Presentation on theme: "Liquid Propulsion Technical Committee T.C. Overview as of 7/29/2012 TC Liaisons JANNAF LP: Rich Cohn ASME: Tom Giel Electric Prop.: Mike Meyer Propellant."— Presentation transcript:
Liquid Propulsion Technical Committee T.C. Overview as of 7/29/2012 TC Liaisons JANNAF LP: Rich Cohn ASME: Tom Giel Electric Prop.: Mike Meyer Propellant & Combustion, EUCASS, ICLASS: Oskar Haidn Liq. Hydrogen: Mohammad Naraghi T.C. Chair Eric Besnard Calif. State Univ., Long Beach Phone: (562) 985-5442 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Vice Chair/Chair-Elect Scott Forde, Aerojet Phone: (916) 355-2357 Email: Scott.Forde@Aerojet.com Treasurer Mike Meyer, NASA GRC Phone: (216) 977-7492 Email: email@example.com Secretary Don Sargent, FAA Phone: (202) 493-4910 Email: Donald.Sargent@FAA.gov Awards Alfredo Lopez Education Alan Frankel History Kent Pugmire Membership Gary Grayson Publications Geoffrey Reber (TBR) Conference planning Ivett Leyva Webmaster Justin Locke TC Members 49 Total – 5 AIAA regular member – 32 Senior members – 12 Associate Fellows – 0 Fellow Category – 23 US Industry (51 %) – 12 US Govt (27%) – 8 International (18%) – 6 Academia (13%) International members – 1 France – 2 Japan – 2 Germany – 2 United Kingdom – 1 Netherlands Subcommittees
Liquid Propulsion Technical Committee T.C. Activities as of 7/29/2012 Recent Conference Performance Issues / Help Needed JPC 2012 (as of July 18) Not allowed by AIAA to have short course at JPC 2012 despite having worked on restructuring the course (see below) Cost associated with bringing back retired distinguished liquid propulsion experts: no sponsoring organization (if still in existence!) Accomplishments Organized a very well attended special Invited Session at JPC 2012: The Legacy of Robert Sackheim; will plan on similar session for 2013 Organized History Session at JPC 2012 with invited panel of distinguished liquid propulsion experts: Hydrogen Propulsion: Centaur-Saturn to J2X and Beyond; session to be taped and archived by CPIA, with DVDs available for sale Organized Liquid Propulsion Short Course at JPC 2011: 26 attendees from U.S. + 6 foreign countries; Unable to sponsor two $1,000 Liquid Propulsion Awards: Student and YP Awards due to short course cancellation Participated in Wyld Award selection committee Selected Best Paper in liquid propulsion from JPC 2011 Provided 4 inputs to AIAAs Congressional Visit Day key issue request: Integrated Space Launch Roadmap, Balance between SLS / MPCV and Commercial Crew programs, Need for ITAR Reform, and Need for Sustained Propulsion R&D Continue restructuring/reorganization of liquid propulsion short course to ensure relevance, combination of breadth and depth; investigate online course offerings Initiate activity to encourage STEM participation in propulsion Continue to provide a balanced yearly review of liquid propulsion in Aerospace America Initiatives & Plans Financial Status Balance as of July 2012: approx. $4,700. Includes: LPTC polo shirts at JPC 2011: ($660) LPTC Awards at JPC 2011 ($2,000) - $0 for 2012 Short course: approx $3,600 at JPC 2011 - $0 for 2012! Papers Submitted: 103 Sessions: 23 Withdrawals: TBD No-Shows: TBD Special Session: Hydrogen Propulsion
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