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Recent developments in gun operating techniques at the NASA Ames ballistic ranges
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||D.W. Bogdanoff, R.J. Miller.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 110387.|
|Contributions||Miller, R. J., Ames Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Ames Research Center (ARC), commonly known as NASA Ames, is a major NASA research center at Moffett Federal Airfield in California's Silicon after Joseph Sweetman Ames and founded on Decem , as the second National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics laboratory, ARC became part of NASA in as part of the turnover from the dissolution of NACA, having (at the last. Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC), Arnold Engineering Development Center before July , located at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee is a ground-based flight test facility operated by the Air Force Test Center.. AEDC's mission is to conduct USAF developmental test and evaluation through modeling, simulation, ground and flight test.
Gun development efforts to increase the launching capabilities of the NASA Ames inch two-stage light-gas gun have been investigated. A gun performance simulation code was used to guide initial parametric variations and hardware modifications, in order to increase the projectile impact velocity capability to 8 km/s, while maintaining. A new research effort called New York Operational Improvements was initiated to address this issue. The research approach has been to develop and refine integrated NextGen trajectory based operations (TBO) that leverage existing NASA and other NextGen technologies to enable precise scheduling and delivery of aircraft along coordinated trajectories.
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Recent developments in gun operating techniques at the NASA Ames ballistic ranges. [D W Bogdanoff; R J Miller; Ames Research Center.]. Recent Developments in Gun Operating Techniques at the NASA Ames Ballistic Ranges.
By R. Miller and D. Bogdanoff. Abstract. This paper describes recent developments in gun operating techniques at the Ames ballistic range complex. This range complex has been in operation since the early s. Behavior of sabots during separation and Author: R.
Miller and D. Bogdanoff. Recent Developments in Gun Operating Techniques at the NASA Ames Ballistic Ranges This paper describes recent developments in gun operating techniques at the Ames ballistic range complex. This range complex has been in operation since the early s.
Behavior of sabots during separation and projectile-target impact phenomena have long been. The HFFAF is the Agency's only aeroballistic capability and is the only ballistic range in the Nation capable of testing in atmospheres other than air.
Research Overview The Test Complex currently consists of three ranges: the Ames Vertical Gun Range (AVGR), the Hypervelocity Free Flight (HFF) Facilities and the Electric Arc Shock Tube (EAST). brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind.
The report is a comprehensive treatment of the state-of-the-art of ballistic-range testing, written for graduates by members of the staffs of the Hypersonic Free-Flight Branch at NASA-Ames.
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Read More. The report is a comprehensive treatment of the state-of-the-art of ballistic-range testing, written for graduates by members of the staffs of the Hypersonic Free-Flight Branch at NASA-Ames Research Center and the Aerophysics Division of the Defence Research Establishment of Canada.
The capability and potential of ballistic ranges are not as widely appreciated as they deserve to be and the book. NASA, known for such great hits as planting a bunch of flags on the Moon and sending satellites to the far ends of the solar system, is now in the market for a new AR type gun.
Now, these new. Technology Division at NASA Ames Research Center provides testing services for the development and validation of the present and future concepts being developed by NASA and national and International research firms.
The Branch operates two key facilities - the Range Complex and the Arc Jets. The Ranges include both the Ames Vertical Gun Range. GUNS AND BALLISTIC RANGES. The idea of a ballistic range in which a test model could be launched into a body of still air by a gun was not new; in Ames engineers had proposed such a range to NACA management but the proposal had been rejected.
However, the supersonic free-flight tunnel devised by Harvey Allen was in effect a rather. The Ames Vertical Gun Range (AVGR) is a national facility for conducting laboratory-scale investigations of high-speed impact processes.
Dr. Charters took much with him when he left for NASA-Ames Research Center and constructed facilities at that location. Other ranges at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida; Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tennessee; and even Meppen Proving Ground, Germany, can be related to early developments at BRL.
The capability and potential of ballistic ranges are not as widely appreciated as they deserve to be and the book aims to show the opportunities they afford for experimental research in ballistic-missile aerodynamics, to point out the problems involved, to guide the preliminary design of new ballistic ranges, to provide reference material to.Oberg reported back in that NASA keeps the whole gun thing very hush-hush.
Back inCosmonauts reported rough landings in which they encountered blood-thirsty bears.We became truly an astronautically oriented research and development team out at Wallops." The Ames experimenters, on the other hand, were just as firmly convinced that their wind tunnels and ballistic ranges represented the simplest, most economical, and .