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Prospects for the Future Development of China's Space Transportation System

Xiaojun Wang
2021 Space Science & Technology  
At present, the world has developed to a new stage of large-scale access to space, which has put forward higher requirements for the development of space transportation.  ...  Facing the historical mission of building a space power, focusing on the construction of the China's space transportation system, this paper studied the development situation of the space transportation  ...  Several commercial companies have launched new launch vehicles for the commercial market and become a new growth point for the future development of space transportation systems [8].  ... 
doi:10.34133/2021/9769856 doaj:43d031a642f64582820a861552161206 fatcat:lehszkwjlraytnlfbhj4tvrg7q

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2012 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
Vehicle 412-079 Multispecies Effects for Plume Model- ing on Launch Vehicle Systems 412-085 New Method with Application to Launch Vehicle Aerodynamic Data Dispersion Design A12-062 Error Estimates of the  ...  A12-085 New Aerodynamic Data Dispersion Method with Application to Launch Vehicle Design A12-087 Ares I Aerodynamic Testing at the Boeing Polysonic Wind Tunnel Uninhabited and Unmanned Air Vehicles A12  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.60950 fatcat:chv6alad6jglvgxm7qkxwfzrea

Spacecraft launching technique and systems

St. D. Ilcev
2016 2016 International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, and Optimization Techniques (ICEEOT)  
Satellites are also designed to be compatible with more then one model of launch vehicle and launching type.  ...  The launch of the satellite and controlling support services are a very critical point in the creation of space-based communication technology and the most expensive phase of the total system cost.  ...  The newly formed Sea Launch system is owned by the Sea Launch Partnership Limited in collaboration with four international partners such as US Boeing Commercial Space Company for designing and manufacturing  ... 
doi:10.1109/iceeot.2016.7755572 fatcat:f5ah5oa6qbfhhgidcx35mcmmye

New Methods for Rapid Architecture Selection and Conceptual Design

Hugh L. McManus, Daniel E. Hastings, Joyce M. Warmkessel
2004 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
This new prior distribution then represents the best estimate of the future frequency of launch success for a new vehicle before the results of any launch attempt are known, assuming that the new vehicle  ...  ., “An Analysis Method for Conceptual Design of Com- plexity and Autonomy in Complex Space System Architectures,” M.S.  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.9203 fatcat:g4wnuigq3bbuva5wknhib5egbe

Recovered Transient Load Analysis for Payload Structural Systems

J.C. Chen, K.P. Zagzebski, J.A. Garba
1981 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
The structural system for a space mission consists of a payload integrated into a launch vehicle.  ...  Basically, the method will first obtain the eigendata for an unloaded launch vehicle by removing payload A from the composite system (1).  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.57830 fatcat:4u3fdmnfena7bm3cx36gpvlshe

Multidisciplinary Conceptual Design Optimization of Space Transportation Systems

Lawrence F. Rowell, Robert D. Braun, John R. Olds, Resit Unal
1999 Journal of Aircraft  
modeling and in optimization methods and frameworks for space transportation systems conceptual design and analysis.  ...  of future launch vehicles will continue to be small, on the order of tens rather than hundreds, for the next decade or two while new industries develop around the decreasing costs of space launch.  ... 
doi:10.2514/2.2428 fatcat:ofndy4boi5h3xbfieatxndgl7a

Page 58 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 10, Issue AS2 [page]

1997 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
To take the revolutionary path, rather than the evolutionary path, to the design of space-launch vehicles will take courage.  ...  The creation of mass markets for space launch services re- quires new customers with new missions, such as space tour- ism, space business parks, and large constellations of com- munications satellites  ... 

