by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Luis R. Piñero, Michael J. Patterson, and Vincent E. Satterwhite.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106428.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Abstract. NASA LeRC is developing a 30 cm diameter xenon ion thruster for auxiliary and primary propulsion applications. To maximize expectations for user-acceptance of ion propulsion technology, NASA LeRC, through their Electric Propulsion Outreach Program, is providing sectors of industry with portable power consoles for operation of 5 KW-class xenon ion thrusters. NASA LeRC is developing a 30 cm diameter xenon ion thruster for auxiliary and primary propulsion applications. To maximize expectations for user-acceptance of ion propulsion technology, NASA LeRC, through their Electric Propulsion Outreach Program, is providing sectors of industry with portable power consoles for operation of 5 KW-class xenon ion thrusters. This power console Cited by: in this book, there are interrelated technical goals rooted in efficiency, noise, and emissions. Issues related to airframe integration, primarily engine nacelle placement and inlet and exhaust design, also can affect propulsion systems. This is a survey of NASA’s work in aircraft propulsion from its origins as. The staff of EPPL have been supporting electric propulsion and power system testing for over 40 years. Facility Overview Post Ion Engine Test Documentation of Tank 5 Interior. The Electric Propulsion and Power Laboratory (EPPL), formerly known as the Electric Propulsion Laboratory (EPL), supports research and development of spacecraft power and.
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