Design study on multi-layered stand-off thermal protection system using porous titanium panels

Ryosuke Hayashi, Takuya Aoki, Toshio Ogasawara, Yoshinori Wakita, Yoshiki Morino

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    Abstract

    New thermal protection systems (TPSs) with impact resistance, ability of refurbishment and enhanced weather resistance are required for future hypersonic airplanes (HSAs). Compared with reusable launch vehicles, heat flux during flights of HSAs is lower but total heating time of HSAs is much longer. Moreover, TPSs of HSAs will be exposed to elevated temperatures at shorter intervals. The purposes of this study are placed on the designing of multi-layered stand-off TPS (MLS-TPS) using SiC-fiber/SiC matrix composites (SiC/SiCs) and porous Titanium (PoTi) sandwich panels, and on discussing applicability of the TPS to a Mach 5 HSA which is under consideration at JAXA. The MLS-TPS consists of a surface panel made of a SiC/SiC separated from fuselage using SiC/SiC posts (Stand-off structure). PoTi sandwich panels are inserted between the surface panel and fuselage to reduce the heat input to fuselage (Multi-layered insulation structure). Thermal insulation performances at the Mach 5 cruise condition were estimated using three-dimensional finite element analysis (FEA) up to the heat flux of 30kW/m<sup>2</sup>. The FEA results indicated that fuselage temperatures at the heat flux of up to 30kW/m<sup>2</sup> can be lower than allowable upper limit temperature of aluminium alloy without using active cooling. Furthermore, it was shown that the low thermal expansion of SiC/SiC surface panel was highly effective for supressing the thermal deformation of MLS-TPS.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC
    PublisherInternational Astronautical Federation, IAF
    Pages5725-5731
    Number of pages7
    Volume8
    ISBN (Print)9781634399869
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    Event65th International Astronautical Congress 2014: Our World Needs Space, IAC 2014 - Toronto, Canada
    Duration: 2014 Sep 292014 Oct 3

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    Other65th International Astronautical Congress 2014: Our World Needs Space, IAC 2014
    CountryCanada
    CityToronto
    Period14/9/2914/10/3

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    thermal protection
    hypersonics
    fuselages
    Hypersonic aerodynamics
    titanium
    Titanium
    Fuselages
    heat flux
    Aircraft
    Heat flux
    refurbishment
    Mach number
    reusable launch vehicles
    temperature
    thermal expansion
    impact resistance
    insulation
    thermal insulation
    Finite element method
    Impact resistance

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Space and Planetary Science
    • Aerospace Engineering
    • Astronomy and Astrophysics

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    Hayashi, R., Aoki, T., Ogasawara, T., Wakita, Y., & Morino, Y. (2014). Design study on multi-layered stand-off thermal protection system using porous titanium panels. In Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC (Vol. 8, pp. 5725-5731). International Astronautical Federation, IAF.

    Design study on multi-layered stand-off thermal protection system using porous titanium panels. / Hayashi, Ryosuke; Aoki, Takuya; Ogasawara, Toshio; Wakita, Yoshinori; Morino, Yoshiki.

    Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC. Vol. 8 International Astronautical Federation, IAF, 2014. p. 5725-5731.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Hayashi, R, Aoki, T, Ogasawara, T, Wakita, Y & Morino, Y 2014, Design study on multi-layered stand-off thermal protection system using porous titanium panels. in Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC. vol. 8, International Astronautical Federation, IAF, pp. 5725-5731, 65th International Astronautical Congress 2014: Our World Needs Space, IAC 2014, Toronto, Canada, 14/9/29.
    Hayashi R, Aoki T, Ogasawara T, Wakita Y, Morino Y. Design study on multi-layered stand-off thermal protection system using porous titanium panels. In Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC. Vol. 8. International Astronautical Federation, IAF. 2014. p. 5725-5731
    Hayashi, Ryosuke ; Aoki, Takuya ; Ogasawara, Toshio ; Wakita, Yoshinori ; Morino, Yoshiki. / Design study on multi-layered stand-off thermal protection system using porous titanium panels. Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC. Vol. 8 International Astronautical Federation, IAF, 2014. pp. 5725-5731
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