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Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-95

Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-95

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debris.,
  • High speed photography.,
  • Space missions.,
  • Space shuttles.,
  • Ice prevention.,
  • Deicing.,
  • Cryogenics.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDebris ice TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-95.
    StatementGregory Katnik.
    SeriesTechnical memorandum -- 1999-208541., NASA technical memorandum -- 208541.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18136381M

    STS-6 Mission Report STSB MER Report STSB Mission Report STSG MER Report STSG Mission Report STS MER Report STS Mission Report STS Close Call STS Mission Safety Eval Record STS MER Report STS Mission Report STS Debris, Ice, TPS Assessment STS Mission Safety Evaluation STS Mission Report STS Debris, Ice. Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for Shuttle Mission STS Summary report of mission acceleration measurements .

    On day 2 of the mission, NAS Division CFD researcher Stuart Rogers and the debris-assessment team monitored the on-orbit inspections from the Mission Evaluation Room in Houston. These regular inspections use a boom sensor system to assess the shuttle's thermal protection systems. Space Shuttle Thermal Protection System 8 New Requirements 1. Maintain higher amount of structural integrity 2. Tile condition must be easily monitored during a mission 3. TPS must have on-orbit repair capabilities 4. Reduced maintenance to reduce costs.

      The impact was detected the next day during the detailed review of all launch camera photography that is conducted after every Shuttle launch. The analysis revealed that the debris was approximately cm long and cm wide, tumbling and moving at a relative velocity of km/h at the time of impact.   Space Shuttle Systems Engineering Processes for Liftoff Debris Risk Mitigation [Mitchell, Michael, Riley, Christopher, Nasa Technical Reports Server (Ntrs)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Space Shuttle Systems Engineering Processes for Liftoff Debris Risk MitigationAuthor: Michael Mitchell, Christopher Riley.


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DEBRIS/ICEfrPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 29 October Contributions By: NASA, United Space Alliance, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing North American, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Approved: Oreg_ _nik Shuttle Ice/Debris Systems NASA - KSC Mail Code: PK-H.

High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in flight anomalies.

This report documents the ice/debris/thermal protection (TPS) conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Shuttle mission STS, and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle Program.

DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 22 January Contributions By: NASA, United Space Alliance, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing North American, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Approved: Chief, s ET/SRB Mech/TPS Systems NASA - KSC Mail Code: PK-H7 nik.

DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 27May Contributions By: NASA, United Space Alliance, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing North American, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Approved: Gt_ett le ic e)T_abn_ks ys tem s NASA - KSC Mail Code: PK-H Kenneth L.

Fore. High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and in-flight anomalies. This report documents the ice/debris/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle Program.

Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS Gregory N. Katnik Process EngineeringMechanical System Division/ET-SRB Branch, Kennedy Space Center, Florida Technical Memorandum June A debris/ice/thermal protection system assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the.

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A debris/ice/thermal protection system assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.

icing conditions on the External Tank were assessed by the use of computer programs and infrared scanned data during.

A Debris/Ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.

Ice/frost conditions on the External Tank were assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of the vehicle followed by on-pad.

Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS By Gregory N. Katnik.

Abstract. A debris/ice/thermal protection system assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch. Get this from a library. Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS [Gregory N Katnik; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. A debris/ice/thermal protection system (TPS) assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.

Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS STS Press Kit. NASA Factsheet Mission Highlights STS (ISJSC) Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS STS Press Kit.

NASA Factsheet Mission Highlights STS (ISJSC). High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in-flight anomalies. This report documents the ice/debris/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle : Gregory N.

Katnik. Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS By Armando Oliu. Abstract. The Debris Team has developed and implemented measures to control damage from debris in the Shuttle operational environment and to make the control measures a part of routine launch flows.

These measures include engineering Author: Armando Oliu. Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS By Gregory N. Katnik. Abstract. A debris/ice/thermal protection system assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after : Gregory N.

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Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS [microform] / Gregory N. Katnik, Scott A. Higginbotham, J. Bradley Davis. Format Online Resource Book. Debris/Ice/Tps Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission Sts [Speece, Robert F., Nasa Technical Reports Server (Ntrs)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Debris/Ice/Tps Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission Author: Robert F. Speece. Katnik G.N., Higginbotham S.A., Davis Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis for Shuttle Mission STS NASA Technical Memorandum TM (August ) Google Scholar.Get this from a library!

Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS [Jorge E Rivera; John F. Kennedy Space Center.].This paper will present an overview of real time debris assessment impact analysis conducted by the Boeing Philadelphia Advanced Structural Analysis Impact Analysis Team in support of Space Shuttle missions since Return to Flight, the first mission after the Columbia accident.