Investigation of mechanisms of potential aircraft fuel tank vent fires and explosions caused by atmospheric electricity
Lockheed-California Company, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States. Federal Aviation Agency
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1964 - Technology & Engineering - 173 pages
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30 inside vent AIRCRAFT FUEL TANK altitude ambient air amperes arc length Arrester Center atmospheric electrical blast waves Boundary Layer Thickness corona discharges cylindrical electrical environ Electrode for Various exist feet flame arrester flame propagation flammability limit flammable mixture flow velocity Free Stream Velocity fuel tank vent fuel vent fuel-air mixture fuel-air ratio gradient high energy discharge high energy spark ignition and flame ignition of fuel inches inside vent tube Joules laboratory Lockheed-California Company Longitudinal Distance Mast Discharging measurements MECHANISMS OF POTENTIAL mixture profiles NASA TN natural lightning discharge Nitrogen Oscillograms Plasma Length Plasma Volume POTENTIAL AIRCRAFT FUEL pressure waves probe propane Propane-Air Mixture quenching channel rotameter Schleiren shock wave shown in Figure simulated lightning discharges step leader streamer stroke strong shock TANK VENT FIRES temperature tests three vent configurations Various Discharge Energies vent effluent Vent Exit Velocity vent flow vent outlet vicinity voltage