SPL Library (Publications, Papers etc.)
last update 15. August 2011
 
Here a collection of publications, software etc.  they could be interesting for our visitors. Some are written by SPL members some are just links to other sites.
SPL Publications ESA Papers AIAA Papers
NASA (SP-Publications, Others) Others (Patents, NACA etc) Internal (not even the listing is public)
 
SPL Publications
Publications / Student Projects


Various publications:

  • Safety of Nitrous oxide N2O in rocketry. Presentation given in the frame of the 4th AMRAS symposium. PDF english, PDF german, also have a look at Rick Newlands great paper about hybrid safety (mainly nitrous related stuff)
  • Ignition!: : An informal history of liquid rocket propellants, by John D. Clark. Probably one of the most important book for people involved in liquid rocket propulsion. Very informative but also very entertaining. Out of print, but it can still be ordered as a reprint from UMI. We scanned and edited it because we wanted it in an electronical form, so we can search in it. Since it's still copyright protected we only grant access to this dokument for our internal members. PDF (2.8 MB), Word (1.6 MB) HTML (1.6 MB)
  • Project Enterprise. In the frame of the recently started project ENTERPRISE with our partner Talis-Institut (sorry, you will see nothing if Javascript is disabled) we wrote a german overview of our work. Just go to the Talis webpage and choose the link to the Project Enterprise (sorry, no permalink on the site) and our report in the september edition of the Talis online magazine T.I.M. (A local copy of our article: as a HTML or PDF document)
  • Reusable Rocket Propulsion for Space Tourism Vehicles, Doug Jones from XCOR mentions our 2.5 kN LOX/Ethanol engine in the frame of the 40th AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, PDF-File, 500 kByte, English
  • Preliminary design for a sound suppressing system for the SPL rocket engine test facility, Gianni Ermini about rocket noise and how to avoid problems with our neighbourhood PDF-File, 306 kByte, German
  • SPL-Flyer, as presented on the Spaceforum 2001 held by the Swiss Astronautics Association (a bit outdated) PDF-File, 580 kByte, German
  • SPL, an Introduction (powerpoint 7 MByte, PDF 2.5 MByte), updated version 3.2007


Student projects:

  • Development of a water-cooled rocket nozzle (Mark Vujicic and Justin Mercier at HEPIA 2016). The job includes designing the nozzle, its cooling jacket as well as the outer shell which houses all the components. The whole construction will have to fit in to the combustion chamber, which already exists and was developed by SPL. To help with choosing the most optimized cooling settings, different simulations of the nozzle were run using mainly three software's (PTC Creo Parametrics, Rocket Propulsion Analysis and ANSYS Fluent 14.5).. The full report as PDF 8 MByte (including workshop drawings) . Designing and building of a stage separation mechanism (Thesis of Mr. M. Vögelin and Mr. P. Frey at FHNW (former FHBB) 2007). The students worked out several variants for a stage separation mechanism which can be used on rockets with a diameter of 300 mm like X-Bow I or AUSROC 2.5. It can also be used to deploy recovery equipment. Thsi is the final desgn. The full report as PDF 5 MByte, german (without workshop drawings) . Handout as presented at the exhibition. See the news entry from 21. February 2007
  • Construction of a Curtis impulse turbine to drive turbo pumps (Thesis of Mr. L. Lehmann and Mr. M. Kneier at FHBB, 2006). The full report will be available soon.
  • Designing and building of a stage separation mechanism (Thesis of Mr. C. Schulthess at FHBB, 2006). This is a continuation of the last years work. The full report will be available soon.
  • Designing and building of a stage separation mechanism (Thesis of Mr. R. Buser and Mr. A. Maritz at FHBB, 2005). The students worked out several variants for a stage separation mechanism which can be used on rockets with a diameter of 300 mm like X-Bow I or AUSROC 2.5. It can also be used to deploy recovery equipment. The full report as PDF 10 MByte, german (without workshop drawings) . Handout as presented at the exhibition.
  • Construction of a test bench for small turbines (Thesis of Mr. A. Hostettler and Mr. F. Jacot at FHBB, 2005). The goal of this student project at FHBB was the design, building and testing of a test bench where modified turbines of automotive turbo chargers can be tested as a power plant for turbo pumps. Our long term intention is a small low cost turbo pump for small rocket engines. Interim report: PDF-File, 1.3 MByte, German, Final report (2 MByte, German, without workshop drawings), Handout as presented at the exhibition.
  • Designing, building and testing of a regenerative cooled combustion chamber with 2.5 kN/560 lbs thrust (Thesis of Mr. G. Ermini and Mr. F. Kaiser at FHBB, 2002). The students have analysed the heat flux through the chamber walls and the heat transfer into the coolant (water, kerosene and pure ethanol) . They have also developed a code to optimise the size and shape of the cooling channels. PDF-File, 2.3 MByte, German Addendum: There are some miscalculations in the heat flux calculations!
  • Analysis of the behavior of various injection systems in a high-pressure environment (cold spray test into a chamber). Investigation of the size, speed and distribution of droplets injected into a test chamber (Thesis of  Mr. Martin Lüthi and Mr. Christian Muser at FHBB, 2000) PDF-File, 1.4 MByte, German
Patents
  • Device for Pressurizing Propellant Tanks (Patent pending)
    After a series of successful prototype tests we filed our first patent application for a new Tridyne pressurization system, with a wide commercial and military application area. The patent has been lodged at the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property at the 16th February. It is thought to be flown in ASRI's AUSROC 2.5. A brief description can be found
    here.
 
