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  1. 1. 40th International Conference on Environmental Systems 11–15 July 2010 Hotel Fira Palace Barcelona, Spain Synopsis The 40th International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES) will be held 11–15 July 2010 at the Hotel Fira Palace, in Barcelona, Spain. The conference is organized by AIAA, in cosponsorship with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the ICES International Committee (INTL), and SAE International. The confer- ence will cover the following topics related to humans living and working in hostile environments with applications inside or outside of terrestrial or space habitats or vehicles: aerospace human factors; environmental control and life support system technology; environ- mental monitoring and controls; planetary protection; EVA system technology; life sciences; planetary habitats and systems; and thermal control systems technology for both manned and unmanned vehicles. ICES is open to participants from any nation, from academic, gov- ernment, or industry organizations. There will be four days of technical presentations, with over 300 papers. ICES Under New Management Pursuant to a strategic realignment within SAE International, the management and operation of ICES has transitioned to AIAA, a long- standing cosponsor of ICES and the world’s largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. SAE will continue to work with the ICES Steering Committee and AIAA professional staff during the transition to ensure the continuity of the conference. Special Events After-Banquet Dessert Reception Immediately following the banquet, there will be a des- Welcome Reception sert reception, sponsored by Paragon Space Development A welcome cocktail reception will be held Sunday, 11 July Corporation. 2010, 1830–2000 hrs, at the Hotel Fira Palace. The cost of the reception is included in the conference registration fee where Accompanying Persons Program indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased upon Accompanying persons are invited to meet on Monday, 12 registration or onsite. July 2010, 0900 hrs, in the lobby seating area of the Hotel Fira Palace. Information about Barcelona tourist attractions will be Opening Plenary Session available. Coffee and tea will be served. The conference will open with a plenary session on Monday, 12 July 2010, 0900–1030 hrs. The keynote speaker Accompanying Persons Tours will be Francesc Gòdia, Professor of Chemical Engineering, The following tours are organized on behalf of ICES and avail- Departament d’Enginyeria Química, Escola d’Enginyeria, able for registration through 1 June 2010. Tours will begin and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain (invited). end at the Hotel Fira Palace. Good walking shoes should be worn. Tickets may be purchased upon registration, either online Student Poster Competition Reception or by using the registration form. Registration cancellations for A Student Poster Competition Reception will be held on the tours will not be accepted after 1 June 2010. Based on sales Monday, 12 July 2010, 1845–2015 hrs, at the Hotel Fira Palace. received by 1 June, the tours will be confirmed or canceled as The reception is sponsored by EADS-CASA, IBERESPACIo, minimum guarantees are required to proceed with planning. INASMET, and SENER. All attendees are welcome to attend. Should the tours be canceled by the organizers, registrants will The ICES student poster competition session is targeted to be notified in June and all monies will be refunded. stimulate the participation of students, and will provide an excel- lent forum for students to present their work in an informal and Monday, 12 July, 1300–1700 hrs interactive setting. Posters are ideal for presenting speculative Barcelona and Gaudi (Price per person: $70) or late-breaking results, or for giving an introduction to interest- Begin from the hotel with a guide introducing modernism ing, innovative work. Posters are intended to provide students architecture found in many of the building façades and struc- and ICES participants with the ability to connect with one anoth- tures designed by Antonio Gaudi. You will be able to admire er and discuss the work presented. Each poster will be judged Barcelona’s waterfront in the direction of the Sagrada Family and cash prizes will be awarded. estate and enjoy a visit of Gaudi’s unfinished expiatory church of the Sagrada Family, one of the landmarks of Barcelona, with three Awards Reception and Banquet façades dedicated to Christ’s Nativity, Passion, and Glory. Next The awards reception and banquet will be held Wednesday, stop is Park Guell, designed at the beginning of the 20th century. 14 July 2010, 1900–2130 hrs, at the Hotel Fira Palace. A The tour continues on the Eixample and to Paseo de Gracia, reception will be followed by dinner, then the awards presenta- where the most representative Modernist houses are located. A tion and a keynote speech by Bernardo Patti, Head of the ISS chartered coach will return you to the Hotel Fira Palace. Programme Department, Directorate of Human Space Flight, European Space Agency, Noordwijk,The Netherlands (invited). Tuesday, 13 July, 1000–1400 hrs The cost of the awards reception and banquet is included in the Gothic Quarter and Picasso Museum (Price per person: $63) conference registration fee where indicated. Additional tickets Depart by coach toward the Gothic Quarter, the original heart for guests may be purchased upon registration or on site. of the city. Although a good number of its distinctive buildings AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B13
  2. 2. belong to this style, the Gothic Quarter consists of various archi- tectural elements from different styles side by side, representing organized by AIAA the whole of the two-thousand-year history of Barcelona. The visit to the Gothic Quarter is on foot and starts at the Cathedral Supported by and Plaza del Rei (King’s Square). The Cathedral is a good AIAA Life Sciences and Systems Technical Committee example of the upright feature of Catalan Gothic Architecture. American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Interesting visits include the cloister, the chapter house, and Environmental Systems Committee the Holy “Cristo de Lepanto.” View Plaza del Rey, the center American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Crew of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, and admire the Grand Royal Systems Technical Committee Palace, former residence of the Counts of Barcelona; Torre del ICES International Committee (INTL) Rei Martí; the Chapel of Santa Agata. The tour continues to SAE Space Environmental Systems Committee Plaça Sant Jaume—St.James’ Square—the site of the Catalan autonomous Government Palace and the City Hall. Visit one of Student Poster Competition Reception Sponsored by the jewels of Barcelona, the Picasso Museum. The collection of EADS-CASA Picasso’s work is particularly strong from his early period, with IBERESPACIo some of his schoolbook sketches on display, and strong works INASMET from his early days in Barcelona and Paris. Rejoin the coach that SENER will return you to the Hotel Fira Palace. After-Banquet Dessert Reception Sponsored by Wednesday, 14 July, 1000–1500 hrs Paragon Space Development Corporation Montserrat (Price per person: $43) From the hotel, a coach will drive to Montserrat Monastery. General Chair To visit the monastery, you’ll ride up 4,072-foot-high Montserrat Wolfgang Supper mountain along hairpin curves through magnificent scenery and European Space Agency past remote hermitages. Built amid towering peaks in an almost Vice Chair inaccessible location 36 miles from Barcelona, the Monastery Jeffery Farmer of Montserrat is a renowned shrine and home to many legends. NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Parsifal is said to have found the Holy Grail here. St. Peter left a statue of the Virgin Mary carved by St. Luke. Honeymooners Steering Committee flock here seeking the blessing of the Black Virgin. You’ll visit the Markus Huchler 16th-century basilica with its lovely façade designed by Francesc EADS Astrium GmbH del Vilar. Inside, you’ll see the statue of the Black Virgin found buried in the mountain in the 12th century. Called La Moreneta W. Andrew Jackson (the Brunette), she is still the Patroness of Catalonia. other high- Texas Tech University lights include the Cami de la Cova, where it is said the Virgin David Mazyck appeared. Along with the Benedictine monks, Montserrat is also University of Florida home to the Escolania. These are the singers in the oldest boys choir in Europe, founded in the 12th century. Following the visit Wes ousley of the monastery, you will return by coach to Hotel Fira Palace. