An integrated knowledge system for the space shuttle hazardous gas detection system

final report, covering the period June 1990 through September 1993 under National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Marshall Space Flight Center grant no. NAG8-835
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UT-Calspan Center for Space Transportation and Applied Research, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor , Tullahoma, TN, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Space shuttles., Gas leakage., Life support systems (Space environ
Statementsubmitted by Ching F. Lo ... [et al.].
Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-194533., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-194533.
ContributionsLo, Ching F., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL14698465M

A computer-based integrated Knowledge-Based System, the Intelligent Hypertext Manual (IHM), was developed for the Space Shuttle Hazardous Gas Detection System (HGDS) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).

The IHM stores HGDS related knowledge and presents it in an interactive and intuitive manner.

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This manual is a combination of hypertext and an expert system Author: Ching F. Lo, George Z. Shi, Carl Bangasser, Connie Fensky, Eric Cegielski, Glenn Overbey. An Integrated Knowledge System for the Space Shuttle Hazardous Gas Detection System Nov.

ll, Ching F. Lo _, George Z. Shi 2, Carl Bangasser 3, and Connie Fensky 3 UT-Calspan Center for Space Transportation and Applied Research TuUahoma, TN Abstract A computer-based Integrated Knowledge System (IKS), the Intelligent Hypertext. An integrated knowledge system for the Space Shuttle hazardous gas detection system A computer-based integrated Knowledge-Based System, the Intelligent Hypertext Manual (IHM), was developed for the Space Shuttle Hazardous Gas Detection System (HGDS) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).

The IHM stores HGDS related knowledge and presents it in an interactive and. An integrated knowledge system for the Space Shuttle. A computer-based integrated Knowledge-Based System, the Intelligent Hypertext Manual (IHM), was developed for the Space Shuttle Hazardous Gas Detection System (HGDS) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).

The IHM stores HGDS related knowledge and presents it. A computer-based Integrated Knowledge System (IKS), the Intelligent Hypertext Manual (IHM), is being developed for the Space Shuttle Hazardous Gas Detection System (HGDS) at the Huntsville Operations Support Center (HOSC).

The IHM stores all HGDS related knowledge and presents them in an interactive and intuitive manner. The IHM's purpose is to provide HGDS personnel with the. A computer-based Integrated Knowledge System (IKS), the Intelligent Hypertext Manual (IHM), is being developed for the Space Shuttle Hazardous Gas Detection System (HGDS) at the Huntsville.

The Space Shuttle Program (SSP) is an essential element of NASA's integrated space transportation strategy for the first decade of this century. That strategy includes continued utilization of the Space Shuttle as the nation's primary launch vehicle for human access to space well into the second decade of this century and possibly beyond.

The SafeSite Hazardous Gas Detection System integrates multiple chemical sensing technologies with wireless communication to provide easy-to-understand gas detection measurements to first responders, law enforcement, government agents and building and facility managers to help warn and respond to chemical weapons of mass destruction.

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An ISA technical report TR to provide guidance on the evaluation of fire & gas system effectiveness is currently in draft review. The IEC standard concerns the determination and development of risk reduction measures (RRMs) required as the outcome of the EUC risk assessment.

FAA System Safety Handbook, Chapter 7: Integrated System Hazard Analysis Decem 7 - 3 Adverse deviations will affect system safety. The purpose of analysis is to identify p ossible deviations that can contribute to scenarios. Deviations are malfunctions, degradation, errors, failures, faults, and system anomalies.

atmosphere is extending far into the deep space. The sky’s blue colour is caused by scattering of the sun light at the air’s molecules (mainly nitrogen and oxygen), but at a height of about 21 km the sky is black.

Compressing the whole Gas Detection Systems. CO 2 + Measuring. The phases of avionics safety engineering include design, construction, analysis, and testing of the electronic systems used to manage hazards inherent to space systems.

As stated elsewhere in this text, the preference is to design space systems in such a way that no hazardous operations are associated with them.

