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3 pages Provider Notes:The background file gives the teacher more information about the lesson. Related Documents:WO75b
By growing higher plants for food, lunar and Martian manned habitats will not only reduce resupply requirements but obtain CO2 removal and both oxygen-production and water-reclamation requirements. Plants have been grown in the RLSS at NASA-Johnson in order to quantitatively evaluate plant CO2 accumulation, O2 generation, evapotranspiration, trace-contaminant generation, and biomass productivity. Attention is presently given to test conditions and anomalies in these RLSS trials; areas where performance must be improved have been identified.
This slide presentation reviews the opportunities for scientific discoveries on the International Space Station (ISS). With the crew tended, and availability of long-term studies and the capabilities of the ISS (i.e. microgravity, exposure to the thermosphere and observations at high altitude and velocity) there are many examples of scientific experiments. There are several examples showing that microgravity is different from the effects of gravity.
Water to be generated by, delivered to, and processed by the International Space Station (ISS) is a critical Environmental Control and Life Support (ECLS) element, especially for the early ISS missions. A significant portion of the water required by the ISS shall be provided by the Shuttle Transportation System (STS) Orbiter. The balance of water generated by the Orbiter Fuel Cells (FC), minus that water consumed by the Orbiter Flash Evaporator System (FES) and crew, is available for transfer to the ISS. During later missions, crew respired and perspired water, as well as effluent water from the Orbiter LiOH canisters, will be collected as condensate and available for transfer to the ISS. Orbiter radiator performance provides the most variance in determining the amount of net Orbiter water available for transfer to the ISS. As radiator...
1 page Provider Notes:Read how to use this module for ideas on the order and use of the lessons. There are 2 new lessons in this set and revised lessons from the ones already distributed. I think these will be very helpful. Be sure to read MassMoney...it will help your stude Related Documents: WO20c, WO20e, WO20g, WO20i, WO20k, WO20l, WO20m, WO20n, WO20o, WO20p, WO20q, WO20r, WO20s
5 pages Provider Notes:Attached are the files you will need to do Houston Keep Us Alive Related Documents:WO9b, WO9c
10 pages Provider Notes:The background file gives the teacher more information about the lesson. Related Documents:WO75a
Three designs for lunar-base life support are described emphasizing the choices of individual processes for initial, intermediate, and advanced systems. Mass balances for the systems are employed to demonstrate the interactions of air, water, and waste loops, and several waste-treatment processes are considered for the initial life-support system. NASA space-station technologies are adopted for the start-up air, water, and waste treatment subsystems, and the intermediate subsystems provide enhanced capabilities. The intermediate waste-management subsystem permits the recovery of reusable waste, and the advanced system provides biological waste treatment. The reduction of resupply requirements and power use are identified as critical issues as is the ability to operate over extended periods.
A computer simulation of the Variable Pressure Growth Chamber (VPGC), located at the NASA Johnson Space Center, has been developed using the Computer Aided Systems Engineering and Analysis (CASE/A) package. The model has been used to perform several analyses of the VPGC. The analyses consisted of a study of the effects of a human metabolic load on the VPGC and a study of two new configurations for the temperature and humidity control (THC) subsystem in the VPGC. The objective of the human load analysis was to study the effects of a human metabolic load on the air revitalization and THC subsystems. This included the effects on the quantity of carbon dioxide injected and oxygen removed from the chamber and the effects of the additional sensible and latent heat loads. The objective of the configuration analysis was to compare the two new ...
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