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Propellant for the NASA standard initiator

Carl Hohmann

Propellant for the NASA standard initiator

by Carl Hohmann

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Available from National Technical Information Service in Houston, Tex, Springfiel, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Perchlorates.,
  • Potassium compounds.,
  • Solid propellants -- Ignition.,
  • Zirconium compounds.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCarl Hohmann, Bill Tipton, Jr., Maureen Dutton.
    SeriesNASA/TP -- 2000-210186, NASA technical paper -- 2000-210186.
    ContributionsDutton, Maureeen., Tipton, Bill., Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20705347M

    Innovations made on NASA initiator, 3D printing of propellants, cool gas generators By JOHN F. ZEVENBERGEN | December The Energetic Components and Systems Technical Committee provides a forum for the dissemination of information about propellant and explosive-based systems for applications ranging from aircraft to space vehicles. The Office of Safety and Mission Assurance Code Q website was decommissioned and replaced with Please update any bookmarks you have for the old site. If you have trouble locating information, please contact us. The following are a few links we thought you may find helpful.

    Green Propellant Infusion Mission Fires Thrusters for the First TimeAuthor: Loura Hall. A pyrotechnic initiator (also initiator or igniter) is a device containing a pyrotechnic composition used primarily to ignite other, more difficult-to-ignite materials, e.g. thermites, gas generators, and solid-fuel name is often used also for the compositions themselves. Pyrotechnic initiators are often controlled electrically (called electro-pyrotechnic initiators), e.g. using a.

      d. KNPR , Volume 3, Safety Procedural Requirements for Partner Organizations Operating in Exclusive-Use Facilities e. NASA-STD, Standard for Lifting Devices and Equipment f. NASA-STD, Safety Standard for Explosives, Propellants, and Pyrotechnics g. KDP-KSC-P, KSC Ordnance Life Cycle h. The Space Shuttle SRB was the most powerful solid rocket motor ever flown. Each provided a maximum MN (3,, lbf) thrust, roughly double the most powerful single-combustion chamber liquid-propellant rocket engine ever flown, the Rocketdyne FWith a combined mass of about 1,, kg (2,, lb), they comprised over half the mass of the Shuttle stack at on: Super heavy-lift launch vehicle.


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Propellant for the NASA standard initiator. It provides both a historical background on the NSI devicedetailing problem areas and their resolution--and on propellant blending techniques. Emphasis is placed on the precipitation blending method.

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This paper discusses processes employed in manufacturing zirconium-potassium perchlorate propellant for the NASA standard initiator.

This paper discusses processes employed in manufacturing zirconium-potassium perchlorate propellant for the NASA standard initiator. It provides both a historical background on the NSI device-detailing problem areas and their resolution--and on propellant blending techniques.

This paper discusses processes employed in manufacturing zirconium-potassium perchlorate propellant for the NASA standard initiator. It provides both a historical background on the NSI device-detailing problem areas and their resolution--and on propellant blending techniques. Emphasis is placed on the precipitation blending method.

This paper discusses processes employed in manufacturing zirconium-potassium perchlorate propellant for the NASA standard initiator. It provides both a historical background on the NSI device—detailing problem areas and their resolution—and on propellant blending techniques.

This paper discusses some of the properties of Viton that are relevant to its use as a pyrotechnic binder in a NASA standard initiator (NSI) propellant. Nearly every aspect of NSI propellant manufacture and use is impacted by the binder system.

The effect of Viton's molecular weight on solubility, solution viscosity, glass transition Author: Jr. Bill Tipton and Carl Hohmann. by 29 CFRthis standard takes the place of OSHA regulations shall apply. Applicability This standard is approved for use by NASA Headquarters and NASA Centers, including Component Facilities and Technical and Service Support Centers and may be cited in contract, program, and other Agency documents as a technical Size: 3MB.

The initiator is electrically actuated by a minimum amps application of all-fire current, producing a hot flame and gas output pressure of to psig within 10 milliseconds in a 10cc closed volume.

In addition, the initiator is also designed to meet or exceed the performance requirements of the NASA Standard Initiator. Explosives and solid propellant safety JPR Rev.

J, ed Change (March ) Verify this is the correct version before you use it by checking the on-line version. This could be you An employee received minor injuries when a NASA standard initiator ignited from being exposed to RF radiation without a Faraday cap Size: KB. NASA Technical Memorandum A MANUAL FOR PYROTECHNIC DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND QUALIFICATION Laurence J.

Bement Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Mony L. Schimmel SchimmeI Company, St. Louis, Missouri June National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia File Size: 2MB.

The Initiator takes an electrical input and provides work in the form of pyrotechnic output. EBAD manufactures a NASA Standard Initiator (NSI), and a NSI equivalent, the S The NASA Standard Initiator (NSI) is built to NASA’s drawing SEB and is an industry standard initiator, qualified for the extreme environments of space.

This paper discusses some of the properties of Viton that are relevant to its use as a pyrotechnic binder in a NASA standard initiator (NSI) propellant. Nearly every aspect of NSI propellant manufacture and use is impacted by the binder system. The NASA standard initiator, for example, must not ignite when the bridgewire is subjected to a DC current of 1A for 5 min or a DC power of 1W for 5 min.

The maximum allowed current for NASA standard initiator bridgewire resistance measuring equipment is 50mA. NASA Technical Standards. Each NASA Technical Standard is assigned to a Technical Discipline. Please select the respective link to access that discipline's standards.

- Documentation and Configuration. - Systems Engineering and. NASA Technical Memorandum A MANUAL FOR PYROTECHNIC DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND QUALIFICATION Laurence J. Bement Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Morry L. Schimmel Schimmel Company, St. Louis, Missouri June National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia File Size: 1MB.

propellant. For very large and long motors both the propellant grain and the motor case are made in sections; the case segments are mechanically attached and sealed to each other at the launch site.

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En de a v o ur U n ite d St a t es BSM Igniter Pressure Data vs. Time 0 Chapter Explosive and Propellant Safety This could be you An employee received minor injuries when a NASA standard initiator ignited from being exposed to RF radiation without a Faraday cap installed.

A small amount of propellant ignited when someone scraped it with a “non-sparking tool.”File Size: 83KB.NASA Johnson Space Center: Issue Date: Language: eng: Description: This paper discusses some of the properties of Viton that are relevant to its use as a pyrotechnic binder in a NASA standard initiator (NSI) propellant.

Nearly every aspect of NSI propellant manufacture and use is impacted by the binder system.