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Debris, ice, TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-66

Debris, ice, TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-66

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

    Subjects:
  • Atlantis (Orbiter),
  • Debris.,
  • Ice formation.,
  • Photographic recording.,
  • Postflight analysis.,
  • Space shuttles.,
  • Space transportation system flights.,
  • Spacecraft launching.,
  • Spacecraft shielding.,
  • Thermal protection.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGregory N. Katnik, Barry C. Bowen, J. Bradley Davis.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 110141.
    ContributionsBowen, Barry C., Davis, J. Bradley., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15409330M

    Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of Shuttle Mission STS on 9 August STS Press Kit. Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of Shuttle mission STS STS Press Kit. Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of Shuttle mission STS Get this from a library! Debris/Ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS [Jill D Lin; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

    The gathering / photography by Bradley Cummings ; text selected by Nicola Eyre; Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS [microform] / Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS . The Shuttle’s Thermal Protection System (TPS) By Dennis R. Jenkins. During the original studies of lifting-reentry vehicles during the late s and s, there had been a great debate over the relative merits of active cooling systems versus passive systems for the vehicle structure.

      Glenn engineers helped NASA return the shuttle to flight by testing its wing panels for resistance to damage from foam and ice. Read more about this project. 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.; United States. National Technical Information Service,].


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Debris, ice, TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-66 Download PDF EPUB FB2

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

Bowen, J. Bradley Davis, Vehicle EngineeringMechanical System Division/ET-SRB Branch. High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in-flight anomalies. The report documents the debris/ice/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect of the Space Shuttle : Armando Oliu.

Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS Gregory N. Katnik, Barry C. Bowen, I. Bradley Davis (NASA-TM-II) OEBRIS/ICE/TRS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS Final Report_ I Feb.

- 13 Feb. (NASA. Kennedy Space Center) p G NT Unclas. 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 program nomographs, TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS-66 book infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of Author: Gregory N.

Katnik, Barry C. Bowen, J. Bradley Davis. (NASA-TM-IO) DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT ANO INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS FOR SHUTTLE MISSION STS Final Report, Feb. (NASA) p. Hi/t6 N unclas Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis for Shuttle Mission STS_ =7: + March National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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 Shuttle mission STS, and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle Program.

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 program nomographs, and infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of the vehicle Author: Gregory N. Katnik, Barry C. Bowen, J. Bradley Davis.

Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS Gregory N. Katnik, Barry C. Bowen, J. Bradley Davis (NASA-TM-II) _EBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATEO PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSES OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS Final Report, Mar.

(NASA. Kennedy Space Center) p G N Unclas 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.

Full text of "Debris/Ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of Shuttle mission STS" See other formats Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS Gregory N. Katnik, Barry C. Bowen, J. Bradley Davis (NASA-TM-U) CEBR IS/ICE/TPS N}R ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS GF SHUTTLE MISSION.

Photographic analyses of mission imagery from launch, on-orbit, and landing provide significant data in verifying proper operation of systems and evaluating anomalies. In addition to the Kennedy Space Center Photo/Video Analysis, reports from Johnson Space Center and Marshall Space Flight Center are also included in this document to provide an.

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.

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 Author: Gregory N.

Katnik, Scott A. Higginbotham, J. Bradley Davis. 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.

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.

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 debris/ice/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle ProgramAuthor: Gregory N.

Katnik. Space Shuttle Debris Impact Tool Assessment Using the Modern Design of Experiments tolerance of the TPS due to impacts from debris, primarily ice and foam from the external tank (ET).

These math wind tunnel experiments.1 It consists of integrated design, exaction, and analysis. Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS and photographic analysis of mission events.

Photographic analyses of mission imagery from launch, on-orbit, and landing provide significant data in verifying proper operation of systems and evaluating anomalies.

reports from Johnson Space Center Author: Armando Oliu. Debris/Ice/Tps Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission Sts [Robert F. Speece, Nasa Technical Reports Server (Ntrs)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A debris/ice/thermal protection system assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and Author: Robert F.

Speece. A pre-launch debris inspection of the pad and Shuttle vehicle was conducted on 2 March The detailed walkdown of Launch Pad 39B and MLP-1 also included the primary flight elements OV Columbia (16th flight), ET (LWT 55), and BI SRB's.

Get this from a library! Debris, ice, TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS [Gregory N Katnik; Barry C Bowen; J Bradley Davis; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].The Assessment contains the Debris Team's engineering surveillance of facility and flight hardware before and after launch, as well as photographic analysis of mission events for each shuttle launch. Debris of all kinds (including ET foam) and any resulting damage are analyzed and assessed.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 .