4 edition of Advanced active thermal control systems architecture study found in the catalog.
Advanced active thermal control systems architecture study
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||A.J. Hanford, and M.K. Ewert.|
|Series||Technical memorandum -- 104822., NASA technical memorandum -- 104822.|
|Contributions||Ewert, M. K., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Advanced active thermal control systems architecture study (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: A J Hanford; M K Ewert; Lyndon B.
Johnson Space Center. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hanford, A.J. Advanced active thermal control systems architecture study (OCoLC) Material Type.
Active Thermal Control System (ATCS) Overview EEATCS (5AA.1)/EATCS (12A.1+) Active Thermal Control System Architecture Most of the Station's many systems produce waste heat, which needs to be transferred from the ISS to space to achieve thermal control and maintain components at acceptable temperatures.
The Johnson Space Center (JSC) initiated a dynamic study to determine possible improvements available through advanced technologies (not used on previous or current human vehicles), identify promising development initiatives for advanced active thermal control systems (ATCS's), and help prioritize funding and personnel distribution among many research projects by providing a Advanced active thermal control systems architecture study book Author: Michael K.
Ewert and Anthony J. Hanford. active thermal control system. The new concept is supposed to be part of an integrated humidity removal concept with intermediate condensate storage capability. The following chapters give a brief COLUMBUS mission outline, followed by an overview description of its thermal and environmental control system, an analysis of operationally.
the Automatic Thermal Control System of the Columbus module of the International Space Station. It aims to confirm simulations and breadboard tests with a theoretical model and to give increased confidence in the reliability of the control system.
A study of the control system can also reveal possible flaws or unsafe configurations. Advanced Thermal Control: Optimizing across Environments and Power Goals 4 Advanced thermal control Dell has continued to evolve the thermal control for the current portfolio of products.
To more accurately meet system and component cooling requirements, discrete real-time component feedback into thermal control has been significantly Size: KB.
¥ Active thermal control coatings ¥ Effects of lunar dust and mitigation strategies ¥ Lander Radiator Development ¥ Trades for radiator geometries, coatings, materials, flow configurations, and deployment mechanisms ¥ Outpost Radiator Development Top Radiator Surface Heat Pipe or Flow -Thru Tube Angled Radiator Surface Angled Shield Surface Highly Conductive.
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Abstract: The Early External Active Thermal Control System (EEATCS) is used to perform the cooling of the US Laboratory (USL) during early assembly stages of the International Space Station (ISS) to support assured early research (AER). It will provide the ability to transport the thermal load generated by the USL to space by thermal radiation via two photovoltaic radiators (PVR).
For each mission a baseline active thermal control system was defined and mass estimates were established. Then each applicable advanced technology was applied to the baseline architecture one at a time and the mass savings were by: 2.
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The resulting hardware typically has a Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of six.Furthermore, for use in human systems, this thermal control fluid would have low toxicity, flammability, and vapor pressures for use in a habitable volume. Advanced Heat Exchangers Air/liquid, liquid/liquid, coldplates, and phase change material heat exchangers are at the core of any thermal control system .The inventive nuclear reactor comprising an active fuel-containing area, a system for heat removal from said active area with the aid of a heat carrier, a system for converting thermal energy and a control system is provided with a device for obtaining magnetically charged particles and for supplying said particles to the reactor active area together with said heat carrier, the control system.