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ASEN 5158
SPACE HABITAT DESIGN

Fall 2013
Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-1:45
Room ECEE 283

Distance Learning access via CAETE

 

Instructor: Dr. David Klaus

telephone: (303) 492-3525

email: klaus@colorado.edu

 

 


BULLETIN BOARD

 

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Course Objectives 

Utilize systems engineering methods to design and analyze a spacecraft intended for human occupancy and provide a functional knowledge of the technologies used to sustain life. Emphasis is placed on deriving requirements from stated mission goals and objectives, developing integrated functional schematics, and comparing design options by trade study.


Office Hours: TBD, ‘drop in’ is ok if my door is open, or by appointment if requested


Textbook:

Human Spaceflight Mission Analysis and Design, eds. Larson and Pranke, McGraw-Hill, 2007

 

Additional reference material:

 

NASA Systems Engineering Handbook, NASA/SP-2007-6105 Rev 1 – download pdf copy (~9 MB)

 

Space Shuttle Reference Manual - http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/shuttle/reference/shutref/

 

NASA Standards (various) – https://standards.nasa.gov/documents/nasa

 

NASA/SP-2010-3407 Human Integration Design Handbook (HIDH)

Approved: 01-27-2010 / Expiration Date: N/A

HIDH is the companion document to NASA-STD-3001, Space Flight Human System Standard Volume 2, Human Factors, Habitability, and Environmental Health

Volume 2 is currently in the final stage of the baseline process and when completed, both NASA-STD-3001, Volume 2 and the HIDH will supersede NASA-STD-3000

 

NASA-STD-3001 Space Flight Human System Standard Volume 1: Crew Health (Superseding NASA-STD-3000, Volume 1, Chapter 7; and JSC 26882, Space Flight Health Requirements Document), 2009-09-25 Baseline

 

NASA-STD-3001 Space Flight Human System Standard Volume 2: Human Factors, Habitability, and Environmental Health, 2011-01-10 Baseline

 

NASA/CR-2004-208941 Advanced Life Support - Baseline Values and Assumptions Document (BVAD)

 

NASA NPR 8000.4A Agency Risk Management Procedural Requirements

Effective Date: December 16, 2008 / Expiration Date:  December 16, 2013

 

NASA NPR 8705.2B Human-Rating Requirements for Space Systems (w/change 3 dated 11/10/2011))

Effective Date: May 06, 2008 / Expiration Date: May 06, 2013

 

Spacecraft Maximum Allowable Concentrations for Selected Airborne Contaminants (SMAC’s)

Spacecraft Water Exposure Guidelines for Selected Waterborne Contaminants (SWEG’s)

http://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/slsd/about/divisions/hefd/facilities/toxicology-exposure.html

 

NASA Fault Tree Handbook with Aerospace Applications, August 2002 (version 1.1) http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/codeq/doctree/fthb.pdf

 

Significant Incidents in Human Spaceflight (poster ~1 MB)

 

Lunar and Mars Exploration Chronology Summaries

http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/lunartimeline.html 

http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/chronology_mars.html

 


Grading – 20% on Homework/Quizzes/Participation, 40% from 2 Exams, 40% from Group Project (with individual weighting as warranted)

Finals Week – Group Project Presentation (with incremental reviews throughout the semester)

See Grading Policy Notes for additional information


See Additional Syllabus Notes for policies on Disabilities, Absences, Behavior and other University Guidelines


Topics: (subject to minor revision)

Introduction to Human Spaceflight and Current Programs Ch 1

Human Space Mission Objectives Ch 2

 

Space Environments – Orbit, Planets and NEO’s Ch 3, 4

 

Human Physiology Ch 5

Ergonomics, Human Factors and Psychology Ch 6, 7

 

Exam 1 ~Requirements

 

Systems Engineering Terminology and Design Phases

Deriving Requirements and Constraints

Ground Rules, Assumptions, Definitions and Acronyms

 

Functional Decomposition

Minimum Functionality Design Approach – Physics & Physiology

Trade Space Analysis – Safety & Operability

 

Defining and Sizing Spacecraft Elements Ch 11, 12, 13

‘Human in the Loop’ Design Drivers

Determining Habitable Volume

 

Environmental Control & Life Support Subsystem (ECLSS) and Enabling Technologies – Ch 17

Atmosphere Management

Water Management

Food Supply

Waste Processing

Crew and Payload Accommodations (CA / PA) – Ch 18

Spacesuits and Extravehicular Activity (EVA) – Ch 22

 

Exam 2 ~Solutions

 

Subsystem Integration and Interface Definitions summarized for the following subsystems

Orbit Selection – Ch 9

Entry / Descent/ Landing / Ascent – Ch 10

Structures – Ch 21

Command, Control and Communication (C3) – Ch 27

ADCS / GNC – Ch 19

Power – Ch 20

Thermal Control – Ch 16

in situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) – Ch 15

Spacecraft Propulsion – Ch 24

Launch / Transfer Systems – Ch 25

 

Risk Management – Ch 8

Hazard Identification and Analysis

Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA)

Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA)

Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)

Risk Mitigation Strategies (redundancy, reliability, FOS, margins, DFMR)

 

Design Validation / Manufacturability / Operations

Human-Rating

Requirement Compliance Verification


 

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