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Information flow in the launch vehicle design/analysis process
W. R. Humphries
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Marshall Space Flight Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Marshall Space Flight Center, Ala, Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Statement||W.R. Humphries, W. Holland and R. Bishop.|
|Series||[NASA technical memorandum] -- NASA/TM-1999-209877., NASA technical memorandum -- 209877.|
|Contributions||Holland, W., Bishop, R., George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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Information Flow in the Launch Vehicle Design/Analysis ProcessCited by: 2. INFORMATION FLOW IN THE LAUNCH VEHICLE DESIGN/ANALYSIS PROCESS 1. INTRODUCTION For today's competitive environment, it is imperative to reduce the time and cost of launch vehicle design projects. Launch vehicle design involves the work of many disciplines; each dependent on the work of other by: 2.
Get this from a library. Information flow in the launch vehicle design/analysis process. [W R Humphries; W Holland; R Bishop; George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.].
This paper describes the results of a team effort aimed at defining the information flow between disciplines at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) engaged in the design of space launch vehicles.
The information flow is modeled at a first level and is described using three types of templates: an N x N diagram, discipline flow diagrams, and discipline task descriptions. This document defines the Design Product Packages required to perform Level 2 Vehicle and Launch System Design Integration activities.
Additionally, this document describes the intent, usage, format, content, and management of those datasets in the context of both analytical and physical launch vehicle integration activities.
Launch vehicle design is a complex, multidisciplinary engineering activity that requires making difficult compromises to achieve balance among competing objectives for the vehicle, including safety, reliability, performance, operability, and cost (ref.
3).Cited by: Launch vehicle systems design analysis. By V. Verderaime and Robert Ryan. Abstract. Current launch vehicle design emphasis is on low life-cycle cost. This paper applies total quality management (TQM) principles to a conventional systems design analysis process to provide low-cost, high-reliability designs.
Suggested TQM techniques include Author: V. Verderaime and Robert Ryan. Aerodynamic Vehicle Design and Analysis. 22 /0 4/ Jason Moffat for more images of the Z4 concept during the design process. aeroheating into conceptual reuable launch vehicle design /.
The infomacian presented herein, by rext and sketches, describes launch preparation activities, launch facilities, and the space vehicle. This information permits the reader to follow the space vehicle sequence Of events begin- ning a few hours prior fo liftoff.
APPENDIX 3A MISSILE SYSTEM PRELAUNCH SAFETY PACKAGE 3A.1 INTRODUCTION 3A Purpose The Missile System Prelaunch Safety Package (MSPSP) provides a detailed description of haz-ardous and safety critical ground support and flight hardware equipment, systems, and materials and their interfaces used in the launch of launch vehicles File Size: KB.
The Space Launch System Program (SLSP) Vehicle Design Environments Volume 7: Natural Environments specifies applicable natural environments for the SLSP system and its elements.
The applicable natural environments are obtained from SLS-SPEC, Cross-Program Design Specification for Natural Environments (DSNE).File Size: KB. sary information for making Systems Engineering (SE) decisions. While the SEMP is focused on DDT&E, it also addresses traceability of stakeholder requirements and supportability across the project lifecycle.
Scope The scope of this CSLV Project SEMP applies directly to the Crew Launch Vehicle (CLV) and the Cargo Launch Vehicle (CaLV). Nation’s largest launch vehicle to component development efforts. MSFC has experience in structural modeling, vehicle coupled loads analysis, vibroacoustics analysis, and strength analysis to support the design process as well as forensic analysis for anomaly and failure investigation.
Advances in “state of the art” modeling, analysis and. Get this from a library. Launch vehicle design process description and training formulation: final report for order no. HD: 23 April through 15 August [Aero Thermo Technology (Firm); George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.;].
The objective is to provide the launch vehicle designer with an economical and practical means to analyze and evaluate new launch vehicles during the conceptual and preliminary design phases.
State-of-the-art aerodynamics analysis methods, historical design guidelines, corporate memory and experience. A system analysis program for the preliminary design of a liquid rocket engine is developed to analyze performance according to the input variables and the requirements needed.
It contains sub-system analysis program modules that include the main thrust chamber, gasgenerator, turbo pumps, and turbine. The hydraulic system, which includes pipes, valves, Cited by: 1.
COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) IN LAUNCH VEHICLE APPLICATIONS discipline that has come of age in the concurrent engineering process that results in the design, development, and flight of highly reliable and cost effective launch vehicle systems.
Impact of File Size: 39KB. Expendable Launch Vehicle (ELV) System Safety Milestones and Process Flow INTRODUCTION System safety assessment and engineering support for ELV missions includes the efforts outlined in the following paragraphs.
DELIVERABLES Safety Plan A written Safety Plan shall be created to assure that a comprehensive hazard analysis. The safety review process is defined for: ISS elements (flight and ground), visiting vehicles and ISS support equipment.
This process includes an in- line safety review process and a phased safety review process. The in-line safety review process assures that ISS safety requirements are incorporated into the ongoing design activities. TheFile Size: KB. The VLOADS program calculates launch vehicles' in-flight structural loads for preliminary design.
The program may also be used to calculate structural loads for upper stages and planetary transfer vehicles. Launch vehicle information and input data such as aerodynamic coefficients, mass.
Outgassing data, derived from tests at K ( C) for 24 hours in a vacuum as per ASTM Ehave been compiled for numerous materials for spacecraft use.
The data presented are the total mass loss (TML) and the collected volatile condensable materials (CVCM). The various materials are compiled by likely usage and alphabetically.Failure mode, effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) use in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reusable launch vehicle (RLV) licensing process Abstract: The FMECA is a key analytical tool for ensuring the launch vehicle design meets the established requirements.
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