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Chang H. Son Registration The Boeing Company AIAA is committed to sponsoring world-class conferences on current technical issues in a safe and secure environment. Vernon Strength As such, all delegates will be required to provide proper iden- The Boeing Company (retired) tification prior to receiving a conference badge and associated David Williams materials. All delegates must provide a valid photo ID (driver’s NASA Johnson Space Center license or passport) when they check in. For student registra- tions, a valid student ID is also required. We thank you for your cooperation. All participants are urged to register online at www.aiaa. org/events/ices. Registering in advance saves conference and services sold in Spain. The registration prices for the ICES attendees up to $200. A check made payable to AIAA or credit include a 7% Value Added Tax assessment. The Spanish gov- card information must be included with your registration form. ernment also provides a refund mechanism for Value Added A PDF registration form is also available on the AIAA Web site. Taxes paid by individuals or corporations who are eligible to Print, complete, and mail or fax the form with payment to AIAA. claim exemption from the tax with valid documentation. The Address information is provided. documentation and claims must be submitted to the Spanish Early-bird registration forms must be received by 14 June VAT authority. 2010, and standard registration forms will be accepted until Attention AIChE/ASME/INTL/SAE Members: Current mem- 2 July 2010. Preregistrants may pick up their materials at the bers in good standing of AIChE, ASME, INTL, and SAE are advance registration desk at the conference. All those not regis- eligible to register at the same rate as AIAA members. This fee tered by 2 July 2010 may do so at the on-site registration desk. does not include AIAA membership. To become an AIAA mem- Cancellations must be received no later than 25 June 2010. ber or renew AIAA membership, AIChE, ASME, INTL, and SAE There is a $100 cancellation fee. Registrants who cancel beyond members should register at the nonmember registration rate. this date or fail to attend the conference will forfeit the entire fee. For questions, please contact Sandra Turner, conference reg- Please note: The Spanish government requires AIAA to reg- istrar, at 703.264.7508 or sandrat@aiaa.org. ister for and to assess a Spanish Value Added Tax for goods Registration fees are as follows: B14 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010
  3. 3. Early Standard On-Site Extra Tickets By 14 June 15 June–2 July 11 July Sunday Welcome Reception $30 (includes 7% VAT) Option 1: Full Conference with Online Proceedings Wednesday Awards Reception & Banquet $113 (includes 7% VAT) AIAA/AIChE/ASME/INTL/SAE Member Extra online Proceedings and DVD $204 (includes 7% VAT) $851 $958 $1065 ($795 + 7% VAT) ($895 + 7% VAT) ($995 + 7% VAT) Tours Barcelona and Gaudi $70 (includes 7% VAT) Nonmember Gothic Quarter and Picasso Museum $63 (includes 7% VAT) $995 $1102 $1209 Montserrat $43 (includes 7% VAT) ($930 + 7% VAT) ($1030 + 7% VAT) ($1130 + 7% VAT) Note: Registration cancellations for the tours will not be accepted Includes sessions, Sunday welcome cocktail reception, Monday after 1 June 2010. student poster competition reception, Wednesday awards recep- tion and banquet, and single-user access to online proceedings. On-Site Registration Hours on-site registration will be held at the Hotel Fira Palace as Option 2: Full Conference with Online Proceedings and follows: After-Meeting DVD AIAA/AIChE/ASME/INTL/SAE Member Sunday, 11 July 1500–1900 hrs $893 $1000 $1107 Monday, 12 July 0700–1700 hrs ($835 + 7% VAT) ($935 + 7% VAT) ($1035 + 7% VAT) Tuesday, 13 July 0700–1700 hrs Wednesday, 14 July 0700–1700 hrs Nonmember Thursday, 15 July 0700–1600 hrs $1038 $1145 $1252 ($970 + 7% VAT) ($1070 + 7% VAT) ($1170 + 7% VAT) Hotel Reservations Includes sessions, Sunday welcome cocktail reception, Monday AIAA has made arrangements for a block of rooms at the student poster competition reception, Wednesday awards recep- Hotel Fira Place, Av. Rius/Taulet, 1-3 -08004 Barcelona, Spain, tion and banquet, single-user access to online proceedings, and Phone: 34 93 426 22 23, Fax: 34 93 425 50 47. Room rates after-meeting proceedings DVD. are €145 plus 7% VAT per night for single occupancy including buffet breakfast served in the hotel restaurant, Aria. To make Option 3: Full-Time Undergraduate Student a reservation, please complete the Hotel Booking Form, which AIAA Member can be downloaded from the conference Web site, www.aiaa. $0 $11 $21 org/events/ices, under the “Travel and Accommodations” link. ($10 + 7% VAT) ($20 + 7% VAT) These rooms will be held for AIAA until 1 June 2010 or until the Nonmember block is full. After 1 June, any unused rooms will be released to $32 $43 $54 the general public. You are encouraged to book your hotel room ($30 + 7% VAT) ($40 + 7% VAT) ($50 + 7% VAT) early. Please note that individuals will be charged 50% of the Includes sessions only. Students may purchase food function cost of the stay for any cancellations made between 1 June and tickets separately or select the Student Ticket Package when 12 June 2010, and the full cost of the stay for any cancellations registering online. made between 12 June and the arrival date. Option 4: Full-Time Graduate or Ph.D. Student Help Keep Our Expenses Down (And Yours Too!) AIAA Member AIAA group rates for hotel accommodations are negotiated as $43 $54 $64 part of an overall contract that also includes meeting rooms and ($40 + 7% VAT) ($50 + 7% VAT) ($60 + 7% VAT) other conference needs. our total event costs are based in part on meeting or exceeding our guaranteed minimum of group-rate Nonmember hotel rooms booked by conference participants. If we fall short, $75 $86 $96 our other event costs go up. Please help us keep the costs of ($70 + 7% VAT) ($80 + 7% VAT) ($90 + 7% VAT) presenting this conference as low as possible—reserve your Includes sessions only. Students may purchase food function room at the designated hotel listed in this Preliminary Program tickets separately or select the Student Ticket Package when and on our Web site, and be sure to mention that you’re with the registering online. AIAA conference. Meeting our guaranteed minimum helps us Option 5: Full-Time AIAA Retired Member hold the line on costs, and that helps us keep registration fees $43 $54 $64 as low as possible. All of us at AIAA thank you for your help! ($40 + 7% VAT) ($50 + 7% VAT) ($60 + 7% VAT) Includes sessions, Sunday welcome cocktail reception, Monday Meeting Site student poster competition reception, and Wednesday awards Located on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is the capital reception and banquet. of Catalonia and the second-largest city in Spain. Please visit www.barcelonaturisme.com for tourist information. Option 6: Discounted Group Rate $766 per person $766 per person N/A Official Language ($716 + 7% VAT) ($716 + 7% VAT) The official working language of the conference is English. 10% discount off AIAA member rate for 10 or more persons from the same organization who register and pay at the same time Conference Proceedings with a single form of payment. Includes sessions, all catered Proceedings for this conference will be available in two for- events, and single-user access to online proceedings. A com- mats: online proceedings and after-meeting DVD. The cost is plete typed list of registrants, along with completed individual included in the registration fee where indicated. The online pro- registration forms and a single payment, must be received by the ceedings will be available on 28 June 2010. Attendees who reg- preregistration deadline of 2 June 2010. ister in advance for the online proceedings will be provided with AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B15
