1990-07-01

Life Support-Thoughts on the Design of Safety Systems 901248

This paper considers the design of safety systems as they might be applied to a manned habitat operating in space. Areas reviewed include the delineation, monitoring and suppression of hazards as well as the design of control systems. Examples of methods that could be used to suppress hazards are presented, including schematics for a shut-down hierarchy and a fire and hazardous gas control system.

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