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Development and use of hydrogen-air torches in an altitude facility
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Roy A. Lottig and Gary T. Huber.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106047., NASA technical memorandum -- 106047.|
|Contributions||Huber, Gary T., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Apparatus PSL Facility The hydrogen-air ignition torch evaluation and development tests were performed in the Propulsion Systems Laboratory (PSL) altitude test facility.
Two test chambers are located in the PSL facility. Each test chamber is 24 ft in diameter and approximately 39 ft in Size: 6MB. The idea was to use several of these torches in conjunction with hydrogen detectors and dilution air to prevent excess accumulation of unburned hydrogen or mixtures of hydrogen and air exceeding the sea-level lower flammability limit in the altitude facility exhaust system during hydrogen-fueled propulsion system : Gary T.
Huber and Roy A. Lottig. Get this from a library. Development and use of hydrogen-air torches in an altitude facility. [Roy A Lottig; Gary T Huber; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Instead, the hydrogen torch produces just water while working at temperatures that can weld refractory metals a normal torch can't.
Best of all, this incredibly powerful torch costs much less than a traditional torch. You can even make one yourself using materials available to the average consumer. The book also presents a plan for conducting the necessary development of technology and introducing hydrogen fuel into the worldwide civil air transport industry.
Hydrogen Aircraft Technology will provide fascinating reading for anyone interested in aircraft and hydrogen fuel designs.5/5(1). Ejectors are used in high altitude testing of rocket engines to create vacuum for simulating the engine test in vacuum conditions.
The performance of an ejector plays a vital role in creating vacuum at the exit of the engine nozzle and the nozzle design exit pressure at the time of ignition. CO 2 has a residence time of over years that is not subject to altitude. Whereas water vapor is present for 3–4 days at sea level and up to 6–12 months in the stratosphere.
With a slight decrease in altitude the global warming effect of water vapor can be eliminated with cruise by: Syngas is also an intermediate in creating synthetic petroleum to use as a lubricant or fuel.
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