Testing and environmental exposure of parachute materials for the solid rocket booster decelerator subsystem
B. K. Tannehill, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1978 - Sports & Recreation - 64 pages
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20 30 ELONGATION abrasion resistance Average breaking strength Type Canopy parachute Clean Comparative environmental effects Comparative static load-elongation Cycles Aster day KSC seawater day submersion test Debris diagram for unexposed drogue parachute Drogue Suspension Line drop-recoveries Dry Procedure EDAX effects on static ENVIRONMENTAL CYCLES environmental exposure equivalent weatherometer exposure Federal Standard 191 Figure full width Inflation Loads Inflation Peak Instron KSC seawater soak lb breaking strength Load to Failure load-bearing webbing load-elongation for unexposed load-elongation nylon webbing Main suspension line material nylon webbing Materials and Processes PARACHUTE CANOPY MATERIAL parachute material percent of Rated Processes Laboratory Rated Strength regression analysis rinse and dry Rinse Water Rupture seawater soak nylon shrinkage simulated soak and equivalent soak nylon webbing Solid Rocket Booster specimens Static load-elongation diagram static load-elongation effect static load-elongation nylon stitched nylon webbing tap water Type XIX Type XXIII Type XXVI unexposed material nylon weatherometer exposure nylon