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Mission and sizing analysis for the Beta II two-stage-to-orbit vehicle
|Statement||Shari-Beth Nadell, William J. Baumgarten and Stephen W. Alexander.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 105559., NASA technical memorandum -- 105559.|
|Contributions||Baumgarten, William J., Alexander, Stephen W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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We have studied two stage to orbit vehicles for a number of years. Our design, known as Space Rapid Transit, uses an aircraft first stage (the Ferry) with a turbo-ramjet engine to take the launch vehicle to 40 km and Mach The turbo-ramjet engine is dual fuel using jet fuel for the turbofan and hydrogen for the ramjet. A-Train will complement the mission’s science return and facilitate observatory calibration and validation. Mission Duration The Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 is designed to op-erate for at least two years, long enough to validate a novel, space-based measurement approach and analysis concept that could be applied to future long-term, space-.
vehicle to operate in an inaccessible, hostile environment. Historical analysis indicates that the combination of the 9% failure technology helps to mitigate mission risk, it also has the negative effect of limiting satellite performance and stalling industry innovation. Winner of the Michael C. Robinson Prize for Historical Analysis given by the National Council on Public History While the glories and tragedies of the space shuttle make headlines and move the nation, the story of the shuttle forms an inseparabe part of a lesser-known but no less important drama—the search for a reusable single-stage-to-orbit rocket.
This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors). A two-stage-to-orbit (TSTO) spaceplane concept developed in is revisited, and new information is provided to assist in the development of the next-generation space transportation vehicles. The design philosophy, TSTO spaceplane concept, and the design method are briefly described.
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Concepts within a year time horizon most likely will entail some type of Two-Stage-To-Orbit (TSTO) system. facilities and the Quicksat system during takeoff from a notional military base to perform a space-access mission.
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A two-stage-to-orbit (TSTO) or two-stage rocket launch vehicle is a spacecraft in which two distinct stages provide propulsion consecutively in order to achieve orbital velocity. It is intermediate between a three-stage-to-orbit launcher and a hypothetical single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) launcher.
At liftoff the first stage is responsible for accelerating the vehicle. SRT is a fully reusable two stage to orbit vehicle. The Ferry Stage is powered by a dual fuel coaxial turbofan ramjet. evolution of the Beta two-stage-to-orbit horizon- in each book a.
Given a mission profile (,) and propellant type (), the size of a vehicle increases with an increasing structural coefficient. This growth factor sensitivity is shown parametrically for both SSTO and two-stage-to-orbit (TSTO) vehicles for a standard LEO mission.
. The analysis uses the rocket equation with a corrected delta-vee requirement. I u ft/sec as the velocity to be achieved (ma is better, but so what?). This is for a low Earth orbit eastward at no more than about 23 degrees inclination.
Orbital altitude might be around statute miles. the vehicle size, resp. payload size the refurbishment cost the number of launches per year, and the possible number of re-uses for the same vehicle.
A preliminary analysis for the small BETA I vehicle led to specific transportation cost of some $/kg, while for the large BETA III vehicle the specific cost should be below $/kg.
Plans for a Mission And Sizing Analysis For The Beta Two Stage To Orbit Vehicle by NASA Lewis Research Center. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video Two Stage To Orbit Vehicle, Mission And Sizing Analysis For The Beta Two Stage To Orbit Vehicle, NASA.
Get this from a library. Mission and sizing analysis for the Beta II two-stage-to-orbit vehicle: corrected copy. [Shari-Beth Nadell; William J Baumgarten; Stephen W Alexander; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. OVERVIEW OF THE BETA II TWO-STAGE-TO-ORBIT VEHICLE DESIGN Robert M.
Plencner NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Abstract A study of a near-term, low risk two-stage-to-orbit vehicle was undertaken. The goal of the study was to assess a fully reusable TSTO vehicle with horizontal takeoff and landing.
The vehicle used for this study, Beta II, is aTwo-Stage-To-Orbit(TSTO) vehicle derived The engine chosen for this study was from the USAF/Boeing Beta vehicle (ref. 1 & the Variable CycleEngine (VCE) (ref. The 2). Beta II, a horizontal takeoff and landing VCE is a very complex cycle but offers a lot of vehicle,was downsized from the original.
In response to Department of Defense (DoD) requirements for responsive and low-cost space access, this design study provides an objective empty weight analysis of potential reusable launch vehicle (RLV) configurations.
Each two-stage-to-orbit (TSTO) RLV has a fixed payload requirement of 20, lbf to low Earth : Richard A. Caldwell. Rocket Lab is redefining how we access space. Introducing Electron, Rocket Lab's latest launch vehicle - delivering small satellites to low Earth orbit at an unprecedented frequency.
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Overview of the Beta II two-stage-to-orbit vehicle design. [Robert M Plencner; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Literature Review Prior Work The groundwork for this research is a study conducted by Marc A.
Brock in titled Performance Study of Two-Stage-Two Orbit Reusable Launch Vehicle Propulsion Alternatives (1). The work studied five Two-Stage-To-Orbit (TSTO) reusable launch.
This rocket will also be the fastest vehicle to reach orbit, taking less than 5 minutes.” In addition, the aerospace industry will have another company looking to lower the costs of launches and.Space Mission Analysis and Design, by Wertz check it out.
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I used it in my 3rd year SMAD course and I .About this book Focusing on basic aspects of future reusable space transportation systems and covering overall design, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, flight dynamics, propulsion, materials, and structures, this report presents some of the most recent results obtained in these disciplines.