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Final report on the NASA/JPL evaluation of oxygen interactions with materials-3 (EOIM-3)
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Pasadena, Calif, [Springfield, Va
|Other titles||NASA/JPL evaluation of oxygen interactions with materials-3 (EOIM-3)|
|Statement||David E. Brinza ... [et al.].|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-198865., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198865.|
|Contributions||Brinza, David E., Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Lessons Learned from Atomic Oxygen Interaction with Spacecraft Materials in Low Earth Orbit There have been five Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE) passive experiment carriers (PECs) (MISSE ) to date that have been launched, exposed in space on the exterior of International Space Station (ISS) and than returned to Earth for analysis. NASA and the regulatory agencies overseeing NASA’s groundwater cleanup project at JPL have approved and signed a final Record of Decision (ROD) for the cleanup. Community outreach and public involvement are integral components of the groundwater cleanup project at and near NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). after an evaluation.
The third Effects of Oxygen Atom Interaction with Materials (EOIM 3) experiment flew on STS from July 31 to August 8, The EOIM-3 sample tray was exposed to the low-earth orbit space environment for hours at an altitude of nautical miles resulting in a calculated total atomic. NASA has begun a new approach to human factors design standards. For years NASA-STD, Manned Systems Integration Standards, has been a source of human factors design guidance for space systems. In order to better meet the needs of the system developers, NASA is revising its human factors standards system.
The degradation of two epoxy composites, in three laminates, following exposure to atomic oxygen, was studied. • Samples were exposed to a total fluence of × 10 20 atom/cm 2, equating to 43 days in low Earth orbit.. The flexural rigidity and modulus of all laminates displayed a reduction of 5–10% after first exposure (equivalent to 20 days in orbit). Banks, B. A., De Groh, K. K., Miller, S. K., and Waters, D. L., “Lessons Learned from Atomic Oxygen Interaction with Materials in Low Earth Orbit”, NASA TM July , Paper presented at the 9 th International Conference on Protection of Materials and Structures in a Space Environment, Toronto, Canada May ,
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The NASA Evaluation of Oxygen Interactions with Materials-3 (EOIM-3) experiment sewed as a testbed for a variety of candidate flight materials for space assets. A total of 57 JPL test specimens were present in six sub-experiments aboard EOIM In addition to a number of passive.
Microfiche. [Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ]. 2 microfiches. Header title: The NASA/JPL evaluation of oxygen interactions with materials-3 (EOIM-3). Description: 1 volume. Series Title: NASA contractor report, NASA CR Other Titles: NASA/JPL evaluation of oxygen interactions with materials-3 (EOIM-3).
The Evaluation of Oxygen Interactions with Materials 3 (EOIM-3) flight experiment was developed to obtain benchmark atomic oxygen/material reactivity data. The experiment was conducted during Space Shuttle mission 46 (STS), which flew July 31 to August 7, Quantitative interpretation of the.
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Golden. When high-pressure oxygen is present in an application, there are fire hazards that must be assessed and mitigated to ensure personnel and system safety. Oxygen Compatibility Assessment and Hazards Evaluation | NASA.
Advanced Aromatic Polymers with Excellent Antiatomic Oxygen Performance Derived from Molecular Precursor Strategy and Copolymerization of Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol. 7, Issue. 36, p. R.H., “Final report on the NASA/JPL Evaluation of Oxygen Interactions with Materials-3 (EOIM hyperthermal atomic oxygen (AO) exposure characteristic of a low-Earth-orbit (LEO) space environment.
In this first phase of what will be a comprehensive testing and evaluation program, both ground-based testing and exposure in space aboard NASA's Evaluation of Oxygen Interactions with Materials Experiment-3 (EOIM-3) were carded out. The NASA STI program operates under the auspices of the Agency Chief Information Officer.
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It features photos from JPL and NASA history as well as key anniversaries and happenings at the Laboratory. D.E. Brinza, S.Y. Chung, K.T. Minton, R.H. Liang, Final Report on the NASA/JPL evaluation of oxygen interactions with materials-3 (EOIM3), JPL Publication Brinza, D.E., Chung, S.Y., Minton, T.K., and Liang, R.H.
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The layout of JPL has been revised and improved from that of previous evaluations to include with each note the. The NASA Evaluation of Oxygen Interactions with Materials-3 (EOIM-3) experiment served as a testbed for a variety of candidate flight materials for space assets.
A total of 57 JPL test specimens were present in six subexperiments aboard EOIM Jet Propulsion Laboratory Mail Stop Oak Grove Drive Pasadena, CA Phone: /, Fax: / SUMMARY The NASA Evaluation of Oxygen Interactions with Materials-3 (EOIM-3) experiment served as a testbed for a variety of materials that are candidates for Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) space assets.
Standard Practices for Ground Laboratory Atomic Oxygen Interaction Evaluation of Materials for Space Applications, K. T., and Liang, R.
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Minton, and R. Liang, “ Final report on the NASA/JPL evaluation of oxygen interactions with materials-3 (EOIM-3),” JPL Publication No.Google Scholar © American Institute of Physics. Brinza, D. E., Chung, S.
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Abstract. We report here on two new polymer materials called TOR (Triton Oxygen Resistant) and COR (Clear Oxygen Resistant) that are highly AO-VUV (atomic oxygen-vacuum ultraviolet) resistant for use in space, while maintaining strength and thermal control properties (α, ε and α/ε).
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