Solid Waste Management Requirements Definition for Advanced Life Support Missions – Preliminary Results 2002-01-2478
Solid Waste Management (SWM) requirements need to be defined prior to determining what technologies should be developed by the Advanced Life Support (ALS) Project. Since future waste streams will be highly mission-dependent, missions need to be defined prior to developing SWM requirements. The SWM Working Group has used the mission architectures outlined in the System Integration, Modeling and Analysis (SIMA) Element Reference Missions Document (RMD) as a starting point in the requirement development process. The missions examined include the International Space Station (ISS), a Mars Dual Lander mission, and a Mars Base. The SWM Element has also identified common SWM functionalities needed for future missions. These functionalities include: acceptance, transport, processing, storage, monitoring and control, and disposal. Requirements in each of these six areas are currently being developed for the selected missions. This paper reviews the results of this ongoing effort and identifies one of the mission-dependent requirements - resource recovery.
Citation: Alazraki, M., Hogan, J., Levri, J., Fisher, J. et al., "Solid Waste Management Requirements Definition for Advanced Life Support Missions – Preliminary Results," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-2478, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-2478. Download Citation
Michael P. Alazraki, John Hogan, Julie Levri, John Fisher, Alan Drysdale
Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Ames Research Center, The Boeing Company
International Conference On Environmental Systems
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