Application of modern tools and techniques to maximize engineering productivity in the development of orbital operations plans for the space station progrmThe Space Station Program will incorporate analysis of operations constraints and considerations in the early design phases to avoid the need for later modifications to the Space Station for operations. The application of modern tools and administrative techniques to minimize the cost of performing effective orbital operations planning and design analysis in the preliminary design phase of the Space Station Program is discussed. Tools and techniques discussed include: approach for rigorous analysis of operations functions, use of the resources of a large computer network, and providing for efficient research and access to information.
Manford, J. S. (McDonnell-Douglas Technical Services Co., Inc. Houston, TX, United States)
Bennett, G. R. (McDonnell-Douglas Technical Services Co., Inc. Houston, TX, United States)
August 12, 2013
January 1, 1985
Publication: NASA. Johnson (Lyndon B.) Space Center R and D Productivity: New Challenges for the US Space Program