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In-situ materials processing systems and bioregenerative life support systems interrelationshipsThe synergy and linkages between bioregenerative life support systems and the materials produced by in-situ materials processing systems was investigated. Such systems produce a broad spectrum of byproducts such as oxygen, hydrogen, processed soil material, ceramics, refractory, and other materials. Some of these materials may be utilized by bioregenerative systems either directly or with minor modifications. The main focus of this project was to investigate how these materials can be utilized to assist a bioregenerative life support system. Clearly the need to provide a sustainable bioregenerative life support system for long term human habitation of space is significant.
Document ID
19930017506
Document Type
Other
Authors
Mignon, George V. (Environmental Research Lab. Gulf Breeze, FL, United States)
Frye, Robert J. (Environmental Research Lab. Gulf Breeze, FL, United States)
Date Acquired
September 6, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1992
Publication Information
Publication: Arizona Univ., NASA Space Engineering Research Center for Utilization of Local Planetary Resources
Subject Category
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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