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Implementing the Vision

2nd Space Exploration Conference

J-2X Engine
Steve Bouley
December 6, 2006
PWR Corporate History
North
North American
American Rockwell
Rockwell The
The Boeing
Boeing United
United
North American
North American Rockwell
Rockwell International
International Company
Company Technologies
Technologies
Aviation
Aviation 1967-1973
1967-1973 1973-1996
1973-1996 1996-2005
1996-2005 2005
2005
1928-1967
1928-1967

Four
Four New
New Space
Space Systems
Systems
Divisions
Divisions
Formed
Formed 1955
1955
NAA
NAA Aircraft
Aircraft Autonetics
Autonetics
Operations
Operations (Electronics
(Electronics Systems)
Systems)
Aerophysics
Aerophysics
1928
1928 -- 1946
1946 Laboratory
Laboratory
Rocketdyne
Atomics International Propulsion &
1946-1948
Power
Propulsion Field
Propulsion Field 1984
1984 2005
2005
Laboratory (SSFL)
Laboratory (SSFL) Rocketdyne

1948-2005
1975
United Aircraft Corporation
Pratt
Pratt &
& Whitney
Whitney
Aircraft
Aircraft United Technologies
Company
Company
Pratt & Whitney
1925
1925 1934
1934 Rocketdyne Inc.
Pratt & Whitney

Vought Sikorsky

Hamilton Standard
Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
3,700 Total Employees
1,100 Employees 1,250 Employees
Canoga Facility De Soto Facility
(California) (California)

Consolidation 2008

San Jose Facility 120 Employees


(California) 35 Employees
Kennedy Space Center
Decommission 2007 (Florida)

80
Employees 235 880
Employees Employees
Marshall Space Flight Center
(Alabama) West Palm Beach
Stennis Space Center (Florida)
(Mississippi)
J-2X: Apollo-era Derivative Engine
CEV Upper Stage and CaLV EDS Engine
Crew

Lander
Earth Departure
Stage (1 J-2X)
450 klb LOx/LH2
S-IVB (1 J-2)
Upper Stage 240 klb LOx/LH2
(1 J-2X)
280 klb LOx/LH2
S-II (5 J-2)
1 Mlb LOx/LH2

Core Stage
5 (5 RS-68)
Segment 2.6 Mlb LOx/LH2 S-IC (5 F-1)
RSRM 3.9 Mlb LOx/RP

Height: 309 ft Height: 358 ft Height: 364 ft


Gross Liftoff Mass: 2.0Mlb Gross Liftoff Mass: 6.4Mlb Gross Liftoff Mass: 6.5Mlb
Crew Launch Vehicle Cargo Launch Vehicle Saturn V
J-2 Engine Lineage
J-2X: Adding a new member to the family

1960-1970 1965-1971 1996-2001 2006-

Configuration J-2 J-2S X-33 J-2X


Thrust 230 klb 265 klb 261 klb 294 klb
Isp 425 sec 436 sec 419 sec 448 sec
Mass 3,492 lb 3,800 lb 7,500 lb 5,360 lb
Length 116 in 116 in 79 in 185 in
Requirements
J-2X & RS-68 Size Comparison

J-2X

RS-68
Development Plan Summary
CY 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
1 3
Ar
es r ion
J-2X Engine DDT&E O
Engine Need Milestones
SRR Mass Sim E10006
ATP PRR SDR PDR CDR
Level 4 DCR
Engine Completions
CoDR PDR CDR 1 2 3 4 5 6 1
00 000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2000 2000
2
10 1
Level 5
Design Fabrication & Assembly

PPA #1a PPA #1d PPA #2 E10002 E10003E10005


Stand Prep (10) (15) (15) (20) (20) (25) A-1
E10001 (4) E20001
E10006 E20002
Stand Prep (8) (4) (14) A-2
E10004 (4)
E10004 E20001
Stand Prep (14) (14) Vacuum (PBS)

Integration
E10002
System Development Test Plan:
Stand Prep (8) MPTA
2 Power Pack Assy - 40 starts / 11880 sec
5 Dev. Engines - 128 starts / 23920 sec
2 Certification Engines - 44 starts / 11015 sec
1 Test Flight Engine - 7 starts / 1695 sec
J-2 Legacy Expertise Support

Paul Coffman Bill Hagler Don Eddy Joe Stangeland


George Baird Rich Nelson Ron Urquidi John Halchak
Paul Seitz
(not pictured) Recurring NAR team established
J-2X Powers the Vision for
Space Exploration
• PWR on contract now and executing
• Working to definitize DDT&E contract in
parallel
• Accelerated schedule - early testing / fab
critical
• Rely on heritage & flight proven
technology
• J-2X success critical to Exploration
sustainability
Low risk propulsion for Exploration