DAWN (Design Assistant Workstation) for Advanced Physical-Chemical Life Support Systems 891481
This paper reports the results of a project supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology (NASA-OAST) under the Advanced Life Support Development Program. It is an initial attempt to integrate artificial intelligence techniques (via expert systems) with conventional quantitative modeling tools for advanced physical-chemical life support systems. The addition of artificial intelligence techniques will assist the designer in the definition and simulation of loosely/well-defined life support processes/problems as well as assist in the capture of design knowledge, both quantitative and qualitative. Expert system and conventional modeling tools are integrated to provide a design workstation that assists the engineer/scientist in creating, evaluating, documenting and optimizing physical-chemical life support systems for short-term and extended duration missions.
Citation: Rudokas, M., Cantwell, E., Robinson, P., and shenk, T., "DAWN (Design Assistant Workstation) for Advanced Physical-Chemical Life Support Systems," SAE Technical Paper 891481, 1989, https://doi.org/10.4271/891481. Download Citation
Mary R. Rudokas, Elizabeth R. Cantwell, Peter I. Robinson, Timothy w. shenk
NASA Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA, RECOM Moffett Field, CA
Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems
SAE Transactions Journal of Aerospace-V98-1