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Flight testing the linear aerospike SR-71 experiment (LASRE)

Flight testing the linear aerospike SR-71 experiment (LASRE)

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Dryden Flight Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Edwards, Calif, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SR-71 aircraft.,
  • X-33 reusable launch vehicle.,
  • Reusable launch vehicles.,
  • Flight tests.,
  • Computational fluid dynamics.,
  • Aerospike engines.,
  • Aerodynamic characteristics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen Corda ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 1998-206567., NASA technical memorandum -- 206567.
    ContributionsCorda, Stephen., Dryden Flight Research Facility.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15544015M

    LINEAR AEROSPIKE SR EXPERIMENT COMPLETES SUCCESSFUL FIRST FLIGHT A NASA SR today successfully completed its first flight as part of the NASA/Rocketdyne/ Lockheed Martin Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) at NASA´s Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif. The SR took off at a.m. PST. The NASA/Rocketdyne/Lockheed Martin Linear Aerospike SR Experiment, known as LASRE, is designed to gather data on the aerospike's exhaust plume as it travels through the transonic region of flight (just below to just above Mach 1). Linear aerospike rocket engines have been laboratory and ground tested many times during the past thirty years, but have never flown.

      21st Century Collection of NASA and NACA Dryden Technical Reports: X-Plane, SR, Space Shuttle, Hypersonic Research, Fighter Planes (Two CD-ROM Set) [News, World Spaceflight] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 21st Century Collection of NASA and NACA Dryden Technical Reports: X-Plane, SR, Space Shuttle, Hypersonic ResearchAuthor: World Spaceflight News. LASRE was NASA's Linear Aerospike SR Experiment which took place at the Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California, until November The experiment sought to provide flight data to help Lockheed Martin validate and tune the computational predictive tools used to determine the aerodynamic performance of the.

    NASA Dryden Flight Research Center History Office Lockheed SRA ( / NASA ) Flight Log Compiled by Peter W. Merlin September NASA crews flew four Lockheed SR airplanes between July and October They were used for research and to support the U.S. Air Force reactivation of the SR for reconnaissance missions. Flight test of the LASRE aerospike engine mounted on the SR Mounting a 10% scale half-model on the back of an SR Blackbird high-speed research aircraft, NASA engineers used the flights to measure the net thrust, plume expansion, plume aerodynamics, and other parameters of the engine.


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Flight testing the linear aerospike SR-71 experiment (LASRE) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The SR aircraft has titanium construction and is painted black to operate at the high temperatures associated with Mach-3 flight (hence its designation as the “Blackbird”). The SR “A” model used in this test has a tandem, two-place cockpit configuration with flight controls in the forward by: 9.

The Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) was a propulsion flight experiment for advanced space vehicles such as the X and reusable launch vehicle. A linear aerospike rocket engine was integrated into a semi-span of an Xlike lifting body shape (model), and carried on top of an SR aircraft at NASA Dryden Flight Research by: 2.

rocket engine has been flight-tested atop the NASA SR aircraft as the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE). A 20 percent-scale, semispan model of the X vehicle, the aerospike engine, and all the required fuel and oxidizer tanks and propellant feed systems have been mounted atop the SR airplane for this Size: 1MB.

To provide some of these data before flying on the X vehicle and the RLV, a spacecraft rocket engine has been flight-tested atop the NASA SR aircraft as the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment.

Conceived of in the 's, these aerospike engines have yet to be flown, and many questions remain regarding aerospike engine performance and efficiency in flight. To provide some of these data before flying on the X vehicle and the RLV, a spacecraft rocket engine has been flight-tested atop the NASA SR aircraft as the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE).

Corpus ID: Flight Testing the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) @inproceedings{CordaFlightTT, title={Flight Testing the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE)}, author={Stephen Corda and Bradford A.

