By E. F. Westrum Jr. (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)
The 1961 Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee is happy to give the papers of the 1961 Cryogenic Engineering convention. we're thankful to have had the college of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan as our host for the 7th annual assembly of this workforce. The convention Committee in featuring the papers oftbis convention takes this chance to recognize the help of an article Committee within the number of papers for this system. when you consider that over 100 and twenty papers have been submitted, their job of screening and comparing the papers was once a dif ficult one. The Committee guided via G. j. V an Wylen, who additionally served as chair guy of the convention Committee, incorporated R. W. Arnett, B. W. Birmingham, D. B. Chelton, R. j. Corruccini, C. j. Guntner, M. j. Hiza, R. B. jacobs, A. J. Kidnay, R. H. Kropschot, j. Macinko, D. B. Mann, R. P. Mikesell, R. L. Powell, J. R. Purcell, R. P. Reed, R. j. Richards, A. F. Schmidt, R. B. Stewart, and ok. A. Warren.
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10), so that the surface of the minimum area is not tangent to the lip. The lip rotation is a consequence of the pressure difference, and it creates a centrifugal force which produces a small gravitational field forcing the liquid against the tank wall and drawing the vapor bubble toward the axis. This device will partially eliminate the escape of the liquid, and may adequately solve the venting problem. References 1. W. Unterberg and J. T. Congelliere, "Zero-Gravity ProblemsinSpace Powerplants -A Status Survey, • Rocketdyne, A Division of North American Aviation, lnc.
Fig. 8. Time of climb. that the liquid clirnbs a distance y along the wall during a period of For a system with contact angle zero, it is expected that seconds. where aLs, asv, and aVL are the surface tensions of liquid-ta-solid, solid-to-vapor, and vapor-to-liquid [8, p. 356]. Denoting the acceleration of climb by a, one finds y = (31) Y, at 2 where a = forcejrnass ~ F/m. Since there is no gravity and the viscosity of cryogenic liquids is srnall, we can assurne that (32) where b 0 is the radius of curvature of the stable configuration at a constant.
A short motion picture taken during a drop test conducted at Astronautics by Steinle demonstrates good agreement between theory and experiment. Mechanical Disturbances Because of changing directions of a spacecraft under rocket control its liquid fuel is subjected to mechanical disturbances. The effects of pitch, yaw, and roll were found to push the liquidaway anddraw the vapor toward the axis of rotation. Oscillation and Decay. 1t is of interest to investigate the period of oscillation and the time of decayofabubble.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceedings of the 1961 Cryogenic Engineering Conference University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan August 15–17, 1961 by E. F. Westrum Jr. (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)