First order ozone impact of a fleet of supersonic business jets (SSBJs)
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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center, Available from NASA Center for Aerospace Information in [Cleveland, Ohio], Hanover, MD .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Civil aviation.,
  • Ozonosphere.,
  • Supersonic speed.,
  • Supersonc transports.,
  • Contaminants.,
  • Exhaust emission.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementSteven L. Baughcum.
Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR-2002-211898., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-211898.
ContributionsNASA Glenn Research Center.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16056858M

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Supersonic vehicles cruise at a higher altitude than subsonic vehicles, therefore, have a greater potential to deplete the ozone layer. UIUC studied the impact of a fleet of SSBJs' emission on the. Inclusion of this reaction has only a marginal impact on the calculated ozone trends between and The effect of the reaction on an atmosphere which has been heavily perturbed by sulphate aerosols for the p. Feb 01,  · The paper discusses the potential effects on the ozone layer of gases released by the engines of proposed high altitude supersonic aircraft. The major problem arises from the emissions of nitrogen oxides which have the potential to destroy significant quantities of ozone in the eduevazquez.com by: The design of the E-5 Neutrino Supersonic Business Jet was carried out by 15 academic staff and team of 30 students over a period of seven months. The scope of the study is to provide a complete review of the issues relating to the design of supersonic business jets – the E-5 being a focal case eduevazquez.com by:

In this report, a two-dimensional model is used to evaluate parametrically the ozone impact of supersonic business jets as a function of fleet fuel use at cruise altitudes, NOx emission index. Feb 03,  · Grewe, V., Stenke, A., Plohr, M. and Korovkin, V., Climate functions for the use in multi-disciplinary optimisation in the pre-design of supersonic business jets. This paper is due to be published in the May , , (), edition of Aeronaut eduevazquez.com by: 9. but present model calculations indicate that a fleet of high-speed civil transports would deplete the ozone layer by Supersonic aircraft fly in the stratosphere. Since vertical transport in the stratosphere is slow, the exhaust gases from a supersonic jet can stay there for two years or more. AN ANALYSIS OF THE MARKET ENVIRONMENT FOR SUPERSONIC BUSINESS JETS. B. Liebhardt, K. Lütjens. German Aerospace Center (DLR) – Air Transportation Systems, D–Hamburg. Abstract. This paper is based on scientific work in the DLR proposition „Virtual Integration Platform (VIP) 3 – Small Supersonic Transport“.

Keywords: supersonic business jet, aircraft design ABSTRACT This paper presents a conceptual design for a supersonic business jet based on a design requirement for an km range, Mach cruise, 19 passenger aircraft. Areas investigated in detail include structures, aerodynamics, stability, cabin and cockpit layout, fuel. Book contents; Innovation in Aeronautics. Innovation in Aeronautics. , Pages First order ozone impact of a fleet of supersonic business jets (SSBJs) () D. Wuebbles. Parametric analysis of potential effects on stratospheric and tropospheric ozone chemistry by a fleet of supersonic business jets projected in a Author: H. Smith. decreases of % for the Northern Hemisphere. Although NOx aircraft emissions have the largest impact on ozone, the effects from H20 emissions contribute to the calculated ozone change (about 20%). Net changes in the column ozone from supersonic aircraft modeling result from ozone mixing ratio enhancements. THE EFFECT OF SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT PLANES ON THE STRATOSPHERIC OZONE SHIELD By Harold Johnston':' INTRODUCTION A particularly good statement of the how the U.S. Government viewed the possible environmental effects of the supersonic trans­ port (SST) is given by the publication, Technical Information jar Congress (TIC), "The Supersonic.