Aircraft Propulsion is a field of engineering that focuses on the design and development of engines used by aircraft, spacecraft, and ground vehicles. Propulsion Engineers have an extensive amount of knowledge and experience in the design, operation, and analysis of these complex systems. With an understanding of everything from atmospheric conditions to engine operation, a Propulsion Engineer can help clients adapt their existing setups and design new propulsion systems tailored to their needs.
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Participants need to fill out the Challenge Registration form before submitting the solution. Please refer to the Guidelines tab for more information. Overview As space travel extends to greater duration and distance, missions may require a propellant refill in space. To achieve this, spacecraft may require larger tanks and efficient refueling along with tanks that have the capability of isolating propellant from ullage fluid (a gas and vapor mixture) during a vent. The goal of this Challenge is to develop a novel solution for the venting of ullage contents from a partially full propellant tank, in microgravity, with minimal loss of propellant. This ullage venting solution would help allow the adjustment of pressure in the receiving tank prior to, during, and/or after the liquid propella...