Papers from external organizations (Mostly NASA, AIAA, ESA or NACA)
NOTE:
1. November 2002: Several reasons brought us to the decision to close the public download. The download remains open for associated members and persons well known to us. Nevertheless, if you really need a paper we can maybe send it to you by e-mail. Our publication pages act also as an internal library of SPL, so some publications are not publicly available due the copyright or other reasons. The NASA SP series are available from NASA direkt!
ESA PAPERS (and other european organisations)
AIAA-PAPERS and STANDARDS
Various publications:

AIAA-Standards:

NASA-PAPERS (Scroll down for complete list)

The NASA SP series are available from NASA direkt!

OTHER PAPERS

 
NASA-PAPERS, detailed listing

NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA PAPERS (locally stored files for SPL members CLICK HERE)

  • NASA/SP-8001-REV, Cole Jr.*, H.A. and Erickson*, A.L. and Rainey**, A.G., Buffeting during atmospheric ascent, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *Ames Research, **Langley Research Center, May, 1964, pp. 19, Format(s): PDF 1437k
  • NASA/SP-8002, Flight-loads measurements during launch and exit, NASA (Washington, DC, United States), December, 1964, pp. 8, Format(s): PDF 649k
  • NASA/SP-8003, Flutter, buzz, and divergence, NASA (Washington, DC, United States), July, 1964, pp. 10, Format(s): PDF 941k
  • NASA/SP-8004, Dowell*, E.H., Panel flutter, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (STRUCTURES), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *Princeton University, Langley Research Center, June, 1972, pp. 51, Format(s): PDF 4933k
  • NASA/SP-8005-REV, Solar electromagnetic radiation, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1971, pp. 34, Format(s): PDF 3324k
  • NASA/SP-8006, Local Steady Aerodynamic Loads During Launch and Exit, NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1965, pp. 12, Format(s): PDF 1884k
  • NASA/SP-8007, Seide*, P. and Weingarten*, V. I. and Peterson**, J.P., Buckling of thin-walled circular cylinders, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *University of Southern California, **NASA Langley Research Center., September, 1965, pp. 56, Format(s): PDF 4550k
  • NASA/SP-8008, Prelaunch ground wind loads, NASA (Washington, DC, United States), November, 1965, pp. 16, Format(s): PDF 2298k
  • NASA/SP-8009, Propellant slosh loads, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), August, 1968, pp. 30, Format(s): PDF 2591k
  • NASA/SP-8010, Models of Mars' atmosphere (1974), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, December, 1974, pp. 53, Format(s): PDF 5284k
  • NASA/SP-8011, Models of Venus atmosphere (1972), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (ENVIRONMENT), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD, United States), September, 1972, pp. 63, Format(s): PDF 3615k
  • NASA/SP-8012, Archer, J.S., Natural vibration modal analysis, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center., September, 1968, pp. 34, Format(s): PDF 2059k
  • NASA/SP-8013, Cour-Palais, B.G., Meteoroid environment model - 1969 [near earth to lunar surface], NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1969, pp. 35, Format(s): PDF 2294k
  • NASA/SP-8014, Sherman*, M.M., Entry thermal protection, NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), *Philco-Ford Corporation, August, 1968, pp. 37, Format(s): PDF 2252k
  • NASA/SP-8015, Guidance and navigation for entry vehicles, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), November, 1968, pp. 47, Format(s): PDF 3155k
  • NASA/SP-8016, Effects of structural flexibility on spacecraft control systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), April, 1969, pp. 47, Format(s): PDF 2829k
  • NASA/SP-8017, Harris, M. and Lyle, R., Magnetic fields - Earth and terrestrial, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD, United States), March, 1969, pp. 70, Format(s): PDF 4088k
  • NASA/SP-8018, Spacecraft magnetic torques, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Electronics Research Center (Cambridge, MA, United States), March, 1969, pp. 55, Format(s): PDF 2847k
