Object Oriented Simulation of Maintenance and Operations for Space Systems (OSMOSSYS) 932555
This paper describes the NASA/JSC Research Technology Opportunity Program (RTOP) activity to assess the supportability of space systems throughout their life cycles. Supportability analyses for space systems present unique attributes and problems. The OSMOSSYS (Object oriented Simulation of Maintenance and Operations for Space Systems) was developed using object-oriented design concepts to provide NASA an analysis tool which addresses the question “Will a proposed space facility be able to successfully perform the missions for which it is designed?” This model integrates the complete configuration of the system including the reliability and maintainability characteristics of each component, the logistics support, and the mission operations of the facility to assess the success rate of the planned mission(s). Two parallel design processes are being utilized; developing core modules utilizing C + +, and incorporating as much code and ideas as possible from existing NASA models. The space station was used as a test case to demonstrate the applicability of the model.
Citation: Doran, L., Nguyen, V., Nguyen, J., and Blumentritt, W., "Object Oriented Simulation of Maintenance and Operations for Space Systems (OSMOSSYS)," SAE Technical Paper 932555, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/932555. Download Citation
Linda Doran, Vien Nguyen, Judy Nguyen, Will Blumentritt
Loral Space Information Systems
Aerospace Technology Conference and Exposition
Education, Training, and Human Engineering in Aerospace-SP-0992