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Environmental Control for Civil Supersonic Transport

2011-08-10
CURRENT
AIR746C
This document supplements ARP85, to extend its use in the design of ECS for supersonic transports. The ECS provides an environment controlled within specified operational limits of comfort and safety, for humans, animals, and equipment.
Technical Paper

Pneumatics for Supersonic Transport

1963-01-01
630223
With the advent of the supersonic transport accessory power system, designers will be faced with a quantum jump in power requirements and environmental conditions. ...The requirements and operating conditions for secondary power on the supersonic transport are discussed and subsystem designs are presented.
Technical Paper

Kerosene Fuels for Supersonic Transport

1964-01-01
640214
In order for the supersonic transport to be economically feasible, the cost of the fuel should be essentially equivalent to ASTM type A and type A-1 prices. ...The results of the survey indicated that some of the commercial aviation kerosene fuel being supplied to the commercial subsonic jets of today may be satisfactory for use in the supersonic transport.
Technical Paper

The Challenge of Materials for the Supersonic Transport

1965-02-01
650789
General technical requirements are presented which led to the selection of titanium alloys as the basic structural material for a Mach 2.7 supersonic transport. Discussion includes important material properties such as strength, toughness, corrosion and stress corrosion resistance, metallurgical stability, and fatigue.
Technical Paper

Supersonic Transports-Life in the Heat Thicket

1962-01-01
620449
With the supersonic airplane's skin hot enough to broil a steak, the cabin atmosphere inside has to be as comfortable and safe as it is in subsonic jet transports.
Technical Paper

Scheduling the Supersonic Transport

1964-01-01
640527
New light is shed on the problems of achieving profitable use of the SST's annual seat mile capability and the difficulties in developing a schedule pattern minimizing adverse effects of necessary subsonic segments. The supersonic is considered in terms of acceptable schedule times versus optimum utilization, fixed costs as related to purchase price and amortization, and break-even load factors versus capacity generated and per mile operating costs.
Technical Paper

SUPERSONIC BOMBER PROPULSION PROBLEMS

1956-01-01
560276
This paper outlines some of the problems of installing engines on the first supersonic bomber. Emphasis is on the new problems. The treatment is more historical and philosophical than technical.
Technical Paper

Supersonic Cruise Technology Roadmap

1986-11-01
861685
One of the three National Aeronautical R&D Goals of the President's Office of Science and Technology Policy was the attainment of long-distance supersonic cruise capability. NASA was asked to lead the development of a “Technology Roadmap” for this goal.
Technical Paper

Fuel for the Supersonic Transport

1965-02-01
650297
Potential fuel system problems peculiar to the supersonic transport such as fuel boiling, spontaneous ignition, deposit formation, lubricity, and combustion characteristics are reviewed.
Technical Paper

SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT CONSIDERATIONS

1975-02-01
750632
The impact of supersonic commercial service to be provided by the Concorde and TU 144 SST is going to demonstrate throughout the world the advantages offered by supersonic travel for both business and recreation. ...The impact of supersonic commercial service to be provided by the Concorde and TU 144 SST is going to demonstrate throughout the world the advantages offered by supersonic travel for both business and recreation. Public acceptance will stimulate interest to proceed with a second generation design that meets updated economic and ecological standards.
Technical Paper

Supersonic STOVL Research Aircraft

1982-02-01
821375
Two powered-lift concepts, the tandem fan and the longitudinally-arrayed ejector, are integrated with two existing fighter aircraft, the F-l4A and F-16A respectively, to indicate the benefits and/or penalties involved with providing STOVL capability to CTOL aircraft. It is shown that properly designed powered-lift aircraft can achieve either comparable or superior mission performance relative to CTOL aircraft.
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