  4. 4. instructions on how to access the conference technical papers. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Those registering onsite will be provided with instructions upon AIAA speakers and attendees are reminded that some top- registration. The after-meeting DVD will be mailed approximate- ics discussed in the conference could be controlled by the ly eight weeks after the conference. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). U.S. nation- als (U.S. citizens and permanent residents) are responsible for “No Paper, No Podium” Policy ensuring that technical data they present in open sessions to If a written paper is not submitted by the final manuscript non-U.S. nationals in attendance or in conference proceedings deadline, authors will not be permitted to present the paper at are not export restricted by the ITAR. U.S. nationals are likewise the conference. It is the responsibility of those authors whose responsible for ensuring that they do not discuss ITAR export- papers or presentations are accepted to ensure that a represen- restricted information with non-U.S. nationals in attendance. tative attends the conference to present the paper. This policy is intended to improve the quality of the conference for attendees. Certificate of Attendance AIAA will no longer be publishing printed copies of Certificates of Attendance are available for attendees who registration forms. Registration forms are available for request documentation at the conference itself. Please request download on the main page of the event Web site at your copy at the on-site registration desk. AIAA offers this ser- www.aiaa.org/events/ices. vice to better serve the needs of the professional community. Claims of hours or applicability toward professional education requirements are the responsibility of the participant. Sessions at a Glance ICES100 Environmental and Thermal Control of Space ICES400 Extravehicular Activity: Space Suits A, B, C, D, E, F Exploration Vehicles ICES401 Extravehicular Activity: Systems ICES101 Spacecraft and Instrument Thermal Design, Testing ICES402 Extravehicular Activity: PLSS and Support and Technology A, B, C Equipment A, B, C, D ICES102 Thermal Control for Planetary Surface Missions and ICES403 Extravehicular Activity: operations Systems A, B ICES404 International Space Station ECLS: ICES103 Thermal and Environmental Control of Crewed Systems A, B, C, D Lunar Exploration Vehicles A, B, C, D ICES405 International Space Station ECLS: Air and Water ICES106 Space Station and Manned orbiting Infrastructures Systems A, B Thermal Control A, B, C ICES406 Human/Robotics System Interaction ICES107 Thermal and Environmental Control Engineering ICES407 Spacecraft Water/Air Quality: Maintenance and Analysis and Software A, B, C, D Monitoring A, B ICES108 Advances in Thermal Control Technology A, B, C ICES408 Regenerable Life Support Processes and ICES109 Space Structures for Exploration Systems A, B ICES200 Physico-Chemical Processes: Air and Water A, B, C ICES409 Microbial Factors Applied to Design A, B ICES201 Two-Phase Thermal Control Technology A, B, C, D, E ICES410 Airliner Cabin Air: Monitoring, Control, ICES202 Satellite, Payload, and Instrument Thermal Environmental Health, and Comfort Issues A, B Control A, B, C ICES502 Life Support Systems Engineering and Analysis A, B ICES203 Thermal Testing A, B, C ICES503 Space Architecture A, B, C, D, E, F, G ICES204 Bioregenerative Life Support A, B, C ICES504 Radiation Issues for Space Flight A, B ICES205 Advanced Life Support Sensor and Control ICES505 Management of Air Quality in Sealed Technology A, B, C Environments A, B ICES300 ECLSS—Environmental Control and Life Support ICES509 Lunar Life Support A, B Systems—Modeling and Test Correlation A, B, C ICES510 Human Factors for Space Missions Ground and ICES301 Advanced Life Support Systems Control Flight operations A, B, C, D ICES302 Physio-Chemical Life Support Process ICES511 Mars and Beyond Development A, B, C, D, E, F, G ICES513 Fire Safety in Spacecraft and Enclosed Habitats A, B ICES304 Development for Space Missions and Terrestrial ICES514 Lunar and Martian Dust Properties and Mitigation Applications Technologies A, B, C, D, E ICES307 Environmental and Thermal Control for Commercial ICES515 Mission Assurance and Reliability Techniques for Crewed and Cargo Transport Spacecraft Environmental Systems A, B ICES308 CEV ECLSS and Thermal Control A, B ICES700 Student Poster Competition ICES309 Education outreach A, B, C Visit www.aiaa.org/events/ices for the full conference program, papers, and speakers. B16 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010
  5. 5. 46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit Propulsion: Powering the Future for a Greener Tomorrow and 8th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference 25–28 July 2010 Nashville Convention Center and Renaissance Nashville Hotel Nashville, TN Two ConferenCes / one LoCaTion Joint Propulsion Conference Synopsis AIAA, ASME, SAE, ASEE, and their industry partners proudly invite you to Nashville, TN—the Music City, for the 46th AIAA/ASME/ SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit (JPC), 25–28 July 2010. The design of our next-generation flight and space sys- tems will be dependent more than ever on green technologies providing high performance, increasingly efficient, reliable, and affordable propulsion systems. Our ability to incorporate new green technologies into aircraft and spacecraft will have far-reaching impacts on the revolutionary roles these complex systems play in our everyday lives. The objective for JPC 2010 is to identify and highlight how innovative, green aerospace propulsion technologies are powering both new and evolving systems. Flight applications include next-generation commercial aircraft, regional and business jets, military applica- tions, supersonic/hypersonic high-speed propulsion applications, launch systems, orbital insertion, satellite, and interstellar propulsion. Special panel sessions will focus on advanced system applications that can be used to showcase propulsion systems and components, and the technologies that enable them. International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference Synopsis The 8th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC) will be held 25–28 July 2010 at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel. The IECEC provides a forum to present and discuss engineering aspects of energy conversion technology, advanced energy and power systems, devices for terrestrial energy systems and aerospace applications, and the policy, programs, and environmental impact associated with the development and utilization of this technology. The IECEC is hosted by AIAA, which is joined this year by three Participating Organizations. These organizations are: • The Heat Transfer Society of Japan Advanced Energy Conversion Group • The IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society (AESS) • The Egyptian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ESME) Special Events employed members under the age of 35, to meet other members and make new contacts. Join the AIAA YP Committee for food, Sunday, 25 July drinks, and relaxed socializing. Sunday Opening Reception On Sunday evening, 25 July, the 2010 Joint Propulsion and Tuesday, 27 July IECEC Conferences will begin with a casual reception located in IECEC Awards Luncheon the Exhibit Hall from 1900–2100 hrs. The IECEC Awards Luncheon will take place on Tuesday, 27 Monday, 26 July July, 1200–1400 hrs. One luncheon ticket is included in the main conference registration fees as indicated, and may be purchased Young Professional Networking Reception by either selecting the appropriate box while registering online, The national AIAA Young Professional Committee is hosting or by using the registration form. A limited number of tickets may a young professional (YP) reception on Monday evening, 26 be available on site at the registration desk and will be sold on a July, at the Nashville Convention Center. This is a great chance space-available basis. for young professional members of the Institute, professionally AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B17
