Recommendations and evaluations of materials-research areas of importance to missile and space vehicle structures
Jack B. Esgar, Norris F. Dow, William Raymond Micks, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Research Advisory Committee on Missile and Space Vehicle Structures
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1963 - Technology & Engineering - 26 pages
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advantages for improved applications and advantages buckling resistance coatings Committee on Missile D-2255 National Aeronautics ductility and impermeability EVALUATIONS OF MATERIALS-RESEARCH flight glass-reinforced plastic gross weight heat pulse high-temperature materials importance of ductility IMPORTANCE TO MISSILE improved structural materials lifting reentry vehicle liquid hydrogen low-temperature materials Lunar Orbit Rendezvous material improvements materials are reviewed materials with ductility materials with oxidation MATERIALS-RESEARCH AREAS meteoroid Micks in collaboration Missile and Space molybdenum NASA Research Advisory need for improved Norris F October 1.2 oxidation resistance payload percent Possible directions Prepared by Jack pressure vessel materials problem protons radiation shielding RECOMMENDATIONS AND EVALUATIONS reduced refractory metals reliability requirements for research reradiation Research Advisory Committee resistance and ductility reviewed and discussed reviewed for high-temperature rials SASA TN solar flare Space Vehicle Structures stagnation point structure weight tantalum TECHNICAL NOTE D-2125 temperature capability tensile-strength/density ratio TN D-2255 National tungsten upper stages yield stress Young's modulus