  • NASA/SP-8019, Weingarten*, V.I. and Seide*, P., Buckling of thin-walled truncated cones, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center and *University of Southern California, September, 1968, pp. 32, Format(s): PDF 1324k
  • NASA/SP-8021, Models of earth's atmosphere (90 to 2500 km), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD, United States), March, 1973, pp. 63, Format(s): PDF 3787k
  • NASA/SP-8022, Goldman*, R.L., Staging loads - Space vehicle design criteria, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center and *Research Institute for Advanced Studies, February, 1969, pp. 30, Format(s): PDF 1493k
  • NASA/SP-8023, Lunar surface models NASA space vehicle design criteria /Environment/, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (Huntsville, AL, United States), May, 1969, pp. 60, Format(s): PDF 2726k
  • NASA/SP-8024, Spacecraft gravitational torques, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (Huntsville, AL, United States), May, 1969, pp. 51, Format(s): PDF 2401k
  • NASA/SP-8025, Solid rocket motor metal cases, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical Propulsion), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), April, 1970, pp. 103, Format(s): PDF 6664k
  • NASA/SP-8026, Spacecraft star trackers, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), Kollsman Instrument Corp. (Elmhurst, NY, United States), July, 1970, pp. 69, Format(s): PDF 3670k
  • NASA/SP-8027, Spacecraft Radiation Torques, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), October, 1969, pp. 41, Format(s): PDF 2307k
  • NASA/SP-8028, Entry Vehicle Control, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Electronics Research Center (Cambridge, MA, United States), November, 1969, pp. 51, Format(s): PDF 2390k
  • NASA/SP-8029, Aerodynamic And Rocket-Exhaust Heating During Launch And Ascent, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), May, 1969, pp. 33, Format(s): PDF 2173k
  • NASA/SP-8030, Transient Loads From Thrust Excitation, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), February, 1969, pp. 28, Format(s): PDF 1320k
  • NASA/SP-8031, Slosh Suppression NASA Space Vehicle Design Criteria, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1969, pp. 36, Format(s): PDF 2123k
  • NASA/SP-8032, Buckling Of Thin-Walled Doubly Curved Shells, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), August, 1969, pp. 36, Format(s): PDF 1535k
  • NASA/SP-8033, Spacecraft Earth Horizon Sensors, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), December, 1969, pp. 49, Format(s): PDF 2682k
  • NASA/SP-8034, Spacecraft Mass Expulsion Torques, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), December, 1969, pp. 39, Format(s): PDF 2063k
  • NASA/SP-8035, Wind Loads During Ascent, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1970, pp. 36, Format(s): PDF 2122k
  • NASA/SP-8036, Effects Of Structural Flexibility On Launch Vehicle Control Systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance and Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), Massachusetts Inst. of Tech. (Cambridge, MA, United States), February, 1970, pp. 51, Format(s): PDF 2953k
  • NASA/SP-8037, Assessment and Control of Spacecraft Magnetic Fields, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), September, 1970, pp. 30, Format(s): PDF 1699k
  • NASA/SP-8038, Meteoroid Environment Model, 1970 - Interplanetary and Planetary, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (Houston, TX, United States), October, 1970, pp. 69, Format(s): PDF 3858k
  • NASA/SP-8039, Solid Rocket Motor Performance Analysis and Prediction, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical Propulsion), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1971, pp. 113, Format(s): PDF 6465k
  • NASA/SP-8040, Tiffany*, C.F., Fracture Control of Metallic Pressure Vessels, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *Boeing Co. (Seattle, WA, United States), May, 1970, pp. 65, Format(s): PDF 4610k
  • NASA/SP-8041, Captive-fired testing of solid rocket motors , NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical Propulsion), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), March, 1971, pp. 101, Format(s): PDF 8064k
