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Development and integration of the Capillary Pumped Loop GAS and Hitchhiker flight experiments

Butler, D.

Development and integration of the Capillary Pumped Loop GAS and Hitchhiker flight experiments

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Space vehicles -- Cooling -- Experiments.,
  • Capillary flow.,
  • Heat transfer.,
  • Microgravity.,
  • Temperature control.,
  • Two phase flow.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD. Butler and R. McIntosh.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 100756.
    ContributionsMcIntosh, R., Goddard Space Flight Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiii, 13 p.
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16135248M

    A better alternative is to reduce the flow rate in the experiments, and include capillary pressure in the analysis. In this work, we use the fact that a reduced flow rate will lead to a spreading of the shock front. The front will translate with a fixed shape (denoted as a traveling wave or a stabilized capillary zone1). We propose a new. SIMULATION OF DENSITY CHANNEL GUIDING IN CAPILLARY DISCHARGE EXPERIMENTS AND LASER WAKEFIELD ACCELERATORS* R. F. Hubbard,a# C. Moore,a P. Sprangle,a A. Ting,a NRL, D. Kaganovich,b A. Ziglerb and B. Hafizic Abstract Laser-driven accelerators require guiding of the laser. However, the adiabatic capillary tube test data for HFCa is an important first step to provide some insights and point of reference in analyzing the nonadiabatic capillary tube performance. In this study, correlations of adiabatic capillary tube performance for HFCa are presented. the loop. The test section flow can be adjusted to the required value with the help of control valves at the inlet and outlet. Demineralised water was used as the working fluid. Because of closed loop operation, the water gets heated up due to the energy input by the pumps. A cooler was provided to maintain the loop temperature at the required.

    Suppose I have a capillary tube inside a water trough and water level raises inside the tube till point 'x'.Now if I break the tube below this level 'x', will the water keep on flowing forever because it will keep sucking water till the point x or something else will happen?Help.


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Development and integration of the Capillary Pumped Loop GAS and Hitchhiker flight experiments by Butler, D. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Development and integration of the Capillary Pumped Loop GAS and Hitchhiker flight experiments. [D Butler; R McIntosh; Goddard Space Flight Center.]. The Capillary Pumped Loop 3 (CAPL 3) experiment consisted of a multi-evaporator capillary pumped loop (CPL) that flew in the Space Shuttle payload bay as part of the MACH 1 payload in December (STS).

The experiment was a joint effort between the NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) and the Naval ResearchCited by: Abstract, This paper details the flight configuration and pre-flight performance test results of the fifth generation cryogenic capillary pumped loop (CCPL-5).

This device will fly on STS in October as part of the CRYOTSU Flight Experim_at. This flight represe_als the first m-space demonstration of a CCPL, a miniaturized two-phase fluid. The Capillary Pumped Loop 3 (CAPL 3) experiment was a multiple evaporator capillary pumped loop experiment that flew in the Space Shuttle payload bay in December (STS‐).

The main objective of CAPL 3 was to demonstrate in micro‐gravity a multiple evaporator capillary pumped loop system, capable of reliable start‐up, reliable continuous Cited by: Development of the Cryogenic Capillary Pumped Loop IECEC -I, August Page 4 of 8 Figure 3: Photographs of the Cryogenic CPL The condenser required a three pass design to optimize the integration of the hot reservoir and the liquid Cited by: 4.

The Storming Media report number is A The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: The heat transfer performance of a prototype capillary pumped loop (CPL) test bed from the U.S.

Air Force Phillips Laboratory is modeled using numerical differencing : Peter J. Ryan. Capillary pumped loops (CPLs) have undergone extensive development since the late 's, and represent a maturing technology that is beginning to appear in spacecraft designs (COMET, EOS AM).

Perhaps because most CPL literature is intended for CPL and heat pipe developers, or perhaps because of theCited by: It has however a reservoir separated from evaporator and has been so called CPLIP for “Capillary Pumped Loop for Integrated Power”, or CPLTA for “Capillary Pumped Loop for Terrestrial Applications”.

The distinctive characteristic of the CPLTA is the above location of the reservoir toward by: 6. This paper describes the Cryogenic Capillary Pumped Loop (CCPL) flight experiment, which flew as part of the CRYOTSU payload on STS in late The CCPL flight unit is a miniaturized two-phase fluid circulator for transporting cooling power from cryogenic cooling sources (cryocoolers) to remote cryogenic components.

During the 9-day flight Cited by: 8. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF A CAPILLARY PUMPED LOOP TOWARDS ITS INTEGRATION ON A SCIENTIFIC MICROSATELLITE R. Riehl♦, H.

