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Cover PageTitle PageAbstractNomenclatureIntroductionThe Aerospike Rocket EngineExperiment Flight Test ObjectivesThe Flight Test TeamExperiment DescriptionSR-71 Description and ModificationsLinear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment HardwareGround TestingFlight Test PreparationsFlight Simulation and Flight PlanningFlight TestingSample Flight Test Results and AnalysisStability and ControlTransonic PerformanceStructural LoadsStructural DynamicsPropellant Feed System and Aerospike Rocket Engine PerformanceConcluding RemarksReferencesReport Document PageSee discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/2421935Flight testing the linear aerospike SR-71 experiment (LASRE)Article · November 1998Source: CiteSeerCITATIONS3READS2,6569 authors, including:Some of the authors of this publication are also working on these related projects:Hypersonic Waveriders View projectHypersonics View projectStephen CordaDolphin Aerospace and Ocean Sciences19 PUBLICATIONS290 CITATIONSSEE PROFILEAll content following this page was uploaded by Stephen Corda on 28 October 2018.The user has requested enhancement of the downloaded file.NASA/TM-1998-206567 Flight Testing the Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE) Stephen Corda, Bradford A. Neal, Timothy R. Moes, Timothy H. Cox, Richard C. Monaghan, Leonard S. Voelker, Griffin P. Corpening, and Richard R. LarsonDryden Flight Research CenterEdwards, CaliforniaBruce G. PowersAnalytical Services and Materials, Inc.Hampton, Virginia September 1998The NASA STI Program Office . . . in Profile Since its founding, NASA has been dedicatedto the advancement of aeronautics and space science. The NASA Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program Office plays a keypart in helping NASA maintain thisimportant role.The NASA STI Program Office is operated byLangley Research Center, the lead center forNASA’s scientific and technical information.The NASA STI Program Office provides access to the NASA STI Database, the largest collectionof aeronautical and space science STI in theworld. The Program Office is also NASA’s institutional mechanism for disseminating theresults of its research and development activities. These results are published by NASA in theNASA STI Report Series, which includes the following report types:• TECHNICAL PUBLICATION. Reports of completed research or a major significantphase of research that present the results of NASA programs and include extensive dataor theoretical analysis. Includes compilations of significant scientific and technical data and information deemed to be of continuing reference value. NASA’s counterpart of peer-reviewed formal professional papers but has less stringent limitations on manuscriptlength and extent of graphic presentations.• TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM. Scientificand technical findings that are preliminary orof specialized interest, e.g., quick releasereports, working papers, and bibliographiesthat contain minimal annotation. Does notcontain extensive analysis.• CONTRACTOR REPORT. Scientific and technical findings by NASA-sponsored contractors and grantees.• CONFERENCE PUBLICATION. Collected papers from scientific andtechnical conferences, symposia, seminars,or other meetings sponsored or cosponsoredby NASA.• SPECIAL PUBLICATION. Scientific,technical, or historical information fromNASA programs, projects, and mission,often concerned with subjects havingsubstantial public interest.• TECHNICAL TRANSLATION. English- language translations of foreign scientific and technical material pertinent toNASA’s mission.Specialized services that complement the STIProgram Office’s diverse offerings include creating custom thesauri, building customizeddatabases, organizing and publishing researchresults . . . even providing videos.For more information about the NASA STIProgram Office, see the following:• Access the NASA STI Program Home Pageat http://www.sti.nasa.gov • E-mail your question via the Internet to [email protected]• Fax your question to the NASA Access HelpDesk at (301) 621-0134• Telephone the NASA Access Help Desk at(301) 621-0390• Write to:NASA Access Help DeskNASA Center for AeroSpace Information7121 Standard DriveHanover, MD 21076-1320NASA/TM-1998-206567 Flight Testing the Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE) Stephen Corda, Bradford A. Neal, Timothy R. Moes, Timothy H. Cox, Richard C. Monaghan, Leonard S. Voelker, Griffin P. Corpening, and Richard R. LarsonDryden Flight Research CenterEdwards, CaliforniaBruce G. PowersAnalytical Services and Materials, Inc.Hampton, Virginia September 1998 National Aeronautics andSpace AdministrationDryden Flight Research CenterEdwards, California 93523-0273NOTICE Use of trade names or names of manufacturers in this document does not constitute an official endorsementof such products or manufacturers, either expressed or implied, by the National Aeronautics andSpace Administration.Available from the following:NASA Center for AeroSpace Information (CASI) National Technical Information Service (NTIS)7121 Standard Drive 5285 Port Royal RoadHanover, MD 21076-1320 Springfield, VA 22161-2171(301) 621-0390 (703) 487-4650*Stephen Corda, Aerospace Engineer, Propulsion and Performance Branch, (805) 258-2103, [email protected]†Bradford A. Neal, Aerospace Engineer, Operations Engineering Branch, (805) 258-3204, [email protected]‡Timothy R. Moes, Aerospace Engineer, Aerodynamics Branch, (805) 258-3054, [email protected]§Timothy H. Cox, Aerospace Engineer, Controls Branch, (805) 258-2126, [email protected]¶Richard C. Monaghan, Aerospace Engineer, Aerostructures Branch, (805) 258-3842, [email protected]#Leonard S. Voelker, Aerospace Engineer, Structural Dynamics Group, (805) 258-3709, [email protected]**Griffin P. Corpening, Aerospace Engineer, Propulsion and Per-formance Branch, (805) 258-2497, [email protected]††Richard R. Larson, Aerospace Engineer, Systems Engineering Branch, (805) 258-3740, [email protected]‡‡Bruce G. Powers, Aerospace Engineer, Analytical Services and Materials, Inc., (805) 258-3732, [email protected] paper is declared a work of the U. S. Government and is not subject to copyright protection in the United States. FLIGHT TESTING THE LINEAR AEROSPIKESR-71 EXPERIMENT (LASRE) Stephen Corda, * Bradford A. Neal, † Timothy R. Moes, ‡ Timothy H. Cox, § Richard C. Monaghan, ¶ Leonard


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