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|Other titles||Self pressurization of a flightweight liquid...|
|Statement||M.M. Hasan, C.S. Lin and N.T. Van Dresar.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 103804.|
|Contributions||Lin, C. S. 1934-, Van Dresar, Neil T., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Self-Pressurization of a Flightweight Liquid Hydrogen Storage Tank Subjected to Low Heat Flux,” NASA TM Report No. Dresar, N. V., Lin, C., and. Hasan, M., , “ Self-Pressurization of a Flightweight Liquid Hydrogen Tank: Effects of Fill Level at Low Wall Heat Flux,” NASA TM Report No. Cited by: The application of satellite technology in the Internet of Things (IOT) can just make up for the defects of the ground system for its wide coverage and . A spherical tank is subjected to a uniform and constant wall heat flux. It is assumed that a vapor bubble is located in the tank center such that the liquid-vapor interface and tank wall form two. Experiments have been conducted to investigate the effect of fluid mixing on the depressurization of a large liquid hydrogen storage tank. The test tank is approximately ellipsoidal, having a.
Compressed hydrogen storage tanks, liquid hydrogen storage tanks, and containment systems for hydrides are examined to compare their advantages, disadvantages, and potential for onboard and stationary hydrogen storage systems. Self-Pressurization of a Flightweight Liquid Hydrogen Storage Tank Subjected to Low Heat Flux,” Cryogenic Heat Cited by: Simulation of brush insert for leading-edge-passage convective heat transfer [microform] / R.C. Hendricks [et al.] ; prepared for the Fourth International Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Heat and Mass Transfer sponsored by the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, July , Format. Full text of "Hydrogen energy: A bibliography with abstracts. Cumulative volume, - " See other formats. Results are presented for an experimental investigation of self-pressurization and thermal stratification of a cu m liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage tank subjected to low heat flux (, , and W/sq m) under normal gravity conditions. Tests were performed at fill levels of 83 to 84 percent (by volume).
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