Parallel-burn options for dual-fuel single-stage orbital transports

J. A. MARTIN
1978 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
Introduction SPACE mission often utilizes an existing launch vehicle for a new payload designed for a specific mission; such will be the case for future Shuttle missions.  ...  Approach In the present investigation, a method to obtain a better estimate of a new launch vehicle/payload interface response from previous flights or analysis for a system with an iden- tical launch  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.27996 fatcat:3wfeg2vk4bdrxgv7hlejpdunyq

Initial Sizing and Reentry Trajectory Design Methodologies for Dual-Mode-Propulsion Reusable Aerospace Vehicles

Vicent Garcia Tormo, Varnavas C. Serghides
2007 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
Apart from the Space Shuttle Orbiter, all current launch vehicles are expendable. A key factor in the design of future space transportation systems is reusability.  ...  space vehicle design.  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.30613 fatcat:qlv5xpij7nesvkl5y5a5sm24hy

Intelligent Launch and Range Operations Testbed

Rodney D. Davis
2003 AIP Conference Proceedings  
Innovative new methods for launch controllers to plan and control the route of launch vehicles through the National Airspace System and in-space are essential to permit multiple flights from a single spaceport  ...  techniques for launch vehicle and ground systems operations.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.1541307 fatcat:kgxfmmbv2nggbbokutgnfqqja4

Multidisciplinary Design Optimization of Multi-Stage Launch Vehicle using Flight Phases Decomposition

Mathieu Balesdent, Nicolas Bérend, Philippe Dépincé, Abdelhamid Chriette
2010 International Journal for Simulation and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization  
This paper presents a new MDO method to optimize the configuration of an expendable launch vehicle and describes the application of this method to the design optimization of a small liquid fueled multi-stage  ...  Optimal design of launch vehicles is a complex multidisciplinary problem.  ...  Acknowledgement The work presented in this paper is part of a PhD thesis cofunded by CNES and Onera.  ... 
doi:10.1051/ijsmdo/2010015 fatcat:preomj2dknfc3kjrzs4f4hp5uy

Preliminary study on launch vehicle design: Applications of multidisciplinary design optimization methodologies

Loïc Brevault, Mathieu Balesdent, Sébastien Defoort
2017 Concurrent Engineering - Research and Applications  
The design of complex systems such as launch vehicles involves different fields of expertise that are interconnected.  ...  Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) methodologies is a collection of engineering methodologies to optimize systems modeled as a set of coupled disciplinary analyses and is a key enabler to extend  ...  In section 2, both classical and dedicated deterministic MDO methods for launch vehicle design are explored.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1063293x17737131 fatcat:3wc4ig35cbc7jpc7fkffcewmum

Opening Access to Space by Maximizing Utilization of 3D Printing in Launch Vehicle Design and Production

Suwat Kuntanapreeda, Drew Hess
2020 Applied Science and Engineering Progress  
later metal additive manufacturing was widely recognized for use in propulsion systems in spacecraft and launch vehicles.  ...  By optimizing launch vehicle design and production around 3D printing, the flexibility of the vehicle design, lead time, and cost of launch can be optimized to offer not just a lower cost per kilogram,  ... 
doi:10.14416/j.asep.2020.12.002 fatcat:mapgtyzxbnaarcw7jghdryueja

Estimation of Payload Loads Using Rigid-Body Interface Accelerations

J.A. Garba J.C. Chen, B.K. Wada
1979 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
to solve a new launch vehicle/elastic payload composite model similar to Eq. (5).  ...  In the design/analysis process of a payload structural system, the accelerations at the payload/launch vehicle interface obtained from a system analysis using a rigid payload are often used as the input  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.57622 fatcat:clwj5ql7m5gylllv6waeykdkia

Operational considerations and comparisons of the Saturn, Space Shuttle and Ares launch vehicles

Craig Cruzen, Greg Chavers, Jerry Wittenstein
2009 2009 IEEE Aerospace conference  
This paper will identify important factors in launch vehicle design that affect the operability and availability of the system.  ...  A deliberate effort is being made to ensure a high level of operability in order to significantly increase safety and availability as well as reduce recurring costs of this new launch vehicle.  ...  .  The astronauts who live and work in space and risk their lives every day to contribute to the success of space exploration for all mankind;  The NASA engineers, scientists and support staff who commit  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2009.4839547 fatcat:vuknbb65vbek5g7fkk7r6a3ope
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