Thermal Vacuum Qualification Testing for the International Space Station Heat Rejection System Radiators

Paper #:
  • 981733

Published:
  • 1998-07-13
Citation:
Voss, F., "Thermal Vacuum Qualification Testing for the International Space Station Heat Rejection System Radiators," SAE Technical Paper 981733, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/981733.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
The Heat Rejection Subsystem (HRS) Radiators Orbital Replaceable Unit (ORU) for the International Space Station has undergone thermal vacuum qualification testing at NASA Plum Brook Station, Space Power Facility in Ohio. The testing was conducted from December 1996 through January 1997 and October 4 through 18, 1997. This testing included confirmation of the heater control assembly (HCA) and heater performance that was initially tested during December 1996 through January 1997. Deployment system functional operations were tested for both hot and cold conditions using both the Integrated Motor Control Assembly (IMCA) and the Extravehicular Activity (EVA) drive.
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