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Evaluation of the Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE) oxygen sensor

Evaluation of the Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE) oxygen sensor

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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:
  • Aerospike engines.,
  • Liquid nitrogen.,
  • Gas detectors.,
  • Oxygen analyzers.,
  • Purging.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKimberly A. Ennix ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 1999-206589., NASA technical memorandum -- 206589.
    ContributionsEnnix, Kimberly A., NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15560466M

    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. 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. The Air Force had retired the Blackbirds in , but Congress reinstated funding for additional flights.

    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. 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 Lockheed Martin X lifting body and linear aerospike.

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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.

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Just thought some of you might find it interesting!LASRE was NASAs Linear Aerospike SR Experiment which took place at the. The X Linear Aerospike SR Experiment LASRE Flight Program PDF.

Over the years, numerous books and articles have been written about the Blackbirds, but. Aerospike Engines used on the Messerschmitt Me EARLY DEVELOPMENT CURRENT DEVELOPMENT Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) began at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center in Mounting 10% scale half-model on SR Blackbird high-speed research aircraft.

Close-up view of the LASRE test engine mounted on the SR/5(1). The Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) was a propulsion flight experiment for advanced space vehicles such as the X and reusable launch vehicle.

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Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) During the s two SR Blackbird aircraft were used by NASA as testbeds for high-speed and high-altitude aeronautical research at Dryden.

The aircraft included an SRA and SRB (the trainer version), loaned to NASA by the U.S. Air Force. InRocketdyne, published their results for the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) program which was primarily intended to determine the magnitude of the slipstream effect by using the SR as the method of providing the proper altitude and Mach number conditions prior to starting the hot fire of the engine specifically to simulate Cited by: 5.

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 experiment.

A major technical objective of theCited by: 9. 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.

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   American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Researchers used the SR to study ways of reducing sonic boom overpressures in the hope that such data could eventually lead to aircraft designs that would reduce peak overpressures and minimize the startling effect they produce on the ground.

The final major project for NASA’s SR involved the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (Fig. 25). The aerospike engine is a type of rocket engine that maintains its aerodynamic efficiency across a wide range of altitudes. It belongs to the class of altitude compensating nozzle engines.

A vehicle with an aerospike engine uses 25–30% less fuel at low altitudes, where most missions have the greatest need for ike engines have been studied for a number of years and are the.

The SR took off at a.m. PST. The aircraft flew for one hour and fifty minutes, reaching a maximum speed of Mach before landing at Edwards at a.m. PST, successfully validating the SR/linear aerospike experiment configuration.

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.

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.

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Evaluation of the linear aerospike SR experiment (LASRE) oxygen sensor (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.Evaluation of the linear aerospike SR experiment (LASRE) oxygen sensor.

[Kimberly A Ennix; Dryden Flight Research Facility,] -- The Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) was a propulsion flight experiment for advanced space vehicles such as the X and reusable launch vehicle.