Cost/Benefit Analyses for High Pressure Oxygen Generation and Carbon Dioxide Reduction Capabilities on ISS 972379
Advanced life support flight experiments have been conceptualized for the International Space Station (ISS). Two of the experiments, a high pressure oxygen generator and a carbon dioxide reduction subsystem, offer high payback potential to the ISS program. This paper documents the cost-benefit analyses for these two experiments.
Citation: Erickson, R. and Carrasquillo, R., "Cost/Benefit Analyses for High Pressure Oxygen Generation and Carbon Dioxide Reduction Capabilities on ISS," SAE Technical Paper 972379, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/972379. Download Citation
Robert J. Erickson, Robyn L. Carrasquillo
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
International Conference On Environmental Systems
SAE 1997 Transactions - Journal of Aerospace-V106-1