by Dept. of the Navy, Naval Weapons Support Center, Weapons Quality Engineering Center, Goddard Space Flight Center in Crane, Ind, [Greenbelt, Md.] .
Written in English
Microfiche. [Washington, D.C. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration], 1984. 1 microfiche.
|Other titles||Initial evaluation tests of General Electric Company 4.0 ampere-hour nickel-cadmium spacecraft cells for the AMPTE satellite program.|
|Statement||prepared by J.D. Harkness.|
|Series||NASA CR -- 173357., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-173357.|
|Contributions||Naval Weapons Support Center (U.S.), Goddard Space Flight Center.|
|The Physical Object|
evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells acceptance test of general electric company ampere-hour nickel-cadmium cells w/ signal & recombination electrodes prepared for goddard space flight center contract w 12, qua llty evaluation lab 0 rat0 ry nad crane, indiana (e) Preliminary Work Statement for Battery Evaluation Program Order NWer Wll, B end FQWSK of 2 October to CO HAI) Crane of August I. TFSTASSIGIWNTBRIEF, A. In compliance with references (a) and (b), evaluation of C & D five ampere-hour secondary spacecraft cells was begun according to the program outline of reference (c). :// quality evaluation and engineering laboratory department crane* indiana evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells acceptance test of eagle-picher ampere-hour nickel-cadmium cells with auxiliary electrodes qeel/c 10 march prepared by d. e. christy prepared under the direction of approved by d. e. mains h. l. forston Evaluation Program for Secondary Spacecraft Cells. Initial Evaluation Tests of General Electric Company Ampere-Hour Nickel-Cadmium Spacecraft Cells for the AMPTE Satellite Program 著者 Harkness, J. D 大きさ、容量等 microfiche 18 p 注記 資料種別
Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells. A life cycle test of secondary electric batteries for spacecraft applications was conducted. A sample number of nickel cadmium batteries were subjected to general performance tests to determine the limit of their actual capabilities. discovered in cell design are reported and aid in Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells Harkness, J. D. Abstract. The results of life cycle tests of secondary spacecraft cells are summarized. Cells consisted of seven sample classifications ranging from to 20 ampere-hours, nlc nickel cadmium, silver cadmium, and silver zinc sealed cells The cycle life tests to determine the performance capabilities of packs of cells under different loads and temperature conditions are reported. Results are summarized, and the failure of 14 failed cells is analyzed. It was found that the main cause of failure was separator deterioration and migration of the negative plate :// H/abstract. Book Now Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells - CORE. Next. Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells - CORE. 28 Jun. Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells - CORE. heson"> heson no Comments. Evaluation And assessment Frameworks For Improving -
Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells: Cycle life test Harkness, J. D. Abstract. The service life and storage stability for several storage batteries were determined. The batteries included silver-zinc batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries, and silver-cadmium batteries. The cell performance characteristics and limitations are to be Evaluation of secondary spacecraft cells was begun according to the program outline. The cycle life test of the evaluation program of secondary spacecraft cells, through 15 December is :// An evaluation test program was conducted to insure that all cells put into the life cycle program are of high quality by the screening of cells found to have electrolyte leakage, internal shorts, low capacity, or inability of any cell to recover its open-circuit voltage above volts during the internal short test. The 20 cells were manufactured for the National Aeronautics and Space H/abstract. Get this from a library! Evaluation program for secondary spacecraft cells: initial evaluation tests of General Electric Company ampere-hour nickel-cadmium spacecraft cells for the AMPTE satellite program. [J D Harkness; Naval Weapons Support Center (U.S.); Goddard Space Flight Center.]