Acceptance testing lunar and planetary vehicles (a concept)
Fritz Krämer, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1968 - Science - 20 pages
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MAGNITUDE OF FORCES POWER REQUIREMENTS
APPENDFX SIMULATION OF LUNAR GRAVITATION
acceleration of 1/6 acceleration on Earth aerodynamic forces air drag astronaut auxiliary springs center of mass design speed determined on Earth DIFFERENT GRAVITATIONAL ACCELERATION drive the vehicle dynamic behavior EARTH VEHICLE flight forces involved forces on Earth Froude's law gE/gM gravitational attraction gravitational field Huntsville INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT LAW OF MOTION Law shows LUNAR AND PLANETARY lunar application LUNAR GRAVITY lunar landing lunar or planetary lunar soil lunar surface lunar vehicle magnitude mass on Earth moon vehicle MOTION UNDER INFLUENCE natural frequency Newton's second law numerical value POINT MASS POWER FACTORS power required reaction forces scale models shown in Figure similar SIMULATED LUNAR SIMULATION OF LUNAR skid speed range spring constant take place terrain features terrestrial test range test track testing concept tests on Earth TOTAL ACCELERATION upward acceleration Uranus vehicle dynamics VEHICLE ON EARTH vehicle's velocities relate VELOCITY POTENTIAL VELOCITY RATIOS Venus and Mars vertical wheels