Neal and Timothy R. Moes and T. Hunter Cox and Richard C. Monaghan and L. Voelker and Griffin P. Corpening and Richard R. Larson and Bruce G. SR Experiment (LASRE) was conducted at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC) and the Air Force's Phillips Laboratory during March November The objective of.

The Blackbird NASA Used For Validating The SR Linear Aerospike Experiment Configuration Decem David Cenciotti Military Aviation, Space 2 The iconic SR was used by NASA to. Flight stability and control and performance results from the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) 3rd Flight Testing Conference and Technical Display August Stability and Controls Flight Test Results of a 24ft Telescoping Nose Boom on an FB Aircraft.

The LASRE experiment was designed to provide in-flight data to help Lockheed Martin evaluate the aerodynamic characteristics and the handling of the SR linear aerospike experiment configuration.

The goal of the project was to provide in-flight data to help Lockheed Martin validate the computational predictive tools it was using to determine the aerodynamic performance of a future reusable launch.

The LASRE experiment was designed to provide in-flight data to help Lockheed Martin evaluate the aerodynamic characteristics and the handling of the SR linear aerospike experiment configuration. LINEAR AEROSPIKE SR EXPERIMENT COMPLETES SUCCESSFUL FIRST FLIGHT Oct.

31, Release: Printer Friendly Version A NASA SR today successfully completed its first flight as part of the NASA/Rocketdyne/ Lockheed Martin Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif. Flight Testing the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) a spacecraft rocket engine has been flight-tested atop the NASA SR aircraft as the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE).

A 20 percent-scale, semispan model of the X vehicle, the aerospike engine, and all the required fuel and oxidizer tanks and propellant feed systems. Flight Testing the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) By Stephen Corda Bradford, Bradford A.

Neal, Timothy R. Moes, Timothy H. Cox, Richard C. Monaghan, Leonard S. Voelker, Griffin P. Corpening, Richard R. Larson and Bruce G. Powers. The joint NASA, Rocketdyne (now part of Boeing), and Lockheed Martin Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) completed seven initial research flights at Dryden Flight Research Center.

Two initial flights were used to determine the aerodynamic characteristics of the LASRE apparatus (pod) on the back of the SR   A base drag reduction experiment on the X linear aerospike SR experiment (LASRE) flight program. Base-Drag-Reduction Experiments on the X Linear Aerospike SR Flight Program.

Setting the foundation for flight test - The ACU Gunship Drag Reduction Program. Thomas Yechout. The LASRE experiment was designed to provide in-flight data to help Lockheed Martin evaluate the aerodynamic characteristics and the handling of the SR linear aerospike experiment configuration.

The goal of the project was to provide in-flight data to help Lockheed Martin validate the computational predictive tools it was using to determine the aerodynamic performance of a future. The final major project for NASA’s SR involved the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (Fig.

25). Technicians mounted a foot-long flight test fixture, dubbed the “canoe” and capable of containing liquid rocket propellants, on top of the aircraft. NASA was loaned 2 SR aircraft for research work. One was modified to flight-test a Linear Aerospike rocket engine and was fitted with thrust-enhanced J58 engines.

Engine thrust was increased by 5% to offset increased aircraft drag. The increased thrust came from a throttle push, or exhaust gas temperature uptrim, of 75 °F (42 °C). The LASRE experiment is a flight test of a roughly 20% scale model of an X forebody with a single aerospike engine at the rear.

The experiment apparatus is mounted on top of an SR aircraft. The Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) consisted of a linear aerospike rocket engine integrated into one-half of an Xlike lifting body shape, carried on top of an SR aircraft.

Gaseous hydrogen and liquid oxygen were used as propellants.This test fixture was originally used for the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE), supporting research for the X program. The flight of the SR A model June 30 was the first flight of this aircraft since Octo The aircraft reached a maximum speed of .Get this from a library!

Flight testing the linear aerospike SR experiment (LASRE). [Stephen Corda; Dryden Flight Research Facility.; United States. National Technical Information Service,; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration,].