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Nuclear Electric Propulsion Technology panel findings and recommendations
Michael P. Doherty
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Michael P. Doherty.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 105547.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Starting from fundamental physics, Chapter 1 explains the advantages of nuclear energy and explores the performance limits of nuclear propulsion in terms of specific impulse, thrust, power, and mass. Following chapters discuss the tremendous accomplishments of the past and moves into more current by: 8. Nuclear propulsion includes a wide variety of propulsion methods that fulfill the promise of the Atomic Age by using some form of nuclear reaction as their primary power source. The idea of using nuclear material for propulsion dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. In it was hypothesised that radioactive material, radium, might be a suitable fuel for engines to propel cars.
The project includes both nuclear electric propulsion (NEP) and nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) technology development. This report summarizes the efforts of an interagency panel that evaluated NTP technology in Other panels were also at work in on other aspects of nuclear propulsion, and the sixmore». Mission and Nuclear Electric Propulsion System Options Electric Propulsion Technology Options Thermal to Electrical Energy Conversion. Power Management and Distribution (PMAD) The main conclusion (summarized in a Basic Evaluation Matrix) is that there are many factors to take into consideration, many of which are mission dependent.
Their final recommendations are due to NASA in July The plan is based on the availability of nuclear-electric propulsion technology under development in . In , NASA began an R&D effort to develop nuclear power and propulsion systems for solar system exploration. This activity, renamed Project Prometheus in , was initiated because of the inherent limitations in photovoltaic and chemical propulsion systems in reaching many solar system objectives.
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Summarized in this paper are the findings and recommendations of a triagency (NASA/DOE/DOD) panel on Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP) Technology.
NEP has been identified as a candidate nuclear propulsion technology for exploration of the Moon and Mars as part of the Space Exploration Initiative (SEI). The findings are stated in the areas of system and subsystemCited by: 2. Get this from a library.
Nuclear Electric Propulsion Technology panel findings and recommendations. [Michael P Doherty; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Summarized in this paper are the findings and recommendations of a triagency (NASA/DOE/DOD) panel on Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP) Technology.
NEP has been identified as a candidate nuclear propulsion technology for exploration of the Moon and Mars as part of the Space Exploration Initiative (SEI). The findings are stated in the areas of system and subsystem considerations, technology readiness Cited by: 2.
Summarized are the findings and recommendations of a triagency (NASA/DOE/DOD) panel on Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP) Technology.
NEP has been identified as a candidate nuclear propulsion technology for exploration of the Moon and Mars Author: Michael P. Doherty. Summarized are the findings and recommendations of a triagency (NASA/DOE/DOD) panel on Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP) Technology.
NEP has been identified as a candidate nuclear propulsion technology for exploration of the Moon and Mars. Recommendations made by the panel are summarized concerning: (1) existing space nuclear power and propulsion programs, and (2) the proposed multiagency NEP technology.
Findings. Finding 1: Nuclear power and energy have significant roles in space exploration now, and the future for nuclear power has exceptional potential for future space exploration activities. Many missions have been carried out, the very existence of which is owing to the availability of nuclear energy.
There is little doubt that the information from Galileo, Cassini, Magellan, and the Cited by: 5. Internet Archive BookReader SWUS - MSR - MOLTEN SALT REACTOR. Advanced Solar & Nuclear Electric Propulsion Systems for Asteroid Deflection 3 ADVANCED CONCEPTS TEAM Introduction • Near Earth Asteroids (NEAs) pose an impact hazard to Earth • Low probability, high consequences, similar to other natural hazards • Space technology is reaching a sufficient level for a deflection capability within the next File Size: KB.
The fourth section identifies what probable technology limits might be experienced by nuclear propulsion systems and the exploration limitations these technology restrictions might impose.
Where the IAA recommends a change, the IAA leadership should be prepared to work with national and international bodies to implement the desired by: 5.
Specific NEP technology needs are high power, long life nuclear reactors, high power, efficient power conversion, light weight heat rejection systems, high temperature, efficient power management and distribution (PMAD), and long life electric thrusters.
High reliability is re- qLnired for all subsystem technologies. nuclear electric propulsion, nuclear thermal propulsion, public safety concerns, – accidental fuel release, safety guideline recommendations, – space stations, hazards, – Nuclear powered systems adaptability of.
Prometheus Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP). Theory of Propulsion THEORY OF PROPULSION Nuclear propulsion for human exploration: the Mars and Moon case, Future Spacecraft Propulsion Systems[View][Download] 4.
pptA Neptune Vision Mission Using Nuclear Electric Propulsion. Enabling Technology Development. Orbiter. Improved. One of those is space propulsion. In this chapter, we shall firstly given an overview of electric propulsion and then discuss what is considered the likely technology for future Mars missions, nuclear electric and nuclear thermal propulsion schemes derived from the process of : K.
Long. Nuclear rocket engines may be divided into two general classes based on the type of reactor used, i.e., solid-core systems and fluid-core systems. The latter may be further subdivided into liquid- gas- and plasma-core by: 1.
This chapter presents the findings and recommendations developed by the committee in response to its two tasks—(1) identification of a series of promising mission concepts to help define space nuclear systems’ potential to enable major scientific advances and (2) discussion of some of the likely technological, programmatic, societal, and budgetary consequences of the potential applications of nuclear power and propulsion systems.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. A nuclear electric rocket (more properly nuclear electric propulsion) is a type of spacecraft propulsion system where thermal energy from a nuclear reactor is converted to electrical energy, which is used to drive an ion thruster or other electrical spacecraft propulsion technology.
Besides the recommendations of previous WP, the propulsion technologies (high power electric propulsion) in line with 30 kWe and kWe NEP applications shall be developed in parallel with EP energy sources.
In addition the analysis lead by DLR concludes with two. A Comparison of Nuclear Thermal and Nuclear Electric Propulsion for Interplanetary Missions Michael J.
Osenar Faculty Mentor: LtCol Timothy Lawrence Fall A comparison is made between nuclear thermal rockets and nuclear powered electric propulsion systems. Complete missions are designed to be launched by a single Ariane 5 andFile Size: KB. Michael P. Doherty has written: 'Summary and recommendations on Nuclear Electric Propulsion Technology for the Space Exploration Initiative' -- subject- s -: Electric propulsion systems, Nuclear.
High-power electric propulsion of all types is extensively covered. These chapters shows how nuclear power can be engineered into a propulsion system now, not in ten or twenty chapters deal with the legislative and safety issues connected with the use of nuclear power on spacecraft according to UN treaty for Outer Space—issues.PRIORITIES IN SPACE SCIENCE ENABLED BY NUCLEAR POWER AND PROPULSION.
(for nuclear-electric propulsion, scientific instruments, and communications). Make recommendations for an advanced technology development program for long-term future space science mission nuclear power and propulsion capabilities.
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