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LAD - Astrophysics Data System

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Last Updated: 06 April 2022

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Using Tapered Channels to Improve LAD Performance for Cryogenic Fluids: Suborbital Testing Results

Abstract: For long-term space missions, the development of cryogenic fluid storage and transfer technologies for in-space propulsion and storage systems is required. For engine restart and liquid transfer procedures, screened channel liquid acquisition systems have been used with storable propellants to produce vapor-free fluid. Due to the low temperatures associated with cryogenic fluids, the use of LADs with cryogenic fluids is problematic. Two new simulant fluids were recently used to produce tapered LAD technology, and it was demonstrated that the technique can passively expel vapor bubbles within the channel.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021GSR.....9..115S/abstract


The LAD Experiment: measuring medium-modification using spectator-tagged deep inelastic scattering

For nearly 40 years, the EMC effect, or the alteration of bound nucleons relative to free nucleons, has been a major open mystery in nuclear physics. A large-Acceptance detector consisting of GEMs and scintillators would tag spectator protons from DIS on bound neutrons, establishing a link between the deuteron's initial state and quark momentum transfer.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021APS..DNP.EG003S/abstract

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