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|Other titles||NASA SDIO Sppace Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop.|
|Statement||compiled by Louis A. Teichman and Bland A. Stein.|
|Series||NASA conference publication -- 3035.|
|Contributions||Teichman, Louis A., Stein, Bland A., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.|
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NASA/SDIO Space Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop Compiled by Louis A. Teichman and Bland A. Stein NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia Proceedings of a workshop jointly sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, and held at NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VirginiaFile Size: 8MB.
NASA/SDIO space environmental effects on materials workshop: proceedings of a workshop jointly sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, and held at NASA Langley Research Center. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO) cosponsored a workshop on Space Environmental Effects on Materials.
The joint workshop was designed to inform participants of the present state of knowledge regarding space environmental effects on materials and to identify knowledge gaps that prevent informed decisions on the best use of advanced materials in space for long duration NASA and SDIO.
Get this from a library. NASA/SDIO Space Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop. [Louis A Teichman; Bland A Stein; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.;].
S.L. Koontz, “Atomic Oxygen Effects on Spacecraft Materials — The State of the Art of Our Knowledge”, Proc. NASA/SDIO Space Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop, NASA CPPart 1 (). Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. The present state of knowledge regarding space environmental effects on materials is described and the knowledge gaps that prevent informed decisions on the best use of advanced materials in space for long-duration NASA and Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO) missions are : Bland A.
Stein and Louis A. Teichman. The second NASA/DoD workshop on evolvable hardware. seminari, esercitazioni e workshop.
Proc. NASA/SDIO Space Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop. These threats include vacuum, solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation, charged particle (ionizing) radiation, plasma, surface charging and arcing, temperature extremes, thermal cycling, impacts from micrometeoroids and orbital debris (MMOD), and environment‑induced contamination.
Spacecraft Materials in the Space Flight Environment: International Space Station - May to May John Golden(2)*,Mary J. Lorenz(2), John Alred(1), Steven L. Koontz (1), Michael Pedley, Eric Christiansen(4) Abstract The performance of ISS spacecraft materials and systems on prolonged exposure to the low-Earth orbit.
The effects of the natural space environment on spacecraft design, development, and operations are the topic of a series of NASA Reference Publications currently being developed by the Electromagnetics and Environments Branch, Systems Analysis and Integration Laboratory.
J.T. Visentine, in: NASA/SDIO Space Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop, June 28–July 1,Hampton Virginia, NASA CPp. Google Scholar Cited by: This researcher’s guide is intended to help potential researchers plan experiments that would be exposed to the space environment, while externally attached to or deployed from the ISS.
A Researcher’s Guide to: Space Environmental Effects | NASAAuthor: Dylan Steele. Following a brief description of the LEO environment, ground-based simulation facilities for atomic oxygen and evaluation of protective coatings are discussed.
Atomic oxygen resistant coatings based on different polymeric systems such as fluorinated polymers, silicones, poly (carborane-siloxane)s and decarborane-based polymers are by: Materials International Space Station Experiment, or MISSE, is a series of experiments that test the stability and durability of materials and devices in the space environment.
MISSE 7A & &B are pictured here, mounted to the exterior of the space station. Image Credit: NASA Space isn't empty. Space is considered an environment - an extreme.
This review attempts to bring together the published data and analysis related to the effect of low earth orbit (LEO) atomic oxygen (AO) interaction with spacecraft materials. The basic interaction mechanism of AO with spacecraft materials and quantification of its effect on materials performance are briefly discussed.
After providing a list of materials susceptible to the LEO environment Cited by: While the primary emphasis of the book is the Earth's environment and its effects on spacecraft, it also addresses the extraterrestrial environment and the effects of radiation on humans in space.
The book begins with an introduction to the history of spacecraft failures, risk management, reliability and quality assurance techniques, and parts Cited by: The Solar System Radiation Environment and NASA's Vision for Space Exploration: A Workshop Space Studies Board Abbreviated statement of task: An ad hoc committee of the Space Studies Board will sponsor a cross-disciplinary workshop on the radiation environments in the inner solar system and their effects on astronauts and operational.
Space Environment’s Effects on Seal Materials Henry C. de Groh III 1, C. Daniels2, P. Dunlap, S. Miller1, J. Dever1, D. Waters3, and B. Steinetz1 Mechanical Components Branch, James Zakrajsek, Electro-Physics Branch, Joyce Dever/Bruce Banks NASA Glenn Research Center NASA Seal/Secondary Air System Workshop Nov.1) NASA Glenn.
Polymers are used in a number of applications in the space systems — space craft, space station — like thermal control coatings, adhesives, tapes, potting compounds, toughening/damping materials, seals, thin film substrates, thermal insulations in addition to composite structures.
Space research demands very stringent requirements from these polymers because of the extreme environments experienced by these materials by: 2.
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ENVIRONMENT, T. Stubbs, this workshop. Lunar systems must consider all the relevant space environment hazards, just as designers for new Earth-orbiting systems in new orbital regimes with new materials, parts, and new requirements have to consider the comprehensive view of.
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Atomic Oxygen Effects on Spacecraft Materials. Symposium on Materials in a Space Environment cosponsored by the European of aeronautics and space science.