  6. 6. JoinT ProPuLsion ConferenCe Executive Chair General Chair (Industry) General Chair (Government) Woodrow Whitlow Jr. Philip B. Stich Robert M. Lightfood Jr. NASA Glenn Research Center Jacobs Technology, Inc. NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Technical Chair C.F. “Lance” Chenault Rolls-Royce North American Technologies, Inc. Technical Program Chair ASME SAE ASEE John W. Robinson Ramon Chase Robert A. Frederick Jr. The Boeing Company ANSER UAH Propulsion Research Center Organizing Committee Advanced Propulsion Concepts for Future Flight History Propulsion Education John W. Robinson David J. Whalen Robert A. Frederick Jr. The Boeing Company John D. Odegard School of Aero Science UAH Propulsion Research Center Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Hybrid Rocket Propulsion Solid Rocket Propulsion Donald Malloy Brian Evans Fred Blomshield Aerospace Testing Alliance The Pennsylvania State University NAVAIR China Lake Electric Propulsion Hypersonic and Combined Cycle Propulsion Space and Earth-to-Orbit Vehicle Systems Kurt Polzin Ryan Starkey Leo Daniel NASA Marshall Space Flight Center University of Colorado at Boulder University of New Orleans Emerging Commercial Propulsion Systems In-Space Propulsion Technologies Allison F. Zuniga Ken Davidian Eric J. Pencil NASA Ames Research Center FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation NASA Glenn Research Center Space Transportation and Future Generation Energetic Components and Systems Liquid Rocket Propulsion Space Transportation Hobin Lee Michael J. Nusca Leo Daniel Scot Incorporated Engineering U.S. Army Research Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gas-Turbine Engines Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion System Concepts and Supporting Janet Convery Brice Cassenti Propulsion Technologies GE Aviation University of Connecticut Donald Malloy Aerospace Testing Alliance High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Propellants and Combustion Adam Rasheed Julian Tishkoff Space Vehicle Systems GE Global Research Air Force Office of Scientific Research John W. Robinson The Boeing Company inTernaTionaL energy Conversion engineering ConferenCe General Chair Technical Program Chair Deputy Technical Program Chair Mark Lewis Winnie Choy Farzad Mashayek University of Maryland The Boeing Company University of Illinois at Chicago Topic Area Organizers Aerospace Power System (APS) Energy Storage Technology (ES) Abbas Salim (Retired), Lockheed Martin Space Systems Dick Shaw, Lockheed Martin Systems Company Mark Liffring, Boeing Commerical Airplanes Joseph Pratt, Sandia National Laboratory Energy Conversion Device Technology (EC) Fuel, Combustion and Terrestrial Energy Systems (FCTE) Jeff Schreiber, NASA Glenn Research Center William Lear, University of Florida Michael F. Piszczor, NASA Glenn Research Center Thermal Management Technology (EM) Energy Policy, Environmental and Historical Perspectives (EPEH) Michael Choi, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Valerie Lyons, NASA Glenn Research Center Sponsors and Supporters AIAA would like to extend our thanks to this year’s sponsors of the Joint Propulsion Conference—NASA Glenn, Marshall, and Stennis; Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL); Dynetics Corporation; GE Aviation; Jacobs Technology/ATA; and Lockheed Martin, along with the sponsors of the International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference—Battelle Memorial Institute and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for their dedication and support of these collocated technical forums. The Joint Propulsion Conference is also supported by the California Space Authority and SPACE NEWS. B18 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010
  7. 7. Wednesday, 28 July Partnership for AiR Transportation Noise and Emissions JPC Awards Luncheon Reduction (PARTNER); Principal Research Engineer, The JPC Awards Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 28 July, 1200–1400 hrs. One luncheon ticket is included in the main conference registration fees as indicated, and may be JPC Special Sessions purchased by either selecting the appropriate box while register- Monday, 26 July ing online, or by using the registration form. A limited number of 0930–1200 hrs tickets may be available on site at the registration desk and will Human Space Flight Propulsion—Charting The Future be sold on a space-available basis. Moderator: Tom Williams, Manager, Propulsion Systems Department, Marshall Space Flight Center Engineering Directorate Joint JPC and IECEC Special Sessions Panelists: John Karas, Lockheed Martin; Jim Maser, Pratt Monday 26 July Whitney; Michael Kahn, ATK 0800–0900 hrs 1530–1730 hrs Joint JPC/IECEC Opening Plenary: Powering the Future of Innovation and Development of Launch Vehicle Propulsion Launch and Space System Propulsion Systems Speaker: Charles F. Bolden Jr., Maj. Gen. USMC (Ret.); Moderator: Ray F. Johnson, Vice President, Space Launch NASA Administrator Operations, The Aerospace Corporation 1530–1730 hrs Tuesday, 27 July Joint JPC/IECEC Panel: Issues in the Application of Space Nuclear Electric Power and Propulsion[JC4] 0800–0900 hrs A discussion on the generation of nuclear electric power Plenary Session: Advances in Turbine Engines and (both fission and radioisotope) in space and its use for power- Incorporation of Fleet Component Improvements ing electric thrusters on spacecraft. Of specific interest in this Moderator: Philip Stich, Director, Integrated Test & Evaluation session are fission and radioisotope power production, nuclear Department, Aerospace Testing Alliance electric thruster technologies, power processing and power sys- Speaker: Mr. Ted Fecke, SES, Technical Adviser, Propulsion tem/thruster integration issues, and mission-driven requirements Engineering Directorate, Aeronautical Systems Center (power densities/system alphas) for a feasible and practical 0930–1200 hrs nuclear electric propulsion system. Benefits and Challenges of New Propulsion Systems for Moderator: Richard Shaltens, Engineering Manager, NASA Legacy Aircraft Glenn Research Center Moderator(s): Thomas Blakely, Vice President, Engineering, Panelists: Lee Mason, NASA GRC; Michael Houts, NASA Lockheed Martin Aeronautics MSFC; Steve Oleson, NASA GRC; Michael Boss, Astrium; Joseph Cassady, Aerojet 1300–1500 hrs Powering the Future: Developing Sound National Policy to Tuesday, 27 July Drive Propulsion Research 1530–1730 hrs Moderator: Carol Cash, Vice President–Public Policy, AIAA Joint JPC/IECEC Panel: Electrical Power Extraction from Propulsion Systems: Meeting Increasing Demands Wednesday, 28 July Panel experts in propulsion and electrical power generation 0800–0900 hrs will discuss the issues and effects of supplying large dynamic Alternative Fuels (Keynote) electrical loads from air-breathing propulsion systems. Joint Speaker: Dr. William E. Harrison III, Technical Advisor for JPC/IECEC Panel Discussion cosponsored by the Air Breathing Fuels and Energy, Air Force Research Laboratory Fellow, MIT Propulsion TC. Sloan Fellow Moderators: Mark Liffring, R&D Engineer, Boeing Commercial Moderator: C. F. “Lance” Chenault, Ph.D., MBA, Consultant, Airplanes, and David Wang, Air Force Flight Test Center Rolls-Royce North American Technologies, Inc. Wednesday, 28 July 1200–1400 hrs 