NASA TN D-2429
Michael R. Vanco, Arthur J. Glassman, Lewis Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1964 - Space vehicles - 35 pages
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actual to Carnot anode area for Split area is plotted ator Carnot converter efficiency Carnot efficiency cathode temperature CHARACTERISTICS OF OUT-OF-PILE compressor pressure ratio converter gas temperature converter inlet temperatures cooled to point cycle parameters cycle variables D/Tj Figure difference temperature ratio Diode difference temperature fluid specific capacity GAS CYCLE SPACE gas temperature ratio Glassman heat exchanger ideal analysis inert gas Loop cycle loss pressure ratio maximum cycle temperature medium was assessed Minimum radiator area out-of-pile thermionic gas out-of-pile thermionic space potential of out-of-pile primarily a thermodynamic radi RADIATOR AREA CHARACTERISTICS radiator area comparison radiator area potential radiator area requirements ratio of actual reactor secondary radiator area space power systems specific capacity rate Specific heat ratio Split Radiator cycle Temperature-entropy diagram thermionic gas cycle thermodynamic cycle analysis three cycles total radiator area treated both parametrically turbine inlet temperature Turbineless cycle turboelectric Brayton cycle Vanco and Arthur verter efficiency