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Suborbital Science Program Roadmaps Power and Propulsion Technology Working Group (TWG). Robert J. Shaw P&P TWG Lead NASA Glenn Research Center Robert.j.shaw@nasa.gov (216)977-7135. August 6, 2007 Revised Dec. 12, 2007. So What Charts. Mission Envelope Capture.

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Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg
Suborbital Science Program RoadmapsPower and Propulsion Technology Working Group (TWG)

Robert J. Shaw

P&P TWG Lead

NASA Glenn Research Center

Robert.j.shaw@nasa.gov

(216)977-7135

August 6, 2007

Revised Dec. 12, 2007



Mission envelope capture
Mission Envelope Capture

More %envelope expansion possible on manned systems due to age of SOA baselines compared to SOA UAVs

New UAV platforms (eg. tandem fuselage) or qualified operations (eg. mid-air refueling, rotations with data-link x-fer, etc.)

Solar-Regenerative for endurance above ~60 hours; but limited in Solar latitude, altitude, and seasonal operations


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

DoD HEETE Program goals

NASA funded Programs (year 2010, 2025)

Red lines represent existing propulsion on platform is 10% of OEW; Blue lines represent 50% of OEW


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

TPE331-10

PW TF33

CFM56

GE F118

RR AE3007


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

TWG Roadmap Exercise existing SOA benefits


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Propulsion & Power Capability Impacts existing SOA benefits

Our Process “Roadmap”

Mission Objectives (MOs)

"So What's..."

Improved Endurance

Improved Altitude

Improved Range

Improved Solar Latitude

Manned, UAV,

P&P TWG

Improved Payload

Platform

Improved Excess Power

Figures of Merit (FOMs)

"What's"

FOM improvements

(eg. Thrust/Weight, Fuel Consumption, Watts/Area, etc.)

P&P TWG

Technical Performance Metrics (TPMs)

"How's"

TPM improvements

(eg. Material densities, PV efficiency, Max Temperature/Life, etc.)

TPM improvements

TPM improvements

TPM improvements

TPM improvements

TPM improvements


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

UAV Platforms existing SOA benefits

?

“Best Achievable per Figures of Merit”

Information reconciled using NASA quotes, Websources, and Jane's Manuals



Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Manned Aircraft existing SOA benefits

?

“Best Achievable per Figures of Merit”

Information reconciled using NASA quotes, Websources, and Jane's Manuals



Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

Turbine Engine Focus

DRAFT

Future Programs TBD

DoD VAATE Program-HEETE element*

25% TSFC reduction relative to baseline turbine engines

(TRL6)

*VAATE-Versatile Advanced Affordable Turbine Engine

HEETE-Highly Efficient Embedded Turbine Engine

Sfc reductions (current and new turbine systems) will result in range, endurance, and payload improvements

NASA Fundamental Aeronautics relevant technology contributions

TSFC Improvement

Incremental improvements to current turbine engine systems

(Typically 1% sfc improvement per year

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

Turbine Engine Focus

DRAFT

Future Programs TBD

DoD VAATE Program-HEETE element*

50% T/W reduction relative to baseline turbine engines

(TRL6)

*VAATE-Versatile Advanced Affordable Turbine Engine

HEETE-Highly Efficient Embedded Turbine Engine

T/W reductions (current and new turbine systems) will result in range, endurance, and payload improvements

NASA Fundamental Aeronautics relevant technology contributions

T/W Improvement

Incremental improvements to current turbine engine systems

(Typically X% T/W improvement per year

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

Turboprop Engine Focus

DRAFT

TPM Improvement

NASA High Altitude Propeller Research

TRL5

How can we show external to NASA accomplishments?

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

IC Engine Focus

DRAFT

TPM Improvement

NASA High Altitude Propeller Research

TRL5

How can we show external to NASA accomplishments?

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

Fuel-Cell Focus

DRAFT

?

NASA H2:O2 Regen Fuel Cell

400 WH/kg

100 WH/kg

TRL6

?

NASA H2:O2 PEM Fuel Cell (Primary)

TRL6

NASA Bi Electrode Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

TPM Improvement

TRL4

How can we show external to NASA accomplishments?

Need cool graphics!!!!!!!!

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

Solar (pV) Focus

DRAFT

TRL3

NASA Photovoltaic Research

TPM Improvement

How can we show external to NASA accomplishments?

Need cool graphics!!!!!!!!

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Suborbital Science Program existing SOA benefits

Power and Propulsion Technology Roadmap

Battery Focus

DRAFT

TRL3

TRL6

NASA Lithium Ion Battery Research

150 WH/kg

300 wh/l

TPM Improvement

How can we show external to NASA accomplishments?

Need cool graphics!!!!!!!!

2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2020


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Propulsion & Power Capability Impacts existing SOA benefits

Future Activities

  • Continue to follow military and other US propulsion developments

  • Be available to do NASA aero work

  • Continue on-going fuel cell work (for others)

  • Survey of European programs (proposed)


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Propulsion & Power Capability Impacts existing SOA benefits

Proposal


Suborbital science program roadmaps power and propulsion technology working group twg

Propulsion & Power Capability Impacts existing SOA benefits

Proposal