0930–1200 hrs JPC Awards Luncheon Joint IECEC/JPC Session: Alternative Fuels—Progress, Speaker: Dr. Werner J.A. Dahm, Chief Scientist of the U.S. Challenges, and New Directions Air Force Moderator(s): Dilip R. Ballal, Hans von Ohain Distinguished Moderator: Mr. Robert Lightfoot, Center Director, Marshall Professor, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, and Lourdes Q. Space Flight Center Maurice, Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Environment, 1430–1600 hrs Federal Aviation Administration Propulsion and Aerospace Education Panelists: Moderator: Dr. Michael Griffin, Professor, University of GE Aviation’s Perspective on Alternative Fuels—Mike Alabama, Huntsville, and Former NASA Administrator Epstein, Leader, Alternative Fuels, GE Aviation Alternative Fuel Producer’s Viewpoint—Robert L. Freerks, 1430–1600 hrs Director of Product Development, Rentech, Inc. Low Carbon Energy Engineering University Alliance Airlines: Creating a New Jet Fuel Dynamics—John P. Moderator: Ahsan Choudhuri, University of Texas, El Paso, TX Heimlich, Vice President and Chief Economists, Air Transport Panelists: Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland, College Association Park; Robert Romanosky, NETL, Department of Energy; William Assessing the Environmental Costs and Benefits of Lear, University of Florida; Farhad Jaberi, Michigan State Alternative Fuels—James Hileman, Associate Director, University; S. R. Gollahalli, University of Oklahoma AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B19
  8. 8. IECEC Special Sessions Wednesday, 28 July Monday 26 July 0800–0900 hrs Trends in Advanced Power Technology Research and 0930–1200 hrs Development Thermal Management of Fuel Cells and Electric/Hybrid The Interagency Advanced Power Group (IAPG) is an orga- Vehicles nization of various federal agencies devoted to the coordination, Selected topics on fuel cells and electric and hybrid vehicle collaboration, and exchange of information related to power thermal management technologies will be discussed by panel- technology research and development. Formed in 1958, the ists. They will focus on advances, opportunities, and challenges, organization continues to be a proponent of diligent federal and offer their vision for the future of these technologies. investment in advanced power technologies. Representatives of Moderator: Michael Choi, Senior Thermal Engineer, Mechan- IAPG member agencies will present overviews on power tech- ical Systems Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center nology development within their respective organizations. Panelists: Shawn Litster, Carnegie Mellon University, and Moderator: Michael F. Piszczor, NASA Glenn Research Center Mark A. Occhionero, CPS Technologies Corporation Speakers: Robert J. (Joe) Shaw, Chair IAPG Steering 1300–1500 hrs Group, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA Moving Forward with New Energy Policies Glenn Research Center; John G. Nairus, Air Force Research A panel of experts in alternative energy systems will discuss Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; James B. Cross, how policy can accelerate the acceptance of renewable energy US Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), systems and make them more affordable, more attractive, and Fort Belvoir, VA; John C. Pazik, Office of Naval Research, more popular. Other energy issues affecting society will be dis- Arlington, VA; Susan A. Rogers, US Department of Energy, cussed. Washington, DC Moderators: Valerie Lyons, Division Chief, NASA Glenn Research Center, and Dianne Anderson 1300–1500 hrs Panelists: John Gasper, Strategic Area Manager, Argonne The State of Space Solar Power Development National Laboratory; Dr. Michael E. Webber, Associate Director, The current state of development of space solar power, Center of International Energy and Environmental Policy at The including both systems developments as well as various ongo- University of Texas at Austin; Dr. Dianne Anderson, Director, ing studies, technology R&D, and business ventures will be Great Lakes Energy Institute discussed. The session will address both full-scale space solar power for commercial markets, as well as smaller systems, 1530–1730 hrs ranging from initial technology demonstrations through opera- Fuel Cells: Aerospace/Terrestrial Synergies tional, but subscale SPS pilot plants. Renewable and clean energy initiatives for terrestrial applica- Moderator: Robert Wegeng, Chief Engineer, Battelle tions have received great interest recently, leading to advances Memorial Institute in many fuel cell technologies. The panel focuses on the potential Panelists: TBD benefits for prospective aerospace applications that may result, 1300–1500 hrs including use of logistics fuels. Future challenges and research Evolving Standards for Space Lithium Ion Batteries needs for aerospace and terrestrial applications will be discussed. This panel discussion is to discuss the proposed ISO battery Moderators: Joseph Pratt, Scientist, Sandia National standards and its relationship to current SMC requirements and Laboratory, and William Lear, Associate Professor, Department guidelines. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida Moderators: Margot Wasz, Sr. Scientist, The Aerospace Corporation, and Dick Shaw, Engineering Manager, Battery & Tuesday, 27 July Power Source Design, Lockheed Martin Systems Company 0800–0900 hrs Panelists: Representatives from government, academia, Plenary Session: Revolutionary Energy Technologies for the industry, and supplier-base Built Environment This presentation will address technologies for achieving sus- 2010 Regional Leadership Conference tainable buildings for the 21st century. The 2010 Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) will be held Speaker: Michael A. Aimone, P.E., Vice President, Strategy 29–30 July 2010, following JPC and IECEC. The 2010 RLC is Development, National Security Global Business an opportunity to introduce new Section Officers and Deputy Directors to the Institute’s resources and programs. In addition, 0930–1200 hrs it will provide Sections and Regions with information on upcom- The Challenges Encountered when Technology Developed ing events and new activities to increase Member motivation by A Small Business Progresses Toward Flight and encourage Member participation. The conference is open Technology developed by a major aerospace company can to all Section Officers and Deputy Directors: those experienced progress toward flight more easily than a technology developed officers, as well as new recruits. The skills introduced at the by a small business. Examples that resulted in a successful flight RLC will make your role as an AIAA Section Officer or Deputy will be discussed, along with others that encountered difficulties. Director a more rewarding experience and will give you the Moderator: Jeff Schreiber, Team Lead, Thermal Energy opportunity to leave a lasting impression on all areas of your Conversion Branch, Power & Electric Propulsion Division, NASA professional and personal development! Glenn Research Center At this conference, you will Panelists: TBD • Obtain the tools and resources needed to be an effective and 1200–1400 hrs efficient leader in your Section and Region IECEC Awards Luncheon • Receive information on AIAA’s upcoming activities and new Speaker: Woodrow Whitlow, Center Director, NASA Glenn programs Research Center B20 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010
