A Man-Made Gas Atmosphere Simulation Model of International Space Station's Russian Segment 981717
This paper deals with a man-made Gas Atmosphere (MMGA) Simulation Model developed and software presented for the Russian Segment of the International Space Station (ISS).
The simulation Model (SM) is intended for analysis of the MMGA parameter nonstationary values in isothermal and non-isothermal conditions under a variable number of crew taking into account the intensities of the crew activity. The person's structure of the SM, basic assumptions, taken for modeling and formalized descriptions of SM separate modules.
Formalized descriptions by the Segment's Pressurized Modules are based on using the nonlinear equations of mass/energy balance for the controlling volume, taking into account all main sources and sinks of the environment separate components, which are a crew, Integrated Regenerative Life Support System (IRLSS) separate subsystems, ISS on-board systems.
The emphasis at the current phase of SM development on modeling of the crew activity, being the main source and user consumer of MMGA separate components is made.
The issues of software application and further use of the proposed SM are discussed.
Citation: Samsonov, N., Kurmazenko, E., Farafonov, N., Dokunin, I. et al., "A Man-Made Gas Atmosphere Simulation Model of International Space Station's Russian Segment," SAE Technical Paper 981717, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/981717. Download Citation
N. M. Samsonov, E. A. Kurmazenko, N. S. Farafonov, I. V. Dokunin, M. M. Moiseeva, A. I. Simonov, R. Ju. Sachkov, V. N. Kubasov, E. N. Zaitsev, A. M. Rjabkin
NIICHIMMASH, Russia, RSC Energia, Russia
International Conference On Environmental Systems
Simulation and modeling
Life support systems
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