2017 SCLV Proceedings
Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop
JUNE 20–22, 2017 —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 20, 2017
- Welcome – Richard Do, The Aerospace Corporation
- Keynote Introduction – Ali Kolaini, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Keynote Speaker – Dr. Mary Baker, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Modeling Approach and Requirements Considerations for Mechanical Vibration Isolation in Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles – Kevin Noble, MOOG CSA Engineering
- Analytical Tool for Numerically Simulating a Direct Field Acoustic Test – Indranil Dandaroy, Lockheed Martin
- Random Vibration Testing Using Acoustic Excitation – Dann Hayes, Maryland Sound
- Compliant-Leg Lander vs. Fixed-Leg Lander: An Analytical Analysis – Bing Chen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Planetary Lander Landing Stability Mechanics – Gary Ortiz, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Fatigue Equivalent Duration for Reusable Launch Vehicle and Spacecraft Random Vibration Environments – Sam DiMaggio, SpaceX
- Numerical Vibro-Acoustic Analysis of VEGA Launcher Structure – Debbie Reeves, Free Field Technology
- Force-Limited Vibration Analysis and Testing of ICON Project Instruments, Payload, and Observatory – Brian Thompson, Space Dynamics Laboratory
- Implication of Isolated Stages on CLA Results – Paul Blelloch, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Wind-Induced Oscillations Parametric Wind-Tunnel Test – Sam Yunis, NASA Langley Research Center
- Norton-Thevenin Receptance Coupling (NTRC) as a Payload Design Tool – Scott Gordon, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- Comparison of Direct Acoustic Impingement of Avionics Equipment to Vibration Base Shake Response – Tyler Scogin, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
- Investigating DFAT Diffusivity Using Wavenumber-Frequency with Boundary Element Models – Bryce Gardner, ESI Group
- Cylindrical Structure Attenuation with Distance – A Comparison of Test Data with NASA Curves – Alexander Hardt, Orbital ATK
- A Case Study of Modal Mass Acceleration Curve Loads vs. Sine Loads – Ramses Mourhatch, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Multi-Fidelity Modeling of Jointed Structures – David Najera, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Update to NASA Force Limited Vibration Testing Handbook – Terry Scharton, Consultant
- Orion E-STA Acoustic Test: Evaluation Predictions Against Data – Samantha Bittinger, NASA Glenn Research Center
- Fixed Base Modal Survey of the Orion European Service Module Structural Test Article (E-STA) – Mary Baker, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Surviving the Impact: Core Quality Testing in a New Orbiting Sample Container for Potential Mars Sample Return – Scott Perino, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Description of Wind Tunnel Testing Program for the Development of Improved Aerovibroacoustic Models – Mike Palodichuk, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- New Aerovibroacoustic Models for the Prediction of Structural Vibrations at Transonic Speeds – Mike Yang, ATA Engineering, Inc.
- Development of Virtual Shaker Test Model to Design of Vibration Test – Washington de Lima, Honeywell FM&T
- SWOT Torsional Damper Modeling and Correlation to Test – Farzin Montazersadgh, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- The Necessity of Test-Validated Models for Dynamic Response Predictions – Ryan Tuttle, The Aerospace Corporation
- Improved Mechanical Shock Testing Approach – James Hwang, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Thursday, June 22, 2017
- Statistical Energy Analysis Software & Training Materials, Part II – Tom Irvine, Dynamic Concepts, Inc.
- Acoustic Model Testing Chronology – Tomas Nesman, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
- Mars 2020 Rover/Descent Stage Separation Dynamics – Chia-Yen Peng, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Dynamic Envelope” Study: How Rideshare Variations Affect Loads – Tom Hiel, The Aerospace Corporation
- 2017 DFAT Update – Paul Larkin, MSI DFAT Services
- Uncertainty Quantification for Mars 2020 Powered Descent Vehicle Stability – Paul Blelloch, ATA Engineering, Inc.