  9. 9. • Have the opportunity to meet and network with other Section registrations, a valid student ID is also required. We thank you and Regional officers, as well as members of AIAA’s Board of for your cooperation. Directors. All participants are urged to register online on the AIAA Web site at either www.aiaa.org/events/jpc or www.iecec.org, or For more information on the Regional Leadership Conference, you may download the registration form and return it via mail please contact Stephen Brock at stephenb@aiaa.org or visit the or fax. Registering in advance saves conference attendees Web site at http://www.aiaa.org. time and up to $200. A check made payable to AIAA or credit card information must be included with your registration form. Engineers as Educators Workshop Early-bird registration forms must be received by 28 June 2010. Tuesday, 27 July, 0700 hrs, and Wednesday, 28 July Preregistrants may pick up their materials at the advance regis- Are you prepared to work with 30 smiling students and inspire tration desk. All those not registered by 20 July 2010 may do so them to learn more about aerospace and the work of an engi- at the on-site registration desk. If you require more information, neer? Learn how to: please call 703.264.7500. • Connect your work to classroom objectives Participants from partner organizations are eligible to register • Plan memorable experiences at the “Member” rate (subject to verification; early-bird restric- • Use simple and clear vocabulary tions still apply) using the hard-copy registration form. Please • Engage with hands-on experiences, such as setting up a test indicate your affiliation and membership number in the space flight line for gliders, paper airplanes, and straw rockets provided on the registration form. Members of the Heat Transfer Society of Japan (HTSJ) Advanced Energy Conversion Group, This workshop is free for AIAA members and conference the IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society (AESS), attendees. the Egyptian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ESME), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Society Exhibits of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and the American Society for The exhibits, located in Center Exhibit Hall at the Nashville Engineering Education (ASEE) are eligible for this discount. For Convention Center, will feature organizations involved in air additional information, please call 800.639.2422 (toll-free, U.S. breathing, liquid, solid, nuclear, electric, and other forms of only) or 703.264.7500. propulsion for aerospace, as well as those involved in engine Registration fees are as follows: systems, environmental controls systems, ground support equip- ment, software, testing, analysis research and development, Early Standard On-Site management, propellant tanks, thermal products, noise and By 28 June 29 June–19 July 25 July vibration, and simulation components of this technology. Option 1: Full Conference with Online Proceedings The exhibit hours will be: Member $625 $725 $825 Nonmember $760 $860 $960 Sunday, 25 July 1900–2100 hrs (Welcome Reception) Includes sessions, exhibits, Sunday and Monday recep- Monday, 26 July 0900–1600 hrs tions, Monday lunch reception in the exhibit hall, Tuesday or Exhibits Reception 1800–1930 hrs Wednesday Awards Luncheon, and single-user access to online Tuesday, 27 July 0900–1600 hrs proceedings. (IECEC registrants will receive a ticket to the Wednesday, 28 July 0900–1300 hrs Tuesday IECEC Awards Luncheon; JPC registrants will receive a ticket to the Wednesday JPC Awards Luncheon. All regis- Accompanying Persons Program trants may purchase a ticket to the other awards luncheon at an There will be an accompanying persons meeting, including additional charge. Tickets may be purchased online or using the coffee, on Monday, 26 July, at 1000 hrs, where they can gather registration form. Additional tickets may be available on-site on to rendezvous with friends, get information, and plan and launch a first-come, first-serve basis.) their day. Option 2: Full Conference with Online Proceedings and After- Conference Proceedings Meeting DVD The 46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Member $675 $775 $875 Conference and the 8th International Energy Engineering Nonmember $810 $910 $1010 Conference Proceedings will be available in two formats: after- Includes sessions, exhibits, Sunday and Monday recep- meeting DVD and online proceedings. The online proceedings tions, Monday lunch reception in the exhibit hall, Tuesday will be available on 12 July 2010. The cost is included in the or Wednesday Awards Luncheon, single-user access to registration fee where indicated. If you register in advance for online proceedings, and conference after-meeting DVD. the online proceedings, you will be provided with instructions on (IECEC registrants will receive a ticket to the Tuesday IECEC how to access the conference technical papers. For those reg- Awards Luncheon; JPC registrants will receive a ticket to the istering on site, you will be provided with instructions at registra- Wednesday JPC Awards Luncheon. All registrants may pur- tion. The after-meeting DVD will be mailed approximately eight chase a ticket to the other awards luncheon at an additional weeks after the conference. charge. Tickets may be purchased online or using the registra- tion form. Additional tickets may be available on-site on a first- IECEC/JPC Registration come, first-serve basis.) AIAA is committed to sponsoring world-class conferences on current technical issues of the day in a safe and secure Option 3: Full-Time Graduate or Ph.D. Student environment. As such, all delegates will be required to provide Member $40 $50 $60 proper identification prior to receiving a conference badge and Nonmember $70 $80 $90 associated materials. All delegates must provide a valid photo Includes sessions and exhibits participation only (all other event ID (driver’s license or passport) when they check in. For student tickets must be purchased separately). AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B21
  10. 10. Option 4: Full-Time Undergraduate Student ATTN: Customer Service Member $0 $10 $20 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Nonmember $30 $40 $50 1801 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite 500 Includes sessions and exhibits participation only (all other event Reston, VA 20191-4344 tickets must be purchased separately). 703.264.7500 • 703.264.7657 FAX E-mail: custserv@aiaa.org Option 5: Full-Time AIAA Retired Member $40 $50 $60 AIAA cannot directly intervene with the U.S. Department of Includes sessions, exhibits, Sunday and Monday receptions, State, consular offices, or embassies on behalf of individuals Monday lunch reception in the exhibit hall, and Tuesday or applying for visas. Wednesday Awards Luncheon. (IECEC registrants will receive a ticket to the Tuesday IECEC Awards Luncheon; JPC registrants Help Keep Our Expenses Down (And Yours Too!) will receive a ticket to the Wednesday JPC Awards Luncheon. AIAA group rates for hotel accommodations are negotiated All registrants may purchase a ticket to the other awards lun- as part of an overall contract that also includes meeting rooms cheon at an additional charge. Tickets may be purchased online and other conference needs. Our total event costs are based or using the registration form. Additional tickets may be available in part on meeting or exceeding our guaranteed minimum of on-site on a first-come, first-serve basis.) group-rate hotel rooms booked by conference participants. If we fall short, our other event costs go up. Please help us keep the Option 6: Discounted Group Rate costs of presenting this conference as low as possible—reserve $563 per person $563 per person your room at the designated hotel listed in this Preliminary 10% discount off Member rate for 10 or more persons from the Program and on our Web site, and be sure to mention that same organization who register and pay at the same time with you’re with the AIAA conference. Meeting our guaranteed mini- single form of payment. Includes all catered events and single- mum helps us hold the line on costs, and that helps us keep user access to online proceedings. A complete typed list of reg- registration fees as low as possible. All of us at AIAA thank you istrants, along with completed individual registration forms and for your help! a single payment, must be received by the standard registration deadline of 19 July 2010. Hotel Information Option 7: Professional Development Registration AIAA has reserved a block of rooms at the host hotels: By 1 July After 1 July On-Site Renaissance Nashville Hotel AIAA Member $1095 $1200 $1275 611 Commerce Street Nonmember $1195 $1300 $1375 Nashville, TN 37203 Registration for a short course includes admittance to the IECEC 615.255.8400 and JPC technical sessions and exhibits, excluding the recep- tions, lunches, proceedings or papers, and other specific confer- Hilton Nashville ence-related functions. 