Camargo, L. Heinen, E. Bazzo Combustion and Thermal Systems Engineering Laboratory Mechanical Engineering Department – P.O.

Box Federal University of Santa Catarina. on a small-scale Capillary Pump Loop (CPL). A typical design of a CPL is composed of a capillary evaporator, a condenser, a two-phase reservoir, and liquid and vapor lines.

The capillary evaporator generates the required pressure pumping for moving the working fluid from the condenser to the evaporator section. The fundamentalCited by: 1. A planar, silicon mini-capillary pumped loop (CPL) was designed, built, and tested using recent MEMS technology to provide integral cooling and temperature control for electronics.

This design featured three silicon fusion bonded wafers incorporating an evaporator, condenser, liquid line and vapor line, all of which were dry plasma etched. Grooves were etched in the Cited by: 6. Flight experiments of a capillary pumped loop (CPL) aboard the Space Shuttle on both the Get Away Special (GAS) and Hitchhiker-G (H/H-G) carriers are described.

The Capillary Pumped Loop Flight Experiment (CAPL) employs a passive two-phase thermal control system that uses the latent heat of vaporization of ammonia to. The capillary pumped loop (CPL) uses the same basic principle as widely known heat pipe, i.e., closed evaporation–condensation cycle maintained by capillary pumping.

The separation of the liquid and vapor transport lines is a key character of a CPL over a heat by: Focusing on the extensive use of capillary pumping two-phase loops on satellites thermal control, an experimental investigation of a capillary pumped loop (CPL), a thermodynamic study and its integration on a scientific microsatellite has been performed.

The process of manufacturing and characterization of porous structures is also presented. Development of the Micro Capillary Pumped Loop for Electronic Cooling Seok-Hwan Moon, Gunn Hwang Microsystem Team, Electronic and Telecommunications Research Institute, Kajeong-Dong, Yusong-Gu, DaejeonKOREA Email: {shmoon, hwangun}@ Abstract-Electronic devices have been minimized but the.

Based on the physical model of capillary pumped loop (CPL) system, the phenomena of pressure oscillation are simplified and analyzed. From a set of non-linear differential equations, the influence of system parameters on the performance of the CPL is discussed, including the working temperature (the set point), loop resistance, vapor volume by: 1.

A Mechanically Pumped Fluid Loop loop Flight Experiment (MPFL-FX) is proposed to be flown as Technology Demonstrator Program (TDP) on the Alphasat mission.

Under ARTES8 PP pre-development Bradford Engineering is developing and qualifying the single-phase cooling technology for the Alphabus platform.

Development of a Mechanically Pumped Two-Phase CO2 Cooling Loop for the AMS-2 Tracker Experiment A.A.M. Delil, A.A. Woering and B. Verlaat* * National Institute for Nuclear and High-Energy Physics NIKHEF, The Netherlands Presented as SAE during the 32nd Conference on Environmental Systems, at San Antonio, TX, USA, July dictably.

The Capillary Flow Experiments presented here is a simple fundamental scientific study that can yield quantitative results from a safe, low-cost, short time-to-flight, handheld fluids experiments. The experiments aim to provide results of critical interest to the capillary flow community that cannot be achieved in ground-based tests.

The following list of acronyms, though by no means complete, includes many of those used in this document, as well as some that are often found in text associated with Microgravity Science research, and which may be encountered when reviewing references cited in.

where the amount Q of gas flowing in unit time is measured in pressure x volume units, a is the capillary radius, R is the gas constant per gram molecule, T is the absolute temperature, ]MI is the molecular weight of the gas and dp/dx is the axial pressure gradient within the tube.

Study Guide STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. Solanoap Terms in this set (24) In a 2-ton capillary tube system, the unit does not develop full capacity. Heat pressure is low and suction pressure is high. What is the problem. BLANK. This paper deals with certain aspects of convective condensation phenomena and condenser behaviour in capillary-driven cooling loops (CPL or LHP) studied in the LAPLACE laboratory, Toulouse.

The effects of phase distribution, in the condenser, on the stability and the reliability of the whole system were studied. A model is proposed for convective condensation Cited by: previous gas-filled capillary [email protected]–6,12,13#.

The next sections of the paper discuss the generation of the high-power-density capillary discharge plasma columns and the plasma diagnostic measurements, followed by an interpreta-tion of the results based on model simulations.

