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|Series||NASA contractor report -- 180832., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180832.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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The requirements are directed toward long life, simplicity, flexibility, and commonality with other space station components. The resistojet assembly is comprised of eight resistojets, fluid components downstream of the waste fluid storage system, a power controller, structure, and : Bruce J. Heckert. Space station resistojet system requirements and interface definition study and Affiliation: Finden, L. E. (Rockwell International Corp., Canoga Park, CA, United States) Abstract: A conceptual design study of the resistojet orbital replacement unit (ORU) was conducted. two pressure regulators or flow control valves, filters, check Author: L. E. Finden. A resistojet is an electrothermal thrust device which produces thrust by expanding a heated gas through a nozzle. The gas is heated as it flows through the resistojet heat exchanger, the temperature being varied by changing the power input to the heater. The resistojet designed for the space station . The requirements are directed toward long life, simplicity, flexibility, and commonality with other space station components. The resistojet assembly is comprised of eight resistojets, fluid.
Heckert, B.J.: Space Station Resistojet System Requirements and Interface Definition Study. NASA Contractor Report , RI/RD 87–, NASA Contractor Report , RI/RD 87–, . Space Station Requirements for Materials and Processes defines the minimum requirements for Materials and Processes (M&P) and provides a general control specification for incorporation in interfaces, or fluid system interfaces can adversely affect the form, fit, or function of flight hardware, and which is used within 3 feet of flight hardware. and Space Administration (NASA) has undergone rapid and continued evolution. Changes include using Model-Based Systems Engineering to improve development and delivery of products, and accommo - dating updates to NASA Procedural Requirements (NPR) Lessons learned on systems engi-neering were documented in reports such as those. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Notes to the Professor • The same presentation shown here is available in CHAPTER X on the WEBPAGE. • This is a shortened version for Professors at KSC • GOAL: Teach SE in weeks • Learning Acceleration Techniques: Led by the professor, System .
SUMMARY Major benefits can be gained by integrating the Space Station propulsion and fluid systems configurations beyond the Phase B Work Package definitions. This was the most significant conclusion reached during the Space Station Integrated Propulsion and Fluids System Study. HRF Interface Definition Document for Rack 2 WS: LS D * 10/ HRF Common Software Interface Design Document: Station Requirements for Materials and Processes: SSP F: Space Station Intravehicular Activity . SPACE STATION PROPULSION SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY Robert E. Jones, Phillip R. Meng, Steven J. Schneider, James S. Sovey, and Robert R. Tacina National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio U.S.A ABSTRACT Two propulsion systems have been selected for the space station: 0/H rockets for high thrust applications and the . Space station resistojet system requirements and interface definition study and a network interface unit that are standard space station components are included in the power controller.