121 4th Ave. Nashville, TN 37203 Extra Tickets 615.620.1000 Sunday Opening Reception $55 Monday Lunch Reception $55 Please contact the hotels directly to make your reservations, Monday Exhibit Reception $55 or book your room online. Visit www.aiaa.org/events/jpc or Tuesday IECEC Awards Luncheon $43 www.iecec.org and click on “Travel and Accommodations” Wednesday JPC Awards Luncheon $43 located on the right-hand side of the conference home page. Conference Proceedings $200 Government Attendees: When making your reservation online, make sure you select the reservation link specified for Registration and Information Center Hours Government employees to receive the special government rate. Registration will be held in the Foyer at the Nashville You will be required to show government ID when checking in to Convention Center. Hours are as follows: receive the government rate. Sunday, 25 July 1500–1900 hrs Please make sure to ask for the group under the name AIAA/ Monday, 26 July 0700–1800 hrs JPC in order to get the contracted group rate. Tuesday, 27 July 0700–1730 hrs Wednesday, 28 July 0700–1730 hrs “No Paper, No Podium” and “No Podium, No Paper” Thursday, 29 July 0730–1200 hrs (Courses only) Policy Both JPC and IECEC have a “No Paper, No Podium” and Notice on Visas a “No Podium, No Paper” policy. If a written paper is not sub- If you plan to attend an AIAA technical conference or course mitted by the final manuscript deadline, authors will not be held in the United States and you require a visa for travel, it is permitted to present the paper at the conference. Also, if the incumbent upon you to apply for a visa with the U.S. Embassy paper is not presented at the conference, the paper will not be (consular division) or consulate with ample time for processing. published and it will be withdrawn from the conference proceed- To avoid delays, AIAA strongly suggests that you submit your ings. These policies are intended to eliminate no-shows and to formal application to U.S. authorities a minimum of 120 days in improve the quality of the conference for attendees. advance of the date of anticipated travel. Final manuscripts must be uploaded to the Scholar One man- To request a letter of invitation, visit www.aiaa.org/events/ uscript site by 8 July 2010. Instructions for uploading were pro- jpc or www.iecec.org, and select “Notice on Visas” for further vided to authors of accepted papers in the author acceptance instructions. You may also request a letter of invitation by con- letter. It is the responsibility of those authors whose papers are tacting AIAA at the following address: accepted to ensure that a representative attends the conference B22 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010
  11. 11. ProfessionaL DeveLoPmenT The AIAA Development Department will be offering six short courses in conjunction with this meeting. Free They will be held 29–30 July in Nashville, on the two days following JPC and IECEC. For detailed Conference information on these courses, visit the AIAA Web site: www.aiaa.org. Attend any short course Registration! and receive free registration to the conferences (sessions only). Advanced Solid Rocket Technologies (Sponsored by the AIAA Solid Rocket Technical Committee, lead by David Poe) This two-day course will explore a broad range of state-of-the-art technologies in solid rocket advancement. Topics including new paradigm for internal flow analysis, coupled launcher and booster optimization, modern thrust vector control device, insulation erosion evaluation, advanced propellant development, principle of aluminum combustion, and new combustion instability analysis for solid rocket motors will be discussed by both domestic and international experts of the field. The course will also emphasize cur- rent practices in both analytical and experimental approaches within the U.S. industry and government labs, as well as advances as pursued by the European and Japanese solid rocket industries. Air Breathing Pulse Detonation Engine (PDE) Technology (Sponsored by the AIAA Air Breathing Technical Committee, lead by D.E. Musielak) The PDE Technology short course is designed to present a comprehensive overview of air-breathing Pulse Detonation Engines, including detonation combustion theory, performance metrics, fuels and initiation systems, detonation physics research, technical challenges, and opportunities for development of PDEs. This course will be taught by instructors who are renowned experts from government and industrial organizations actively engaged in PDE propulsion R&D. They will discuss state of the art, challenges, and development trends of this exciting propulsion technology. Liquid Propulsion Systems—Evolution and Advancements (Sponsored by the AIAA Liquid Propulsion Technical Committee, lead by Alan Frankel) Liquid propulsion systems are critical to launch vehicle and spacecraft performance, safety, and cost. This two-day course, taught by a team of propulsion experts, will cover Rocket Propulsion Fundamentals; Propulsion Chemistry; Converting Chemistry into Performance; Launch Vehicle Propulsion; Spacecraft Propulsion; and Applying Propulsion Lessons Learned. Hydrogen Safety Course (Instructors: Steve McDougle and Stephen Woods) The Hydrogen Safety course is intended to provide the student with a working knowledge of safety issues associated with the use of hydrogen. Using the aerospace industry standard, “Guide to Safety of Hydrogen and Hydrogen Systems,” AIAA G-095-2004, this course presents basic safety philosophy and principles and reviews a practical set of guidelines for safe hydrogen use. The information presented in this course is intended as a reference to hydrogen systems design and operations and handling practices; users are encouraged to assess their individual programs and develop additional requirements as needed. The course focuses pri- marily on aerospace applications, but other uses are also covered. Numerical Propulsion System Simulation (NPSS): A Practical Introduction (Instructors: Ian Halliwell, Edward Butzin, and Paul Johnson) The objective of this course is to give attendees a working knowledge of Numerical Propulsion System Simulation or NPSS software and allow them to create and/or modify system models using this tool. The course material will discuss the object-oriented architecture and how it is used in NPSS to develop flexible yet robust models. A detailed presentation of NPSS execution options, syntax, and interfaces with external codes will be addressed. Overviews of NPSS operation (i.e., Solver, etc.) will also be included. The attendees will be interactively involved with the material by performing exercises on their personal hardware that demon- strates and further clarifies the material being discussed in the lecture. All attendees will be provided with a reduced capability ver- sion of NPSS for their use during the course and will be permitted to keep it after the course is completed. Tactical Missile Design—Integration (Instructor: Eugene L. Fleeman) This is a self-contained short course on the fundamentals of tactical missile design and integration. The course provides a sys- tem-level, integrated method for missile aerodynamic configuration/propulsion design and analysis. It addresses the broad range of alternatives in meeting performance, cost and other measures of merit requirements such as robustness, lethality, accuracy, observables, survivability, and reliability. Methods are generally simple closed-form analytical expressions that are physics-based, to provide insight into the primary driving parameters. Configuration sizing examples are presented for rocket, turbojet, and ramjet- powered missiles. Typical values of missile parameters and the characteristics of current operational missiles are discussed. Course Materials Course notes will not be distributed on site. AIAA and your course instructor highly recommend that you bring your computer with the course notes already downloaded to the course. Once you have registered for the course, these course notes are avail- able about two weeks prior to the course event, and remain available to you in perpetuity. to present the paper. ITAR approval is required for publication AIAA will no longer be publishing printed copies of and presentation of a paper by a U.S. Person. Coordination of registration forms. Registration forms are available for ITAR approval is the responsibility of the author and the author’s download on the main page of the event Web site at organization. www.aiaa.org/events/jpc or www.iecec.org. AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B23
