Priorities for Microgravity Combustion Research and Goals for Workshop Discussions
- Faeth, Gerard M.
- Feb 1, 1993.
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- Several concerns motivate fundamental research: combustion-generated pollutants are re-emerging as a major problem, new combustion technologies are needed for effective energy utilization, municipal and hazardous waste incineration are needed to replace landfills and storage, new combustion technologies are needed for advanced aircraft and spacecraft propulsion systems, and current understanding of fires and explosion hazards is limited - particularly for space-craft environments. Thus, it is of interest to determine how experimentation using microgravity facilities can advance research relevant to these problems.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19930010997., Accession ID: 93N20186., and NASA. Lewis Research Center, The Second International Microgravity Combustion Workshop; p 67-71.
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