2014 SCLV Proceedings
Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop
JUNE 3–5, 2014 —THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION, EL SEGUNDO, CA
The workshop objective is to establish a forum to discuss the best approaches for designing, modeling, analyzing, and testing modern space systems for acoustic, vibration, and shock environments.
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Tuesday, June 3
- Welcome – Portia Jackson, The Aerospace Corporation
- Keynote Address – NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive Observatory – Gun-shing Chen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
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- Paper 1: Vibration Testing and Nonlinear Transient Analysis of Flight Releasable Attachment Mechanism (FRAM) Payload Adapter Plate – Brian Davis, Justin Templeton, and Stephen Cutright, NASA Langley Research Center
- Paper 2: Boundary Element Method (BEM) Analysis of a Stiffened Composite Panel Transmission Loss Test – Brian Davis and Albert Allen, NASA Langley Research Center; Adam Przekop, Analytical Mechanics & Associates, Inc.
- Force Limiting Using Weighted Acceleration Measurements – Paul Blelloch and Mary Baker, ATA Engineering; Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Curtis Larsen, NASA; and Scott Gordon, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- SMAP Verification Approach for Delta-II Sine Environments – Walter Tsuha, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Reconstruction and Correlation of MSL Flight Loads vs. Skycrane Descent and Landing Simulations – Mike Lih and Chia-Yen Peng, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Simulation of Vibroacoustic Flight Environments from Launch Vehicle Perspective: Initial Review – Cara Hope, Loren Yoshinaga, and John Niehues, United Launch Alliance
- Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Load Simulation for Mitigation of Wheel Wear – Gary Ortiz, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- NASA Handbook for Spacecraft Dynamic Environments Testing (NASA-HDBK-7008) – Dennis Kern, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Scott Gordon, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; and Terry Scharton, Consultant
- Three-Dimensional Vibration Isolator for SAGE III Contamination Monitoring Package (CMP) – Yingyong Li and Stephen Cutright, NASA Langley Research Center
- Forward Bay Cover Acoustic Test of Orion Spacecraft – Indranil Dandaroy, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
- Model Variance and Total Variance in Prediction of Maximum Expected Vibration Environments – Paul Bremner, AeroHydroPLUS Consultant; Paul Blelloch, Mike Yang, and Doug Osterholt, ATA Engineering
- Motivation and Methodology for Optimizing Data Processing Parameters – John Niehues, United Launch Alliance
Wednesday, June 4
- “Model Informed” Vibroacoustic Scaling for Space Launch System Booster Forward Skirt – Gerald Leavitt, ATK; and Robin Ferebee, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
- Secondary Structure Concepts for Reducing Structure-Borne Random Vibration to Orion Service Module Components – Samantha Bittinger and Jeffrey Larko, Glenn Research Center; Bryce Gardner and Rabah Hadjit, ESI
- Optimized PSD Envelope for Nonstationary Vibration – Tom Irvine, Dynamic Concepts, Inc.
- A Multi-Method Vibro-Acoustic Analysis – Ben Emory, Brian Davis, and Steve Cutright, NASA Langley Research Center
- Observations from a Recent Spacecraft Dynamics Testing – Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Virtual Acoustic Testing of Spacecraft Boundary & Finite Element Methods – Ramana Kappagantu and Koen Vansant, Siemens PLM Software
- Virtual SEA Method Applied to Payload Vibration Prediction of Microgravity and Vibroacoustic Environment – Gerard Borello, Technical Engineering & Research Acoustics, InterAC
- Real-Time Overturning Moment Limiting of a Spacecraft Random Vibration Test Using an Analog Hardware Network – Mike Van Dyke and Pete Landry, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Challenges on SMAP Reflector Boom Assembly Random Vibration Test Configuration – Shaker Overturning Moment and Control Strategy – Gary Wang, Ben Tsoi, and Reza Nayei, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Simulation of the Structural Response due to Shock Response Spectrum Using Statistical Energy Analysis and Finite Element Method – James Hwang, MIT-Lincoln Lab
- Utilization of the Pseudo-Velocity Shock Response Spectrum (PVSRS) to Establish Shock Test Requirements – Larry Trilling, Ball Aerospace & Technologies, Corp.
- Pseudo Velocity Shock Spectrum and Its Application to Space Structures, A Tribute to Dr. Howard Gaberson – Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory