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Transmission research activities at NASA Lewis Research Center

David G. Lewicki

Transmission research activities at NASA Lewis Research Center

by David G. Lewicki

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US Army Aviation Systems Command, Aviation R&T Activity, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [St. Louis, Mo.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lewis Research Center.,
  • Helicopters -- Transmission devices.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.G. Lewicki.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 103132., AVSCOM technical memorandum -- 90-C-006., AVSCOM technical memorandum -- 90-C-6.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., United States. Army Aviation Research and Technology Activity.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17661144M

    Two research activities at NASA Lewis have focused on ways to reduce the transmission error through gear tooth profile modification studies. The first study examined the effects of gear tooth crowning to reduce the transmission error due to gear misalignments (3,4). Spur gears are known to be very sensitive to mis- alignment. transmission research program was established Results of recent activities at NASA Lewis between the NASA Lewis Research Center and the in the areas of gear tooth profile research, U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command in to gear train dynamics research, gear housingCited by: 6.

    A joint helicopter transmission research program between NASA Lewis Research Center and the U.S. Army Research Lab has existed since Research goals are to reduce weight and noise while increasing life, reliability, and safety. Corporate Headquarters Arrowswest Drive Colorado Springs, CO + + Stay Connected.

    NASA Lewis Research Center organized a workshop on technology appl|cable to free-space power transmission (beam power). This workshop took place March , at NASA Lewis Research Center. The objective of the workshop was to create awareness of some of the tech-nologies under development that might be applicable to the beam power concept. A collection of significant accomplishments from the research of the Mechanical Systems Technology Branch at the NASA Lewis Research Center completed during the years is included.


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Transmission research activities at NASA Lewis Research Center by David G. Lewicki Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Transmission research activities at NASA Lewis Research Center. [David G Lewicki; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; United States. Army Aviation Research and Technology Activity.]. The NASA Lewis Research Center and the U.S.

Army Research Laboratory are involved in a joint research program to advance the technology of aerospace transmissions. Within the last six years, a transmission diagnostics research team was formed to address current and future technology barriers in transmission diagnostics.

Get this from a library. Gear and transmission research at NASA Lewis Research Center. [Dennis P Townsend; Lewis Research Center,; U.S. Army Research Laboratory.] -- This paper is a review of some of the research work of the NASA Lewis Research Center Mechanical Components Branch.

It includes a brief review of the NASA Lewis Research Center and the Mechanical. The research topics discussed are crack propagation of gear teeth, gear noise of spiral bevel and other gears, design optimization methods, methods we have investigated for transmission diagnostics, the analytical and experimental study of gear thermal conditions, the analytical and experimental study of split torque systems, the evaluation of.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Townsend, Dennis P. Gear and transmission research at NASA Lewis Research Center (OCoLC) Material Type. The current experimental activities at Lewis consist of full-scale helicopter transmission testing, a base effort In. gearing technology, and a future effort in noise reduction technology.

paper reviews the experimental facilities at Lewis for helicopter transmission Size: 5MB. The gear dynamics research activities at NASA Lewis focus on developing advanced technologies and analytical tools to help achieve the goals of reduced weight, vibration, and noise in future rotorcraft transmissions.

These studies usually involve numerical analysis of a trans-mission system or component using computer modeling techniques. This center has a primary mission to work in aeropropulsion in support of NASA's Aeronautics and Space Transportation Technology Enterprise.

Organized in by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), the forerunner organization to NASA, research efforts at Lewis have impacted every United States aircraft built since the early. Guide to Research in NASA History, irst issued in and written by Alex Roland (second through seventh editions).

As an introduction to the ield of space history, researchers may wish to consult. Critical Issues in the History of Spacelight (NASA SP), edited by Steven J. Dick and Roger D. Launius and published in NASA John H.

Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field is a NASA center, located within the cities of Brook Park and Cleveland between Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the Rocky River Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks, with a subsidiary facility in Sandusky, director is Marla E. Pérez-Davis. Glenn Research Center is one of ten major NASA facilities, whose primary mission is Jurisdiction: Federal government of the United States.

Transmission Research Activities At NASA Lewis Research Center D.G. Lewicki Propulsion Directorate U.S. Army Aviation Research and Technology Activity -AVSCOM Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio ABSTRACT The NASA Lewis Research Center and The U.S.

Army Aviation Systems Command. Army Research Laboratory are involved in a joint research program to advance the technology of aerospace transmissions. Within the last six years, a transmission diagnostics research team was formed to address current and future technology barriers in transmission diagnostics.

The NASA Lewis Research Center (LeRC), established inis one of ten NASA research centers in the country. It is situated on acres of land in Cuyahoga County and occupies more than Author: Ziona Austrian.

The NASA Lewis Research Center and the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command are involved in a joint research program to advance the technology of rotorcraft transmissions. The helicopter has evolved into a highly valuable air mobile vehicle for both military and civilian needs.

The helicopter transmission requires advanced studies to develop a technology base for future rotorcraft advances. A joint helicopter transmission research program between the NASA Lewis Research Center and the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command has existed since Get this from a library.

A review of transmission diagnostics research at NASA Lewis Research Center. [James J Zakrajsek; Lewis Research Center.]. Electric Corporation, under NASA Contract NAS Messrs.

Anglin, P. Sikora, and M. Quatinetz, NASA-Lewis Research Center, functioned as project advisors. The author wishes to acknowledge Mr. Subash Gupta, Utica Division of the Kelsey-Hayes Company, for coordinating the many and varied subcontracted forging experiments, andFile Size: 8MB.

Site: NASA Lewis Research Center Brookpark Road Cleveland, Ohio RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES Project Development and Integration Office—Applied Research Experiments.

(AATT) Program led by NASA Ames Research Center. AATT is an eight year program that began in and ends in The helicopter transmission requires advanced studies to develop a technology base for future rotorcraft advances. A joint helicopter transmission research program between the NASA Lewis Research Center and the U.S.

Army Aviation Systems Command has existed since Program goals are to reduce weight and noise and to increase life and Author: David G. Lewicki and John J. Coy. “A Review of transmission Research at NASA Lewis Research Center,” Technical Report NASA TM, ARL-TR, NASA and the US Army Research Laboratory, December Google Scholar Cited by:.

On October 1,when the NACA dissolved and NASA was born, the lab became part of the new agency and was renamed the NASA Lewis Research Center. On March 1,the Lewis Research Center was officially renamed the NASA John H.

Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field. The name recognizes the contributions of two outstanding men, John H. Glenn.NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER IS 75 THIS YEAR Inthe federal Aircraft Engine Re-search Laboratory set up shop in Cleve-land, Ohio.

This year, and several name changes later, what is now the NASA Glenn Research Center celebrates its 75th anni-versary. As part of the year-long festivities, Glenn’s adjunct Lewis Field main campus.2. SOME GENERAL THOUGHTS FOR A SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE LASER POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM STUDIES - INTRODUCTION.

7 Edmund J. Conway, NASA Langley Research Center 3. PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE USE OF LASERS FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF POWER 15 Donald H. Humes, NASA Langley Research Center 4.