Select... commbulkdraw.jpg conditions.jpg corrprobasso.pdf corrprobasswithspaclaunveh.pdf dousea.jpg mateinspacexpl_080107092258.pdf scan0015rev_080107121909.jpg scan0016rev_080107122152.jpg scan0017rev_080107122437.jpg scan0018rev_080107122725.jpg scan0022rev_080107141349.jpg spc_stnv_000029 spc_stnv_000209 spc_stnv_000221 spc_stnv_000222 spc_stnv_000260 spc_stnv_000441 spc_stnv_000788 spc_stnv_000789 spc_stnv_000790 spc_stnv_000791 spc_stnv_000793
Select... "1965 Publications," Materials Division, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. "Alloy designation" Table. "Common bulkhead drawing." "Conditions contributing to stress corrosion [list] photograph." "Corrosion Problems Associated with Space Launch Vehicles". "Corrosion problems associated with the Saturn space vehicles." "M-45 casting alloy : Gyro stabilizer support." "Materials in space exploration." "Stabilized mechanical properties [table] photograph. "Table V : mechanical properties of aluminum casting alloys." "Ultra high strength composite materials." Double seal insulation [drawing] photograph.
Select... 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph including a table that displays the stabilized mechanical properties of the following alloys: :LA-141 and LAX-933. 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph of a gyro stabilizing support. 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph of a table detailing the tensile strength, tensile yeild, elongation per cent and charpy impact of alloys. 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph that displays a table of two elements and their molecular makeup. Table includes the alloy of LA-141 and LAZ-933. 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph which displays an image that includes the plate, bar and the magnification of the bar to display its molecules. 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph; This is a cutaway drawing of the bulkhead with information about the LH2 tank skin, insulation, Aft LOX bulkhead, 2014-T6 alum skin and fiberglass core. Part of an envelope with photos accompanying C. E. Cataldo paper "Materials in Space Exploration." 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph. A photograph of a list of things contributing to stress corrosion. Referenced by "Materials in Space Exploration." Is part of envelope containing photos accompanying C. E. Cataldo paper "Materials in Space Exploration." 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph.; Drawing contains information about the modified epoxy adhesive, aluminum film, mylar film, perforated phenolic honeycomb core, tank skin, mylar honeycomb core, polyurethane adhesive, weight and thermal conductivity.; Photo negative no. 651746 M-268. A document reporting various space vehicle corrosion issues. Original is photocopy. Corrosion problems associated with space vehicles, in general, are discussed as contrasted to those problems experienced with structures in an earth atmosphere. Primary emphasis is placed on structural alloys in this discussion, although some corrosion failures experienced in various mechanical components are described. General corrosion prevention measures are indicated, and solutions to specific corrosion failures described. Major failures experienced have been attributed to stress corrosion cracking, rather than general or galvanic type corrosion. Most such failures have occurred with only five different materials: three aluminum alloys - 7075-T6, 7079-T6, and 2024-T6; and two precipitation hardening stainless steels - 17-7PH and AM 355. Corrective actions were different in each case, but involved either a complete change to another material, a change to a different temper of the same alloy, or a modification of the heat treatment and/or general processing techniques. General conclusions are that the types of failures described could be avoided by: a more suitable selection of alloys in the initial design, a realistic review of the environments that could be encountered in the service lifetime of the component, lowering stresses, improving process controls, and effecting better familiarization of design personnel with the with the overall stress corrosion problem in an effort to reduce human error.; Preprint 18e.; Materials for re-entry and spacecraft systems - spacecraft materials.; Materials Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 31 - April 4, 1968. This document is a compilation of abstracts of NASA Technical Memorandums and MSFC Internal Notes, written by personnel of the Materials Division and released during 1965. This paper presents a general review of major structural alloys that have been used in liquid rockets and space vehicles, the current state-of-the-art as applied to the Apollo launch vehicle systems, and discusses some materials currently under development for future requirements in vehicles for space exploration. Some aspects of the importance of corrosion resistant materials and suitable protective measures are discussed, as applied to both flight hardware and associated ground support equipment.
Select... Cataldo, C. E. Franklin, D. B. George C. Marshall Space Flight Center George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. Aero-Astrodynamics Laboratory George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. Propulsion & Vehicle Engineering Laboratory. Metallurgical Analysis Section. Materials Division, Metallic Materials Branch George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. Propulsion & Vehicle Engineering Laboratory.Metallurgical Analysis Section. Materials Division, Metallic Materials Branch. National Aeronautics and Space Administration United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Williamson, J. G.