The NASA Scientific and Technical.  NASA/SDIO Space Environmental Effects on Materials Workshop Held in Hampton, Virginia on June July 1, Part 2. Part 2.  G.A. Dries, and S. S Tompkins, Effects of Thermal Cycling on Thermal Expansion and Mechanical Properties of Several Graphite-Reinforced Aluminum Metal Cited by: 2.
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environments, and effects on spacecraft materials and systems. This space environment and spacecraft effects organization would be comprised of Technical Working Groups (TWG) focusing on, for example: a) Charged Particles (CP), b) Space Environmental Effects (SEE), and c) Interplanetary and Extraterrestrial Environments (IEE).
environment and how this hostile environment impacts spacecraft materials and systems. The space environment investigated by the LDEF researchers included: ionizing radiation, ultraviolet radiation, meteoroid and debris, atomic oxygen, thermal cycling, vacuum, microgravity, induced contamination and various synergistic effects.
The materials used as part of LDEF and its experiments include polymers, metals, glass, paints and coatings. Space Radiation Effects Materials Radiation hardiness is a critical issue for materials used in long-duration space flight.
Molecular level modeling using parallel software and high-end computing facilities at Ames Research Center allows the developer of space materials to simulate radiation damages to structural, shielding, and electronic. Effects of the space flight environment on spacecraft safety, reliability, and mission success.
More specifically, space radiation effects on avionics and materials, spacecraft charging. Dexter, H. Benson. Long Term Environmental Effects and Flight Service Evaluation of Composite Materials. NASA TM Kamenetzky, R.R.
and Whitaker, A.F. Performance of Thermal Control Tape in the Protection of Composite Materials to Space Environmental Exposure.
Tennyson R.C., Young P.R. () Environmental Effects on Cited by: 3. NASA and the Environment: Science in a Political Context of our planet as a symbol for the irst earth day in Without a doubt, the space program helped catalyze the environmental movement, especially insofar as getting it to think about the.
global. environment. NASA in the sFile Size: KB. Space Administration NASA History Division Office of External Relations NASA Headquarters Washington, DC NASA SP NASA SP NASA and the Environment • THE CASE OF OZONE DEPLETION By W.
Henry Lambright Monographs in Aerospace History No. 38 NASA SP May File Size: 1MB. • List the major hazards of the space environment and describe their effects on spacecraft • List and describe the major hazards of the space environment that pose a problem for humans living and working in space Outline Cosmic Perspective Where is Space.
The Solar System The Cosmos The Space Environment and Spacecraft File Size: 1MB. NASA's Kennedy Space Center Environmental Program is managed by the Environmental Management Branch (EMB), and the Environmental Assurance Branch (EAB), which is part of the Spaceport Integration and Services Directorate.
The Environmental Branches have the professional capability for environmental policy development, engineering and research. Cassini – “Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Cassini Mission” Box 6. Cassini – CONTOUR. Cassini/Huygens – Sources Used in Writing Cassini/Huygens book by Michael Meltzer.
Champollion/Space Technology Comet Lander () Clementine (NASA/SDIO) Comet Rendezvous (CRAF). The study of how materials react to chemicals or conditions is called material science, and it is a very important field within chemistry for NASA scientists.
For example, the New Horizons spacecraft, which was designed to fly by Pluto, was constructed of aluminum because it’s cheap and lightweight, which meant less fuel was needed to launch.
Welcome to the Materials and Processes Technical Information System (MAPTIS) Web Site. The goal of MAPTIS is to provide a single-point source for materials properties for NASA and NASA associated contractors and organizations. MAPTIS contains physical, mechanical and environmental properties for metallic and non-metallic materials.
Space weathering refers to the gradual alteration of materials when they are exposed to the harsh space environment. Lunar samples, and to some extent meteorites, have provided a benchmark for understanding the processes and products of space weathering, but understanding the causes and the effects of space weathering on different planetary surfaces, however, is not simple.
The effect of atomic oxygen impact angle for Kapton and Mylar in space indicates that the rate of material recession depends on the impact angle with respect to the surface normal raised to the power as opposed to the power as on might expect [Visentine et al., ].
Commercial Microelectronics Technologies for Applications in the Satellite Radiation Environment. Kenneth A. LaBel, Michele M. Gates, Amy K. Moran NASA/GSFC Code Greenbelt, MD FAX Paul W. Marshall Consultant.
Janet Barth, E.G. Stassinopoulos NASA/GSFC Code Greenbelt, MD Christina M. Seidleck. Final Report NSF-NASA Workshop on Autonomous Construction and Manufacturing for Space Electrical Power Systems. 51 pages.
A Fresh Look at Space Solar Power: New Architectures, Concepts, and Technologies. John C. Mankins. International Astronautical Federation IAF .A discussion between multiple SSERVI teams on issues of lunar science and exploration recently appeared in the ‘Catalyst’ section of the journal CHEM.
The Catalyst approach is to seek out a new topic and have a discussion about it. The original article defining the issue is called a ‘Catalyst.Get this from a library!
Proceedings of the NASA Workshop on Atomic Oxygen Effects, November[David E Brinza; Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.);].