Infrared Emission Associated with Chemical Reactions on Shuttle and SIRTF Surfaces

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1985 - 29 pages
 

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Page 48 - Research Aircraft (RSRA) is designed to make high-accuracy, simultaneous measurements of all rotor forces and moments in flight. Physical calibration of the rotor force- and moment-measurement system when installed in the aircraft is required to account for known errors and to ensure that measurement-system accuracy is traceable to the National Bureau of Standards. The first static calibration and associated analysis have been completed with good results. Hysteresis was a potential cause of static...
Page 48 - No. 12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC 20546-0001 13.
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Page 3 - Acree et al. (ref. 4). A summary of important features is given here. Figure 4 is a schematic representation of the staticcalibration method. A special calibration fixture replaced the rotor head, and the airframe was tied down by the landing-gear mounting lugs. Hydraulic cylinders applied static loads through cables and pulleys to...
Page 1 - Flight tests confirmed that the calibrated rotor-loadmeasurement system performs as expected in fight and that it can dependably make direct measurements of fuselage vertical drag in hover. Introduction MEASUREMENT of the forces and moments generated by a helicopter rotor in flight is a key research requirement of the Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (RSRA). The RSRA compound helicopter has a complete helicopter rotor system, as well as an independent wing and a fan-jet propulsion system, allowing...
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