cryogenic propellant

cryogenic propellant

[‚krī·ə′jen·ik prə′pel·ənt]
(materials)
A rocket fuel, oxidizer, or propulsion fluid which is liquid only at very low temperatures.
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Advanced Design and Manufacture of Cryogenic Propellant Tanks for Air Launched Liquid Rockets -- Generation Orbit Launch Services, Inc.
NASA has revealed it recently completed a major space technology development milestone by successfully testing a pressurised, large cryogenic propellant tank made of composite materials.
Washington, July 3 ( ANI ): NASA has recently completed a major space technology development milestone by successfully testing a pressurized, large cryogenic propellant tank made of composite materials.
Selected proposals address technology challenges that may improve astrophysics scientific instruments, oxygen recovery for space life support systems, cryogenic propellant storage for long-duration space exploration, our identification, characterization and protection from near-Earth asteroids.
India earlier made effort to acquire cryogenic propellant technology from Russia in 1992 but the plan didn't bear fruit because of fierce opposition from big powers.
CLEVELAND -- Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced today that its Presto Glenn's cryogenic propellant research center, Gund Arena and the Cleveland Browns Stadium.
WASHINGTON, July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA recently completed a major space technology development milestone by successfully testing a pressurized, large cryogenic propellant tank made of composite materials.
Proposals are sought for science instruments, cryogenic propellant storage for long-duration space exploration, optical coatings for astrophysical pursuits, oxygen recovery for life support systems, and to improve our understanding of and protection from near-Earth asteroids.
The impressive 22-foot diameter LOX tank, a welded aluminum pressure vessel capable of holding more than 33,000 gallons of cryogenic propellant, is ready for assembly into the K-1's first stage.
Mai, an aerospace engineer by training; "Localizing a crack in a epoxy composite cryogenic propellant tank using embedded MEMS sensors or correctly reading a metallic RFID tag embedded within a multilayer composite printed circuit board, buried deep in a loaded pallet present the same clutter rejection challenge.
Brigham City, for Ensuring the Integrity of the Cryogenic Propellant Depot Tank Within the Expected Radiation and Space Debris Environment -- Wasatch Photonics, Inc.
a solid base interfacing with the launch table, including the cryogenic propellant (liquid oxygen/hydrogen) feedlines and launcher checkout umbilical connections.

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