  12. 12. Sessions at a Glance Advanced Concepts in Energy Conversion I, II Hall Thrusters I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII Advanced Propulsion Concepts I, II Harmonic Balance Advanced Radioisotope Power System Technology Hazards and Unique Solid Rocket Technologies Advanced Seal Technology I, II, III Heat Transfer I, II Advanced Stirling Converters for Space Heating and Cooling of Buildings Advanced and Innovative EP R&D I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII High Speed Combustion Advancements in Space Nuclear Power Systems High Speed Inlet/Isolator Aerospace and Terrestrial Power Systems Thermal Management High-Speed Airbreathing Propulsion Air-Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration I (Aero History Performance I) Hybrid and Gas Turbine Engine Propulsion Air-Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration II (Aero Hydrocarbon Fuels Performance II) Hypersonic Vehicle Design Issues Aircraft Power Systems Alternate Fuel Development for Aviation Engines (Invited) Ignition and Motor Testing of Solid Rockets Alternative Fuels and Reacting Systems In-Space Chemical Propulsion Alternative System Configurations In-Space Micropropulsion Development Aluminum Agglomeration In-Space Propulsion Flight and Development Programs Aluminum Combustion In-Space Propulsion System and Facility Studies Ares Motor Status, History and Novel Propulsion Inlets & Compressors Innovative Chemical Propulsion Battery Science and Application Internal Ballistics Modeling Bidirectional Flow Analysis Liquid Propulsion History I: Legacies - Liquid Propulsion Pioneers Combined-Cycle Engine Systems Liquid Propulsion History II: Legacies - Liquid Propulsion Pioneers Combustion Diagnostics Combustion I, II, III MPD, Pulsed Plasma and Pulsed Inductive Thrusters I, II Combustion Instability Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Thermal Systems Combustion Instability Modeling Motor Grain Design and Ballistics I, II Combustion Instability and Combustion Diagnostics Combustion Modeling Novel Energy System Analysis Combustion Modeling and Simulation Novel Fuel and Oxidizer Combinations I, II Commercial Space Propulsion Systems Novel Wind Energy Systems Compressors Nuclear Thermal Propulsion Control Systems Planetary Spacecraft Power Systems Design and Performance Dawn Mission and Propulsion System Practical Solar Energy Systems Double Pulse Motor Special Session Propulsion Education I, II Droplets and Sprays Propulsion Modeling - Analysis Tools Dual Mode Scramjet Engines Propulsion Modeling - Combustion Stability Analysis Propulsion Modeling - Combustion Stability Investiation Earth Orbiting Spacecraft Power System Design and Performance Propulsion Modeling - Combustion and Novel Engines Energetic Components Design and Application I, II Propulsion Modeling - Heat Transfer I Energetic Materials Characterization and Analysis I, II Propulsion Modeling - Heat Transfer II Energetic Materials Propulsion Modeling - Nozzles Energy Storage Systems and Technologies Propulsion Modeling - Propellant Injection and Injectors Energy Systems History and Impact Propulsion Modeling - Tankage and Pumps Engine Component and System Performance Modeling Propulsion System Components - Combustion Chambers Erosive and Steady State Propellant Burning Propulsion System Components - Cooling Evaluation of Combustion Performance of Alternative Aviation Propulsion System Components - Igniters, Gas Generators, and Fuels (Invited) Novel Technology Experimental Investigation of Combustion Processes Propulsion System Components - Inducers and Pumps Propulsion System Components - Injectors I FEEP, Colloid, and Microthrusters I, II, III, IV Propulsion System Components - Injectors II Feed System Studies - Analysis and Modeling Propulsion System Components - Nozzles Feed System Studies - Components Propulsion Systems - ARES I Launch Vehicle Feed System Studies - Tanks and Sloshing Propulsion Systems - Characterize, Test, Design, Model Fire Analysis and Experimentation Propulsion Systems - Combustion Chambers Flight Systems: Development and Testing Propulsion Systems - Combustion Stability Fuel Cells for Aircraft Applications Propulsion Systems - Deep Throttling Future Flight Propulsion Propulsion Systems - Engine Development Future Generation Space Transportation Propulsion Systems - Gelled Propellants Propulsion Systems - Injectors Gel Propellants I, II Propulsion Systems - Micro-Engines and Satellite Propulsion Green Energy Conversion Technologies Propulsion Systems - Nozzles and Propellant Topics B24 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010
  13. 13. Propulsion Thermodynamics I Studies of Commercial Power Options Propulsion Thermodynamics II Supersonic Mixing/Injection I, II Public Consultation on the Biennial Update to the National Plan Supporting Technologies for Space Exploration for Aeronautics Research and Development and Related Swirl-Injected Oxidizer Hybrid Rocket Combustion Infrastructure System Concepts and Supporting Propulsion Technologies I Pulse Detonation Engines I, II, III, IV (Controls I) System Concepts and Supporting Propulsion Technologies II Research Needs and Opportunities in Hypersonic Airbreathing (Controls II) Propulsion (Panel) System Concepts and Supporting Propulsion Technologies III Research Needs and Opportunities in Liquid Rocket (Integrated M&S) Propulsion (Panel) System Concepts and Supporting Propulsion Technologies VII Rocket Propulsion/Energetic Materials (Controls III) System Concepts and Supporting Propulsion Technologies VIII Scramjet Engines - Computational Investigations I, II (Sensing and Measuring Technologies) Scramjet Engines - Experimental Investigations I, II Solid Propellant Combustion Taurus II: Development of a Medium Class Launch Vehicle Solid Rocket Behavior Simulations Turbines Solid Rocket Nozzle Technology I, II Two Phase Thermal Control Technology Solid-Fuel Regression Phenomena Space Solar Power Energy Conversion & Wireless Power UAV Electrical Systems Transmission Unique Propulsion systems Space Solar Power Technologies & Systems Options & Challenges Space Transportation I, II X-51 (Invited) Space Transportation Systems Cost Assessment and Control Spacecraft Power System Modeling Spacecraft and Lunar/Mars Surface Thermal Management Visit www.aiaa.org/events/jpc and www.iecec.org Stirling Power Conversion Test Results for the full conference program, papers, and speakers. Stirling Technology Development Early Bird Registration Deadline: 31 May 2010 27th AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Testing Late Registration Deadline: 21 June 2010 Conference 28th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics www.aiaa.org/events/Chicago2010 Conference 5th AIAA Flow Control Conference 40th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit 41st AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Conference 10th AIAA/ASME Joint Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference 28 June–1 July 2010 Hyatt Regency McCormick Place Chicago, IL 10-0012 10-0012 AiAA Bulletin / April 2010 B25

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