  • NASA/SP-8042, Meteoroid Damage Assessment, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1970, pp. 50, Format(s): PDF 2835k
  • NASA/SP-8043, Design-Development Testing, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1970, pp. 35, Format(s): PDF 2000k
  • NASA/SP-8044, Qualification Testing, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States),NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), May, 1970, pp. 30, Format(s): PDF 1631k
  • NASA/SP-8045, Acceptance Testing, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States),NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), April, 1970, pp. 34, Format(s): PDF 1688k
  • NASA/SP-8046, Jones*, R. H., Landing Impact Attenuation For Non-Surface-Planing Landers, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *Hughes Aircraft Co. (Culver City, CA, United States), April, 1970, pp. 47, Format(s): PDF 2502k
  • NASA/SP-8047, Spacecraft Sun Sensors, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1970, pp. 42, Format(s): PDF 2495k
  • NASA/SP-8048, Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump Bearings , NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical Propulsion), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), March, 1971, pp. 85, Format(s): PDF 4281k
  • NASA/SP-8049, The Earth's Ionosphere, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), Exotech, Inc. (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1971, pp. 49, Format(s): PDF 2290k
  • NASA/SP-8050, Archer*, J. S., Structural Vibration Prediction, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *TRW Systems Group/TRW Inc., June, 1970, pp. 41, Format(s): PDF 2473k
  • NASA/SP-8051, Solid Rocket Motor Igniters, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical Propulsion), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), June, 1970, pp. 111,
  • NASA/SP-8052, Liquid Rocket Engine Turbopump Inducers, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical Propulsion), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), May, 1971, pp. 107, Format(s): PDF 5966k
  • NASA/SP-8053, Shulman*, H. and Ginell**, W.S, Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects on Materials, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *Teledyne Isotopes, ** McDonnell Douglas Corporation, June, 1970, pp. 48, Format(s): PDF 2519k
  • NASA/SP-8054, Langley*, R.W., Space Radiation Protection, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *McDonnell Douglas Corporation, June, 1970, pp. 50, Format(s): PDF 3021k
  • NASA/SP-8055, Rubin*, S, Prevention of Coupled Structure-Propulsion Instability (POGO), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *The Aerospace Corporation, October, 1970, pp. 51, Format(s): PDF 3160k
  • NASA/SP-8056, Mitchell*, D.H., Flight separation mechanisms, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *TRW Systems Group/TRW Inc., October, 1970, pp. 39, Format(s): PDF 2300k
  • NASA/SP-8057, Structural Design Criteria Applicable to a Space Shuttle, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1972, pp. 99, Format(s): PDF 7231k
  • NASA/SP-8058, Spacecraft Aerodynamic Torques, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance And Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), January, 1971, pp. 37, Format(s): PDF 1760k
  • NASA/SP-8059, Spacecraft attitude control during thrusting maneuvers, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance And Control), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), February, 1971, pp. 51, Format(s): PDF 2970k
  • NASA/SP-8060, Compartment venting, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), November, 1970, pp. 31, Format(s): PDF 1748k
  • NASA/SP-8061, Anschicks*, R.D., Interactions with umbilicals and launch stand, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), *Martin Marietta, August, 1970, pp. 23, Format(s): PDF 1208k
  • NASA/SP-8062, Sherman*, M.M., Entry gasdynamic heating, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), *Philco-Ford Corporation, January, 1971, pp. 60, Format(s): PDF 3339k
