Accession Number : AD0851093
Title : Solid Load Definition Study: The Vibration Environment.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : UTAH UNIV SALT LAKE CITY SOLID ROCKET STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY INFORMATION CENTER
Personal Author(s) : Wagner, Fredrick R.
Report Date : JAN 1969
Pagination or Media Count : 52
Abstract : Directed primarily to those responsible for the specification of loads for solid rocket motors, this report attempts to determine if present load specifications and specification practices are realistic. It concludes that present practices and particularly the resonance dwell requirement are not realistic since they (1) fail to account for the viscoelastic nature of the solid propellant grain, and (2) do not adequately handle the interaction between the rocket, its carrier aircraft, vehicle, etc. A summary of established techniques for predicting vibration environments is given and overall problem of design for dynamic loads is discussed. (Author)
Descriptors : (*SOLID PROPELLANT ROCKET ENGINES, STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES), VIBRATION, SPECIFICATIONS, LOADS(FORCES), RESONANT FREQUENCY, VISCOELASTICITY, STRESSES, ATTENUATION, RESPONSE, STOCHASTIC PROCESSES, TRANSPORTATION, POWER SPECTRA, AERODYNAMIC LOADING, GUST LOADS, INTERACTIONS.
Subject Categories : Mechanics
Solid Rocket Propellants
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE