New findings and instrumentation from the NASA Lewis microgravity facilities

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StatementHoward D. Ross and Paul S. Greenberg.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 103189.
ContributionsGreenberg, Paul S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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Pagination6 p.
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NEW FINDINGS AND INSTRUMENTATION FROM THE NASA LEWIS MICROGRAVITY FACILITIES Howard D. Ross Paul S. Greenberg NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH Several portions of this document are taken verbatim from NASA TM Although some changes or additions have been made, the contributions of the following people are gratefully.

Get this from a library. New findings and instrumentation from the NASA Lewis microgravity facilities. [Howard D Ross; Paul S Greenberg; United States. New findings and instrumentation from the NASA Lewis Microgravity Facility.

By Howard D. Ross and Paul S. Greenberg. Abstract. The study of fundamental combustion and fluid physics phenomena in microgravity enables a new range of experiments to be performed since buoyancy-type flows are nearly eliminated, normally obscured forces and flows may Author: Howard D.

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Ross and Paul S. Greenberg. NASA John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field is a NASA center, located within the cities of Brook Park and Cleveland between Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the Rocky River Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks, with a subsidiary facility in Sandusky, director is Marla E.

Pérez-Davis. Glenn Research Center is one of ten major NASA facilities, whose primary mission is Jurisdiction: Federal government of the United States.

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The designation of the historic site upon which the center is built as Lewis Field celebrates the legacy of George W. Lewis. Today, Lewis Field is a acre site upon which the main campus of the NASA Glenn Research Center is built. The center comprises over buildings, which contain a unique collection of world-class facilities.

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- NASA Lewis Research Center Microgravity Experiments are Prime Customer of STS Shuttle Mission When the Space Shuttle Columbia (STS) is launched on Februthe Lewis Research Center will be its prime customer. Fundamental microgravity science experiments are tasked to the Lewis Microgravity Division.

Academic, industry and government researchers have access to the Lewis ground-based research facilities. The program also supports the conduct of microgravity science experiments on the Shuttle and in the future aboard the International Space Station.

Experiments are conducted in microgravity primarily to add to our store of scientific knowledge and understanding. Their purpose is to acquire critical data and samples needed to test hypotheses and check specific theoretical predictions, and sometimes, to determine how certain phenomena are altered.

(NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH, United States) Abstract: An overview of reduced gravity research performed in NASA ground-based facilities sponsored by the Microgravity Science and Applications Program of the NASA Office of Space Science and Applications is presented.

The Center was renamed once more in At the dawn of the new millennium the Center became the NASA John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field (GRC) in tribute to Ohio Astronaut and U.S. Senator Glenn, and to Dr. George W. Lewis who foresaw the promise of a landmark research facility.

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Detailed information on the drop tower facility can be found in. Each microgravity experiment lasts for s, during which data are collected continuously.

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Langley Research Center (LaRC), founded inis the oldest of NASA's field centers, located in Hampton, focuses primarily on aeronautical research, though the Apollo lunar lander was flight-tested at the facility and a number of high-profile space missions have been planned and designed on-site.

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Tests on laminar diffusion flames of methane and propane were conducted in the Second Drop Tower and the Second Zero-Gravity Facility of the NASA Lewis Research Center. The oxidizing environment consisted of 15 to 50% oxygen in nitrogen at pressures of to atm, to study the influences of pressure and oxygen concentration on.

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