Enhanced Extra-Vehicular Activity Operations Through Custom Human Modeling Analysis

Paper #:
  • 972457

Published:
  • 1997-07-01
Citation:
Anderson, D. and Price, L., "Enhanced Extra-Vehicular Activity Operations Through Custom Human Modeling Analysis," SAE Technical Paper 972457, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/972457.
Pages:
10
Abstract:
To sustain the extra-vehicular activity (EVA) rate required to assemble and maintain the International Space Station (ISS), we must enhance our ability to plan, train for, and execute EVAs. An underlying analysis capability must be in place to ensure EVA access to all external worksites either as a starting point for ground training, to generate information needed for on-orbit training, or to react quickly to develop contingency EVA plans, techniques, and procedures. This paper describes a potential flight experiment for application of custom human modeling analysis to plan and train for EVAs to enhance space station functionality and usability through assembly and operation.
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