New PDF release: A Review of NASA's 'Atmospheric Effects of Stratospheric

By National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Environment and Resources Commission on Geosciences, Panel on Atmospheric Effects of Aviation

The NRC Panel at the Atmospheric results of Aviation (PAEAN) used to be tested to supply information to NASA's Atmospheric results of Aviation application (AEAP) by way of comparing the appropriateness of the program's study plan, appraising the project-sponsored effects relative to the present kingdom of medical wisdom, opting for key clinical uncertainties, and suggesting examine actions prone to decrease these uncertainties.

Over the previous few years, the panel has written periodic stories of either the subsonic aviation (Subsonic Assessment-SASS) and the supersonic aviation (Atmospheric results of Stratospheric Aircraft-AESA) parts of AEAP, together with: An meantime overview of the Subsonic overview venture (1997); An period in-between evaluate of AEAP's Emissions Characterization and Near-Field Interactions components (1997); An period in-between evaluate of the AESA venture: technological know-how and development (1998); Atmospheric results of aviation: A evaluation of NASA's Subsonic overview undertaking (1998). This file constitutes the ultimate evaluation of AESA and may be the final record written via this panel. the first viewers for those stories is this system managers and scientists affiliated with AEAP, even though every now and then the subjects mentioned are of curiosity to a much wider audience.

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1995). More recently, Ristori and Baudoin (1996) reported high concentrations of HONO at the exit of an engine combustor; however, an emission index for HONO was not reported. Progress has been made in characterizing and understanding gas-phase emissions from supersonic aircraft and in the development of low NOx engines for the future HSCT, but because the HSCT is still a concept, rather than a real airplane, its actual emissions cannot be known at this time. NASA has thus used ranges of emission indices in the assessment of atmospheric effects.

These changes, in turn, may have indirect effects on ozone and on global climate through coupling with radiative and dynamical atmospheric processes. Hence, assessing the atmospheric impact of a fleet of HSCTs requires not only an understanding of the chemistry of the natural stratosphere and its possible perturbations by HSCT emissions, but also a quantitative understanding of the pathways for transport of HSCT emissions, and their resulting temporal and spatial distribution within the atmosphere.

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