Develop, implement, and commercialize advanced sensors and instrumentation systems for Shuttle and payload processing such as hazardous/toxic gas detection, contamination monitoring, field inspection/nondestructive evaluation (NDE) of in-place flight hardware, intelligent data acquisition, weather/lightning hazard instrumentation systems.

AVIONICS SYSTEMS The space shuttle avionics system controls, or assists in controlling, most of the shuttle systems. Its functions include automatic determination of the vehicle's status and operational readiness; implementation sequencing and control for the solid rocket boosters and external tank during launch and ascent; performance monitoring; digital data processing; communications and.

Reliable gas detection and monitoring systems are an essential element of the semiconductor plant’s safety system. A variety of systems are available for different monitoring applications. Using the correct system will result in managing gas hazards in the most effective and efficient way.

Hazardous gas monitoring systems benefit the. A new system was designed to monitor all of these gases (H2, He, N2, O2, and Ar) and is called the Hazardous Gas Detection Systems (HGDS) ''^ There are currently a number of systems being used for each launch.

The two that are the most critical are the Prime HGDS and Backup HGDS. The Shuttle Reference Manual, most recently revised inis an indepth technical guide to space shuttle equipment and operations.

It was accurate in and while most of the information provided here from the manual is still accurate today, some facts may be outdated.

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The umbilical also will provide hazardous gas leak detection while the rocket is on the pad. The ICPS is located between the core stage of the rocket and the Orion capsule, and will provide propulsion for Orion while in space and give the spacecraft the big push needed to fly beyond the moon.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Hazardous areas are those locations that could have hazardous levels of explosive gas, vapor or dust mixtures present that could potentially ignite and cause fires or explosions.

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The Thermal and Fluids Systems Branch conducts this work. Hazardous Gas Detection System Glenn is responsible for designing the hazardous gas detection system for the upper stage, which is used to detect leaks prior to launch. The Engineering and Technical Services Directorate is performing this work.

Upper Stage Systems Engineering and Integration. John C. Thesken, Rocky River, for solving the composite pressure vessel stress rupture threats for the space shuttle and the International Space Station Programs.

Exceptional Administrative Achievement Medal Deborah S. Malow, Olmsted Falls, for sustained, exceptional administrative assistance to. Sensor Electronics manufactures fixed system hazardous gas detection equipment.

Hundreds of reliable, accurate gas sensors are available. “Gas Free” electrochemical toxic gas sensor calibration for the Sensor Electronics toxic gas infrared gas detector can detect many different hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide.

This page document, "Toxic gas monitoring system (TGMS) operation and maintenance," establishes SOPs for the TGMS at SUNY Polytechnic that uses gas sensors to monitor hazardous gases, heat sensors to monitor explosive/flammable gases, and pressure transducers to monitor exhaust flow, and provides a useful model for other, similar efforts.

GAS DETECTION SYSTEM (PROJECT STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS) Page 4 of 13 Rev: 01 April Unattended operation - One shift operation, two shift operation or operation at unmanned stations.

DESIGN General 1. Fixed gas detection systems shall measure and provide alarms for high concentration of hydrogen sulfide or combustible gas in air as. STSF: On J the first launch attempt of STSF was aborted at T seconds.

The chamber coolant valve on Space Shuttle Main Engine 2 needed to move from the % open setting to the 70% open setting required for startup, but the valve responded slowly.

The launch was aborted and the vehicle safely shut down. The Space Transportation System (STS), also known internally to NASA as the Integrated Program Plan (IPP), was a proposed system of reusable manned space vehicles envisioned in to support extended operations beyond the Apollo program.

(NASA appropriated the name for its Space Shuttle Program, the only component of the proposal to survive Congressional funding approval).About. SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE • 10+ years of increasingly responsible experience as a Hazardous Warning/Hazardous Gas Detection Systems Engineer in NASA’s Space Shuttle : Hazardous Gas Leak Detection .This book presents the essentials of gas monitoring instrument technology for plant engineers, systems designers, safety and environmental health directors, industrial hygienists, technicians, and instrument vendors in petrochemical, semiconductor, chemical, healthcare and related industries.