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For abstract, see N75-13438.


Autor: Griggs, J., II

Fuente: https://archive.org/


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NAS 9-12742 DRL T-841.4: DRD MA-312T 22214-H014-RO-00 SPACE SHUTTLE SORTIE PAYLOAD CREW SAFETY AND SYSTEMS COMPATIBILITY CRITERIA (NASA-CR-128956) SPACE SHUTTLE SORTIE PAYLOAD CREW SAFETY AND SYSTEMS COMPATIBILITY CRITERIA. VOLUME 2: CREW SAFETY DESIGN AND VERIFICATION (TRW Systems Group) _90 p HC $4.75 CSCL 22B N75-13017 G3-18 Unclas 04831 Volume II Crew Safety Design and Verification Criteria 15 MAY 1973 FINAL REPORT TRW SYSTEMS GROUP 22214-HO14-RO-O SPACE SHUTTLE SORTIE PAYLOAD CREW SAFETY AND SYSTEMS COMPATIBILITY CRITERIA VOLUME II - CREW SAFETY DESIGN AND VERIFICATION CRITERIA Prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lyndon B.
Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas 77058 Under Contract NAS9-12742 Prepared by: __ John G.
Griggs, III Principal Investigator Approvals: Marshall F.
Conover Study Project Manager Systems Engineering Laboratory TRW Systems Groups * Earle M.
Crum * Technical Manager Payloads Engineering Office NASA-JSC Approval is given with respect to complete responsiveness to contractual requirements and does not, at this time, necessarily imply total NASA acceptance of all conclusions contained herein. TRW SYSTEMS GROUP 22214-H014-RO-O0 FOREWORD Space shuttle characteristics are expected to allow selective easing of many cost-inducing criteria now required of payloads placed in orbit by expendable launch systems. Of particular interest is the prerequisite of identifying and differentiating between the minimum, mandatory design and verification criteria for sortie payloads and all other criteria for payload projects. The TRW Systems Group under two concurrent contracts to NASA-JSC (NAS9-12741 and NAS9-12742) has performed a combined study effort entitled -Space Shuttle Sortie Payload Crew Safety and Systems Compatibility Criteria- for the express purpose of addressing the determination of mandatory and discretionary design and verification criteria applicable to sortie payloads from operational space shuttle m...






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