Waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor , Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va.?
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StatementM.A. Golub and T. Wydeven.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 103888.
ContributionsWydeven, Theodore., Ames Research Center.
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The waste streams identified below for a typical crewed space habitat are not exotic but have their counterparts on Earth. Differences between extraterrestrial and terrestrial closed systems exist in such matters as zero or partial gravity versus Earth gravity, and the time scales and magnitudes of the respective waste management by: A compilation of generation rates and chemical compositions of potential waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat was made in connection with the waste-management aspect of NASA's Physical/Chemical Closed-Loop Life Support by: However, the waste streams for a typical crewed space habitat have their counterparts on Earth, and where differences exist between the two types of closed systems, they are more of a quantitative character than qualitative.

Indeed, one may think of the Space Station environment as a miniature model of the Earth. Get this from a library. Waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat: an update.

[M A Golub; T Wydeven; Ames Research Center.]. Wydeven, T. & Golub, M.A. () Generation rates and chemical compositions of waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat. NASA Technical Memorandum Moffett Field, CA, U.S.A.: NASA Ames Research Center. Google ScholarCited by: A compilation of generation rates and chemical compositions of potential waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat, reported in a prior NASA Technical Memorandum and a.

SUMMARY A judicious compilation of generation rates and chemical compositions of potential waste feed streams in a typical crewed space habitat was made in connection with the waste-management aspect of NASA's Physical/Chemical Closed-Loop Life Support Program. Waste Streams in a Typical Crewed Space Habitat: An Update--Space Class Material.

(Received 27 Augustaccepted in revised form 7 November ) A compilation of generation rates and chemical compositions of potential waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat, reported in a prior NASA Technical Memorandum and a related journal. This banner text can have markup.

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terials to be expected in a crewed space habitat. are summarized in Table 1 typical domestic community wastes. two oxidizers, for liquid and solid waste streams.

The authors would like to thank Tim Nalette and Hamilton Sundstrand for providing the SA9T samples used in this study. References ^ydeven, T., and Golub, M. A., “Generation Rates and Chemical Compositions of Waste Streams in a Typical Crewed Space Habitat”, NASA TM, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffet Field, CA, A compilation of generation rates and chemical compositions of potential waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat, reported in a prior NASA Technical Memorandum and a related journal article, has been updated.

Get this from a library. Generation rates and chemical compositions of waste streams in a typical crewed space habitat. [Theodore Wydeven; Morton A Golub; Ames Research Center.]. 18 pages Provider Notes:Space Class Material. Access. This item is password protected and only available to authorized individuals.

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