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Human Engineering Operations and Habitability Assessment: A Process for Advanced Life Support Ground Facility Testbeds
Author and Affiliation:
Connolly, Janis H.(NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX United States)
Arch, M.(NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX United States)
Elfezouaty, Eileen Schultz(Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Houston, TX United States)
Novak, Jennifer Blume(Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Houston, TX United States)
Bond, Robert L. [Technical Monitor]
Abstract: Design and Human Engineering (HE) processes strive to ensure that the human-machine interface is designed for optimal performance throughout the system life cycle. Each component can be tested and assessed independently to assure optimal performance, but it is not until full integration that the system and the inherent interactions between the system components can be assessed as a whole. HE processes (which are defining/app lying requirements for human interaction with missions/systems) are included in space flight activities, but also need to be included in ground activities and specifically, ground facility testbeds such as Bio-Plex. A unique aspect of the Bio-Plex Facility is the integral issue of Habitability which includes qualities of the environment that allow humans to work and live. HE is a process by which Habitability and system performance can be assessed.
Publication Date: Jan 01, 1999
Document ID:
20000085933
(Acquired Sep 15, 2000)
Subject Category: MAN/SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SUPPORT
Document Type: Reprint
Meeting Information: ICES; 12-15 Jul. 1999; Denver, CO; United States
Meeting Sponsor: Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.; United States
Contract/Grant/Task Num: NAS9-18800
Financial Sponsor: NASA Johnson Space Center; Houston, TX United States
Organization Source: NASA Johnson Space Center; Houston, TX United States
Description: 1p; In English
Distribution Limits: Unclassified; Publicly available; Unlimited
Rights: Copyright
NASA Terms: HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING; PLANT DESIGN; MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS; LIFE (DURABILITY); LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; HABITABILITY; DESIGN ANALYSIS
Availability Source: Other Sources
Availability Notes: Abstract Only
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