Problems of Environmental Testing of Orbital and Space Vehicle Structures 660682
Problems in environmental testing of orbiting and space vehicle structures are primarily caused by the limitations of the ground test facilities in providing adequate simulation of the operational environment.
This paper will give an account of the specialized environmental simulation techniques developed and the analysis methods used to supplement the facility capabilities for the environmental test program of the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM).
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