  • NASA/SP-8063, Jones*, J.R., Lubrication friction and wear, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), *Hughes Aircraft Co. (Canoga Park, CA, United States), June, 1971, pp. 180, Format(s): PDF 4350k
  • NASA/SP-8064, Solid propellant selection and characterization, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1971, pp. 116, Format(s): PDF 13245k
  • NASA/SP-8065, Tubular spacecraft booms (extendible, reel stored), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1971, pp. 52, Format(s): PDF 5887k
  • NASA/SP-8066, Deployable aerodynamic deceleration systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), June, 1971, pp. 88, Format(s): PDF 9694k
  • NASA/SP-8067, Earth albedo and emitted radiation, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), July, 1971, pp. 48, Format(s): PDF 4761k
  • NASA/SP-8068, Buckling strength of structural plates, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1971, pp. 50, Format(s): PDF 5226k
  • NASA/SP-8069, Divine, N., The planet Jupiter (1970), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), December, 1971, pp. 93, Format(s): PDF 10014k
  • NASA/SP-8070, Spaceborne digital computer systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1971, pp. 82, Format(s): PDF 10187k
  • NASA/SP-8071, Passive gravity-gradient libration dampers, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), February, 1971, pp. 60, Format(s): PDF 3518k
  • NASA/SP-8072, Acoustic loads generated by the propulsion system, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1971, pp. 54, Format(s): PDF 2629k
  • NASA/SP-8073, Solid propellant grain structural integrity analysis, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), June, 1973, pp. 114, Format(s): PDF 6357k
  • NASA/SP-8074, Spacecraft solar cell arrays, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1971, pp. 54, Format(s): PDF 3374k
  • NASA/SP-8075, Solid propellant processing factor in rocket motor design, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), October, 1971, pp. 82, Format(s): PDF 5242k
  • NASA/SP-8076, Solid propellant grain design and internal ballistics, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), March, 1972, pp. 110, Format(s): PDF 6701k
  • NASA/SP-8077, Ostrem, F.E., Transportation and handling loads, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), September, 1971, pp. 48, Format(s): PDF 3035k
  • NASA/SP-8078, Spaceborne electronic imaging systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1971, pp. 71, Format(s): PDF 4257k
  • NASA/SP-8079, Noll*, R. B. and Zvara*, J., Structural interaction with control systems , NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), *Aerospace Systems Inc., November, 1971, pp. 56, Format(s): PDF 3255k
  • NASA/SP-8080, Liquid rocket pressure regulators, relief valves, burst disks, and explosive valves, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1973, pp. 123, Format(s): PDF 7268k
  • NASA/SP-8081, Liquid propellant gas generators, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), March, 1972, pp. 110, Format(s): PDF 11723k
  • NASA/SP-8082, Stress-corrosion cracking in metals, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), August, 1971, pp. 42, Format(s): PDF 4970k
  • NASA/SP-8083, Discontinuity stresses in metallic pressure vessels, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), August, 1971, pp. 69, Format(s): PDF 5595k
  • NASA/SP-8084, Surface atmospheric extremes (launch and transportation areas), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA Marshall Space flight Center (Huntsville, AL, United States), January, 1974, pp. 77, Format(s): PDF 7030k
  • NASA/SP-8085, The planet Mercury (1971), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1972, pp. 63, Format(s): PDF 5873k
  • NASA/SP-8086, Space vehicle displays design criteria, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), March, 1972, pp. 45, Format(s): PDF 5453k
  • NASA/SP-8087, Liquid rocket engine fluid-cooled combustion chambers, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), April, 1972, pp. 120, Format(s): PDF 12865k
  • NASA/SP-8088, Wagner, W. A., Liquid rocket metal tanks and tank components, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), May, 1974, pp. 165, Format(s): PDF 16716k
