Active chlorine and nitric oxide formation from chemical rocket plume afterburning
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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Afterburning.,
  • Atmospheric diffusion.,
  • Chlorine.,
  • Environment effects.,
  • Exhaust gases.,
  • Nitric oxide.,
  • Ozone depletion.,
  • Reaction kinetics.,
  • Rocket exhaust.,
  • Space shuttle boosters.,
  • Space shuttle main engine.,
  • Stratosphere.

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Edition Notes

StatementD.M. Leone and S.R. Tums.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-197503.
ContributionsTums, S. R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15425892M

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NASA-CR ACTIVE CHLORINE AND NITRIC OXIDE FORMATION FROM CHEMICAL ROCKET PLUME AFTERBURNING D. M. Leone* and S. R. Turns* Propulsion Engineering Research Center Department of Mechanical Engineering The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA // Abstract Chlorine and oxides of nitrogen (NOX) released. Active chlorine and nitric oxide formation from chemical rocket plume afterburning. By D. M. Leone and S. R. Turns. Abstract. Chlorine and oxides of nitrogen (NO(x)) released into the atmosphere contribute to acid rain (ground level or low-altitude sources) and ozone depletion from the stratosphere (high-altitude sources). Rocket engines have Author: D. M. Leone and S. R. Turns. [39] Leone D. M. and Turns S. R., “ Active Chlorine and Nitric Oxide Formation from Chemical Rocket Plume Afterburning,” 32nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Aerospace Sciences Meeting, AIAA, Reston, VA, , pp. 1–Cited by: 5. [12] Leone D. and Turns S., “ Active Chlorine and Nitric Oxide Formation from Chemical Rocket Plume Afterburning,” 32nd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, AIAA Paper , Jan.

Three-dimensional analysis of a radiant furnace-application to nitric oxide decomposition. Active chlorine and nitric oxide formation from chemical rocket plume afterburning.   Chlorine production by particle-catalyzed reaction between rocket-exhaust and ambient-stratospheric 'reservoir species' Plume diffusion and chemical reactions. Active chlorine and nitric oxide formation from chemical rocket plume afterburning.   [48] Leone D. M. and Turns S. R., “ Active Chlorine and Nitric Oxide Formation from Chemical Rocket Plume Afterburning,” 32nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Aerospace Sciences Meeting, AIAA Paper , Link Google Scholar [49] Sánchez A. L. and Williams F. A. afterburning can convert HCl into Cl and other active chlorine. Formation from Chemical Rocket Plume Afterburning, This formation of “free” chlorine could lead to catalytic.

Active Chlorine and Nitric Oxide Formation from Chemical Rocket Plume (). Comparison of Experimental Free-Jet Boundaries with Theoretical Results obtained with the Method of Characteristics, NASA Contractor Report. [Molina et al., ] to effectively convert NO to nitric acid (HNO 3). It should also be noted that provides a means of converting HCl, the primary chlorine species emitted by SRMs [Prather et al., ], to active severe ozone (O 3) loss observed locally in SRM plumes is known to result from reactions involving active chlorine species [Ross et al., a, b].   AIAA 17th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Paper , New Orleans, LA Jan Stewart R. B. and Gomberg R. I. () The production of nitric oxide in the troposphere as a result of solid-rocket- motor afterburning. NASA TN D Twomey S. () Hydroscopic particles in the atmosphere and their identification phase transition. S. Geofis. Although nitric oxide (NO) is thought to be the primary NOy species formed in the Athena solid rocket motor (SRM) and by hot afterburning in the plume, measurements in the plume .