2016 SCLV Proceedings
Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop
JUNE 21–23, 2016 —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 21, 2016
- Welcome – Richard Do, The Aerospace Corporation
- Keynote Introduction – Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Keynote Speaker – Scott Hutchinson, Senior Manager, Sandia National Laboratories
- Test Specification Development Using Equivalent Response Method – David Parsons, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Use of Modal Truncation Vectors for CLA – Paul Blelloch, ATA Engineering, Inc.; John Dickens, Lockheed Martin (retired)
- Coupled Finite Element Method Based Vibroacoustic Analysis of Orion Spacecraft – Indranil Dandaroy, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
- Validation of the VA-One Periodic Subsystem Module with the Goal to Increase Accuracy of SEA Subsystems in the High Frequency Regime – Justin R. Harrison, CRM Solutions, Inc.; Alexis Castel, ESI North American
- Dynamic Stress and Load Prediction at the Core of the MARS 2020 Percussive Drill – Scott Perino, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Qualification and Workmanship – Ali Kolaini, Juan Fernandez, and Ben Tsoi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Modal MAC vs. Sine Vibrations: A Case Study – Bing Chen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Input Force Identification Based on Kalman Filtering Technique – Herand Bedrossian, The Aerospace Corporation
- Damage Based Analysis (DBA): Theory, Derivation and Practical Application – Using Both an Acceleration and Pseudo-Velocity Approach – Vincent Grillo, NASA
- The Solution to Random Over-Testing (iDOF) – Philip Van Baren, Vibration Research
- Structural vs. Equivalent Viscous Damping in Frequency Domain Analysis – Jason Sloan, a.i. solutions
- Cylindrical Structure Pyroshock Test Data – Alexander Hardt, Orbital ATK
- Alternative Component Qualification Approaches – Ryan Shannon and John Niehues, United Launch Alliance
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
- Earth Entry Vehicle Turbulent Boundary Layer Environment Derivation – Ryan Sorensen, Armen Derkevorkian, and Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Load Prediction in MARS 2020 Sample Caching Tube and End Effector – Farzin Montazersadgh and William Green, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Wavenumber Decomposition of Fluctuating Pressures for Structural Response – Michael Palodichuk, Mike Nucci, Michael Yang, Paul Blelloch, and Paul Bremner, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Pre-Test Engineering of a Wind Tunnel Test for the Measurement of Surface Pressures and Vibrations – Michael Yang, Michael Palodichuk, Mike Nucci, and Paul Bremner, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Hybrid FE-SEA Model Reduction Method to Obtain Detailed Responses at Chosen Locations from a Large System Model – Alexis Castel and Rabah Hadjit, ESI North America
- Predicting the Vibroacoustic Response of Spacecraft Using the Coupled Multilevel Fast Multipole Method, a High-Speed Boundary Element Method – Nicolas Zerbib and Lassen Mebarek, ESI Group; Gonçalo Rodrigues, ESA/ESTEC
- Modeling Generic Surface Pressure Sources in SEA – Bryce Gardener, Luca Alimonti, and Augusto Medeiros, ESI Group
- Nonlinear Computational Models for Dynamic Response Prediction of Long Slender Structures – Armen Derkevorkian, Lee Peterson, and Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Test Anomaly and Stability Investigation of Curiosity Rover’s Horizontal Swing Arm – Long Chen and Jason Lee, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Perspectives in Structural Testing – Michael Papadopoulos, The Aerospace Corporation
- Extraction of Fixed Base Modes for Structures Mounted on Shake Tables and Inertia Supports – Kevin Napolitano, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Launch Vehicle Pogo Assessment from Flight Data – Bob Coppolino, Measurement Analysis Corporation
- Contact Modelling for Random Analysis Correlation for SAGE III CMP – Yingyong Li, NASA; Robert L. Wagner, Northrup Grumman
- Simulation of High Fidelity Acoustic Response of an Enclosure Using Finite Element and Geometric Acoustic Methods – James Hwang and Conor Doyle, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- MARS 2020 PDV Transfer Function Sensitivity Study: Effect of Rover Mass Variation – Ramses Mourhatch, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Thursday, June 23, 2016
- Statistical Energy Analysis Software & Training Materials – Tom Irvine, Dynamic Concepts, Inc.
- End to End Simulation of the MARS 2020 Rover Mobility Deployment and Touchdown
Shyh-Shiu Mike Lih and Chia-Yen Peng, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Experience with Force Limited Vibration Applied to the OLA Sensor Head Optical Instrument
Yvan Soucy, Canadian Space Agency; Peter Krimbalis, MDA Robotics and Automation
- Development Vibration Testing for CubeSats – Priceless Teaching Tool for Students
James Kinney and Jackson Kinney, NASA
- Uncertainty Quantification Enhanced Structural Health Monitoring – Zhu Mao, University of Massachusetts Lowell
- Capturing Nonlinear Effects within Transient Coupled Loads Analysis – Sam Dyas and Paul Blelloch, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Deployment Modeling for the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Mission – Laura Redmond and Farzin Montazersadgh, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Shock Prediction Study and Lessons Learned from a Space Vehicle Shock Test – Loukas Papadopoulos, The Aerospace Corporation
- Correlation of Structural Analysis to Mini-Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator Shock Test – Velibor Cormarkovic, Allison Yu, Ryan Sorensen, and Richard Ewell, Jet Propulsion Laboratory