  • NASA/SP-8089, Gill, G. S., Liquid rocket engine injectors, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), March,1976, pp. 130, Format(s): PDF 13903k
  • NASA/SP-8090, Liquid rocket actuators and operators, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), May, 1973, pp. 158, Format(s): PDF 17926k
  • NASA/SP-8091, The planet Saturn (1970), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1972, pp. 103, Format(s): PDF 6035k
  • NASA/SP-8092, Assessment and control of spacecraft electromagnetic interference, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD, United States), June, 1972, pp. 37, Format(s): PDF 2176k
  • NASA/SP-8094, Liquid rocket valve components, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), August, 1973, pp. 150, Format(s): PDF 8668k
  • NASA/SP-8095, Preliminary criteria for the fracture control of space shuttle structures, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1971, pp. 16, Format(s): PDF 967k
  • NASA/SP-8096, Space vehicle gyroscope sensor applications, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1972, pp. 87, Format(s): PDF 4960k
  • NASA/SP-8097, Liquid rocket valve assemblies, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), November, 1973, pp. 154, Format(s): PDF 8985k
  • NASA/SP-8098, Effects of structural flexibility on entry vehicle control systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1972, pp. 68, Format(s): PDF 4254k
  • NASA/SP-8099, Houbolt, J. C., Combining ascent loads, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), June, 1972, pp. 36, Format(s): PDF 1597k
  • NASA/SP-8100, Liquid rocket engine turbopump gears, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), March, 1974, pp. 117, Format(s): PDF 5495k
  • NASA/SP-8101, Liquid rocket engine turbopump shafts and couplings, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), September, 1972, pp. 130, Format(s): PDF 13343k
  • NASA/SP-8102, Space vehicle accelerometer applications, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Guidance), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), December, 1972, pp. 87, Format(s): PDF 4904k
  • NASA/SP-8103, Palluconi, F. D., The planets Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (1971), NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD, United States), November, 1972, pp. 99, Format(s): PDF 5410k
  • NASA/SP-8104, Structural interaction with transportation and handling systems, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), January, 1973, pp. 41, Format(s): PDF 2200k
  • NASA/SP-8105, Spacecraft thermal control, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), May, 1973, pp. 48, Format(s): PDF 2497k
  • NASA/SP-8107, Turbopump systems for liquid rocket engines, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), August, 1974, pp. 168, Format(s): PDF 9814k
  • NASA/SP-8108, Advanced composite structures, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Structures), NASA Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA, United States), August, 1974, pp. 107, Format(s): PDF 5711k
  • NASA/SP-8109, Liquid rocket engine centrifugal flow turbopumps, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), December, 1973, pp. 116, Format(s): PDF 5847k
  • NASA/SP-8110, Liquid rocket engine turbines, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), January, 1974, pp. 158, Format(s): PDF 8105k
  • NASA/SP-8111, Barrett, M., Assessment and control of electrostatic charges, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Environment), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD, United States), May, 1974, pp. 53, Format(s): PDF 2652k
  • NASA/SP-8113, Liquid rocket engine combustion stabilization devices, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA (Washington, DC, United States), November, 1974, pp. 127, Format(s): PDF 8241k
  • NASA/SP-8114, Solid rocket thrust vector control, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (Chemical), NASA Lewis Research Center (Cleveland, OH, United States), December, 1974, pp. 200, Format(s): PDF 20758k
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