1969-02-01

Environmental Control of Apollo Applications Program Orbital Assembly 690622

The approach used to integrate the thermal and life support systems of several large spacecraft is presented. These spacecraft will be assembled in earth orbit to make up the Apollo Applications Program (AAP) Orbital Assembly (OA). Due to the size of the spacecraft and the complexity of the systems involved, it was necessary to analyze the thermal and life support systems by defining appropriate interfaces and integrating the results into overall system math models.

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