An impedance technique for determining low-frequency payload environments
Kenneth R. Payne, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Langley Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1979 - Science - 135 pages
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Acceleration Time History Attach Left Hand Attach Point Left Attach Right Hand BURNOUT BOOSTER MODELS BURNOUT MODELS Burnout With Front Comparison of CM101A degree of freedom domain response Domain Solutions Due to Strut E-3 Freq E-3 Stage End Ramps equation 28 equations of motion external forces Forward Attach Left Forward Attach Point Forward Attach Right FREQUENCIES FOR STAGE frequency domain Front and End History for CM101A History for TP3015 impedance technique input frequencies interface accelerations interface forces Landing Due LDEF Left Hand Side Longitudinal Payload Impedance low frequency environment matrix modal damping MODAL FREQUENCIES mode shapes Point Left Hand Pressure Time History Response at Forward Right Hand Side shown in Figure Shuttle Transportation System Side for Landing Side for Lift-off Spectrum of CM101A Spectrum of TP3015 Spectrum of TP3016 Spectrum with Impedance Stage I Burnout Stage II Ox Strut Forces Titan III-E transfer characteristics Tukey Window Typical Fourier Spectrum