The report contains papers presented at the Sixth AFOSR Symposium on Advanced Propulsion Concepts, held at the Bell Aerospace Company, Niagara Falls, New York, 4-6 May 1971. Papers are directed toward providing an assessment of current research involving advanced propulsion concepts, and to systems forecasting from the viewpoint of science and engineering middle-management in aerospace industry, Federal agencies and Department of Defense laboratories. Symposium sections emphasized turbine and ramjet propulsion; air augmented rockets; chemical rockets and hybrids, solid and liquid; space power; nuclear propulsion; and electric propulsion. Volume 2 is classified. (Author).Upon entering eclipse or application of loads in excess of the solar array power output, the battery discharges initially through ... The discharging of the battery automatically sets the charger logic to provide the C/5 charge rate (i.e., about 10 amps for lKw ... At end of active charge, as indicated by the auxiliary electrode signal, the voltage limit is lowered to control overcharging. ... of use of high reliability/low susceptibility components, proper circuit design, and appropriate redundancy.
|Title||:||Proceedings of the Sixth AFOSR Symposium on Advanced Propulsion Concepts|
|Author||:||United States. Air Force. Office of Scientific Research, Bell Aerospace Company|