EXPERIMENTS. the capillary and capsule membranes produce a _____ barrier for fluid movement, and the high blood pressure in the glomerulus forces about 25% of the blood plasma in the _____ basement membrane; proteins. Flight Unit FY Fiscal Year FZCGF Float Zone Crystal Growth Facility (Battelle) FZES Float Zone Experiment System g Gravity g0 normal gravity acceleration at sea-level GaAs Gallium Arsenide GAC Grumman Aerospace Corporation GAS Get-Away-Special GAS Can Get-away Special Canister GAS Can Get-Away-Special Canister GBX Glovebox GC-MS.

Late genesis gas pools are characterized by tall gas columns, with normal downdip apparent gas–water contacts. These tall gas columns generate enough capillary pressure to drain very low-permeability reservoirs and establish gas as the continuous fluid over a very large part of the basin.

At this point, the gasifer is developed. inside a micro/mini capillary tube is revisited to understand the contribution ∆tof meniscus friction and effect of contact angle hysteresis on the pressure required to initiate the motion of liquid plug of different L/D ratio.

Experiments are carried out by injecting a known mass flow rate of air to push the liquid plug from by: 1. 1 Experimental and modeling study of capillary/buoyancy-driven flow of surrogate CO 2 through intermediate-scale sand tanks Luca Trevisan1 Ana Gonzalez-Nicolas2 Abdullah Cihan2 Ronny Pini3 Jens Birkholzer2 Tissa Illangasekare4 1Gulf Coast Carbon Center, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA.

In general capillary pressure is more important in depletion runs than in most displacement runs. It was found that no clear correlation existed between capillary pressure effects and the level of reservoir heterogeneity. Also, fracture gas-oil capillary pressure is important under certain conditions for fractured by: 1.

Simple experiments to confirm the theoretical findings are recommended. Favorable agreement between such experiments and the present theory may argue well for the extension of the analytic results to predict fluid performance in future large length scale capillary fluid systems for spacecraft as well as for small scale capillary systems on by: 5.

PHYSICAL REVIEW E 88, () Capillary channel flow experiments aboard the International Space Station M. Conrath, 1P. Canfield, P. Bronowicki, 1M. Dreyer,* M. Weislogel,2 and A. Grah3 1Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), University of Bremen, Am Fallt Bremen, Germany 2Department of Mechanical.

passive gas‐liquid separations. It also obtains improved design knowledge in the storage and transport of liquids in space. Objective: Capillary Flow Experiment (CFE) is a suite of fluid physics experiments that investigate capillary flows and flows of fluids in containers with complex geometries.

Results will improve current. Capillary Tube as an Expansion Device in a CO2 (R) Transcritical Heat Pump System: /ch Natural refrigerants which are ecologically safe and were in use extensively in the pre-CFC era are witnessing a revival of CO2 (R). Inherently being a lowAuthor: Neeraj Agrawal, Souvik Bhattacharyya.

be more oil-wet than clastics. Figure 2 gives examples of the full capillary pressure loops for rocks of intermediate-wet and oil-wet characteristics. The curves shown in Figure 2 are generated from the capillary pressure function (Eqn. ), with each full loop corresponding to four sets of P c function parameters (i.e., covering forced and File Size: 36KB.

Gravity effect on capillary limit in a miniature loop heat pipe with multiple evaporators and multiple condensers p. 3 Spacecraft thermal management using advanced hybrid two-phase loop technology p. 11 Fabrication and testing of a passive re-deployable radiator for autonomous thermal control p.

19File Size: 13KB. In both cases the standpipe-loop seal arrangement is an important component. A typical standalone CFB consists of a riser, cyclone and standpipe-loop seal arrangement, shown in Fig.

The loop seal acts as a solid pumping device from the low pressure cyclone to the high pressure riser and ensures that riser gas does not take the short cut.

Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics/Escape of gases through capillary tubes. Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics by Michael Faraday Escape of gases through capillary tubes.

to which a condensing gauge was attached. Four atmospheres of the gas to be tried were thrown into it, and then a fine thermometer tube. The capillary rise, Delta h of a liquid in a circular tube, of diameter D, depends on surface tension sigma, and specific weight, gamma, of the fluid.

The significant variables found from dimensional analysis are pi1 = deltah and pi2 = sigma/gammaD2 Show that the II parameters can be manipulated to yield the nondimensional parameters of Example.A two-phase mechanically pumped fluid loop (2-φ MPFL) thermal management system addresses these needs.

A reference mission was developed to illustrate savings associated with such an architecture in terms of system resources, while maximizing the range of planetary science consistent with the Planetary Science Decadal by: 6.Glass capillary tube, calibrated at 60mm Soda Lime Glass Micro-Hematocrit Capillary Tubes.

Globe Scientific glass capillary tubes are designed for both safe blood collection as well as accurate micro-hematocrit determinations. Precision molded, they provide excellent sample. retention during centrifugation.