influence on exhaust plume of solid propellant, as well as the infrared radiation of the rocket. To show this influence, flow field of solid propellant rocket exhaust plume is simulated on different working conditions, where two-phase flow is involved using the DPM method.

Comparing the flow filed results with or without two-phase flow considered shows that Author: Yan Jie Ma, Fu Ting Bao, Hao Xu, Lin Sun. Rocket Exhaust Effluent Diffusion (US NASA) Rural Energy Enterprise Development (UN Environment Programme) Redness, Edema, Ecchymosis, Drainage, Approximation; Research in Environment Education and Development Society (India) Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (Pakistan-Germany project).

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The Open Burn/Open Detonation Dispersion Model (OBODM) is intended for use in evaluating the potential air quality impacts of the open-air burning or detonation of obsolete munitions, solid rocket propellants, and manufacturing wastes at Department of Defense and Department of Energy installations.

OBODM predicts the downwind. T.A. McMahon and P.J. Denison, Empirical atmospheric deposition parameters—A survey, Atmospheric Environment (), /(79), 13, 5, (), (). Crossref B.B. Hicks, On the Parameterization of Aerosol Fluxes to the Great Lakes, Journal of Great Lakes Research, /S(77), 3,( supported by SMC, addressed the impact of rocket exhaust on stratospheric ozone (Ref.

This work was an extension of an earlier study reported in Reference The methodology. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA SO 2, the sulphur dioxide leaving the sulphonation reactor system due to the incomplete conversion of SO 2 to SO 3.A small proportion of the SO 2 may arise from sulphonation side reactions.

SO 3, SO 3 /H 2 SO 4 mist. The acid mists are formed as a result of residual moisture in the dried process air; organic acid mist which comes directly from entrainment from the sulphonation reactor : W. Herman de Groot. Abstract. The condensation process of water vapors in the exhaust plume of a rocket engine in the upper atmosphere is considered.

We take into account the processes of particle heating during the release of latent heat of condensation, radiative heating, and energy losses to by: Full text of "An Introduction To Environmental Chemistry And Pollution" See other formats. in Solid Propellant Rocketsin Solid Propellant Rockets F.E.C.

Culick Predicted Stability Boundary For A Large Solid Predicted Stability Boundary For A Large Solid Propellant Rocket Motor (Propellant Rocket Motor (BecksteadBeckstead )).

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The concentration of 15 3–6-ring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in atmospheric precipitation was monitored over 18 months in the years –, using an automatic wet-only sampler at a suburban site in Brno, Czech Republic.

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