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|Other titles||Hydrogen no vent fill testing in ....|
|Statement||Matthew E. Moran and Ted W. Nyland and Susan L. Driscoll.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 105273|
|Contributions||Nyland, Ted W., Driscoll, Susan L., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Experimental results of no-vent fill testing with liquid hydrogen in a 34 liter stainless steel tank are presented. More than 40 tests were performed with various liquid inlet temperatures, inlet Hydrogen No-Vent Fill Testing in a 34 Liter ( Cubic Foot) Tank | SpringerLinkCited by: 7.
Experimental results of no-vent fill testing with liquid hydrogen in a cubic foot (34 liter) stainless steel tank are presented. More than 40 tests were performed with various liquid inlet temperatures, inlet flowrates, initial tank wall temperatures, and liquid injection by: 6.
Experimental results of no-vent fill testing with liquid hydrogen in a cubic foot (34 liter) stainless steel tank are presented. More than 40 tests were performed with various liquid inlet temperatures, inlet flowrates, initial tank wall temperatures, and liquid injection techniques.
Get this from a library. Hydrogen no-vent fill testing in a cubic foot (34 liter) tank. [Matthew E Moran; Ted W Nyland; Susan L Driscoll; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].
The final fill level is found to be indirectly proportional to the initial wall and inlet liquid temperatures and directly proportional to the inlet liquid flowrate. Furthermore, the top spray is the most efficient no-vent fill method of the three configurations examined.
Comparing the results of an analytical model of the no-vent fill process with no-vent fill test results for a cubic meters ( cubic feet) tank. In: Presented at the 28th joint propulsion conference and exhibit, Nashville, TN, 6–8 July ; sponsored by AIAA, SAE, ASME, and ASEE; Cited by: 1.
No-Vent Fill Testing of Liquid Hydrogen. Pages Anderson, John E. (et al.) Preview Buy Chap19 € Hydrogen No-Vent Fill Testing in a 34 Liter ( Cubic Foot) Tank.
Pages Moran, Matthew E. (et al.) Book Title Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Editors. Ground testing for the no-vent fill of cryogenic tanks: Results of tests for a 71 cubic foot tank Article (PDF Available) July with 99 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: David Chato.
Validation. The ground experiments of no-vent fill, conducted by Wang  and Chato , are used to validate the above computer program models. Table 1 presents the main parameters of the five tests in which the first two tests are with LN 2 as the working liquid and the other three tests are with LH by: 4.
niques on a cubic-meter lightweight liquid hydrogen tank. This tank is similar in size and shape to the tankage planned for CFTO's COLD-SAT liquid hydrogen flight : David Chato.
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John E. Anderson, Paul M. Czysz, Dale A. Fester Dale A. Fester. Pages Hydrogen No-Vent Fill Testing in a 34 Liter ( Cubic Foot) Tank. Matthew E. Moran, Ted W. Nyland, Susan. 2 + 1⁄ 2O 2 In this process, H 2 is gained at the cathode with a purity of virtually % at atmospheric pressure; the contaminates are oxygen and water vapor.
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Hydrogen No-Vent Fill Testing in a 5 Cubic Foot ( Liter) Tank Using Spray Nozzle and Spray Bar Liquid Injection Matthew E. Moran and Ted W. Nyland Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the 28th Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit cosponsored by the AIAA, SAE, ASME, and ASEE Nashville, Tennessee, JulyN/ A GS/Zq N Liquid Transfer Cryogenic Test Facility [microform]: initial hydrogen and nitrogen no-vent fill data / Hydrogen no-vent fill testing in a cubic foot (34 liter) tank [microform] / Matthew E.
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Hydrogen Description Formula: H 2 Gas Data Molecular Weight: Density: kg/m3 @ 25°C, kPa lb/ft3 @ 77°F, psia Specific Volume: m3/kg @ °C, kPa ft3/lb @ 70°F, psia Safety Information LFL in Air: 4% UFL in Air: 74% Shipping Information CAS Registry Number: UN Number: UN File Size: 90KB. 1 Square Foot = Square Inches = Square Meter 1 Square Inch = Square Centimeters 1 Square Meter = Square Feet 1 Square Centimeter = Square Inch UNITS OF VOLUME Cubic Foot = Cubic Inches = US Gallons British Imperial Gallon = US Gallons.
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p a V a = p c V c = constant (1). where. p a = atmospheric pressure ( psia, kPa). V a = volume of the gas at atmospheric pressure (cubic feet, m 3). p c = pressure after compression (psi, kPa). V c = volume of gas after compression (cubic feet, m 3). The potential for tank rupture or high- volume hydrogen release must be accounted for in test setup Powertech has designed & validated a safety system incorporated into the SAE J test setup The Powertech safety system will: 1.
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gm per liter is equivalent to lb. per cubic foot? I calculate it .Testing to date has been to a water depth of 33 feet. Test results exceed the requirements of the American Welding Society Specification D for Class B underwater wet welds and meet the more stringent requirements of the Navy's Naval Ship Technical Manual NSTM The hose most commonly used in the Philadelphia area is a 2 1/2” fire.• Due to hydrogen’s low molecular weight, this gas will diffuse rapidly in a room and will collect near the ceiling.
It is important to only use hydrogen in well ventilated locations. • There must be no more than cubic feet of flammable gases per fire control area unless there are adequate engineering controls. Contact EH&S for anFile Size: KB.