Comparison of ISS power system telemetry with analytically derived data for shadowed cases
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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center, Available from NASA Center for Aerospace Information in [Cleveland, Ohio], Hanover, MD .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • International space station.,
  • Telemetry.,
  • Space station.,
  • Power supplies.,
  • Solar arrays.,
  • Performance prediction.,
  • Shadows.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementH. James Fincannon.
SeriesNASA/TM -- 2002-211715., NASA technical memorandum -- 211715.
ContributionsNASA Glenn Research Center.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16111184M

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Comparison of iss power system telemetry with analytically derived data for shadowed cases (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Fincannon, H. James (Homer James). Comparison of ISS power system telemetry with analytically derived data for shadowed cases (OCoLC) Material Type. Comparison of ISS Power System Telemetry with Analytically Derived Data for Shadowed Cases. By H. James Fincannon. Abstract. Accurate International Space Station (ISS) power prediction requires the quantification of solar array shadowing. Prior papers have discussed the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) ISS power system tool SPACE (System Power Author: H. James Fincannon. International Space Station Power System Telemetry Compared With Analytically Derived Data for Shadowed Cases. (ISS) solar arrays power generation. The validation effort utilized video footage and on-orbit telemetry for cases spanning a 1-yr period. Validation was required because of the uncertainty of various aspects involved in shadowing Author: H. James Fincannon.   Abstract: The first U.S. power module on international space station (ISS) was activated in December Comprised of solar arrays, nickel-hydrogen (NiH/sub 2/) batteries and a direct current power management and distribution (PMAD) system, the electric power system (EPS) supplies power to housekeeping and user electrical loads.

Darrin J. Young, in Implantable Biomedical Microsystems, Telemetry System Introduction. Telemetry system is a critical part of a bioimplantable systems design. The system not only needs to receive external command to control the operation of an implant but also receives external power to energize an implant in a battery-less manner or to recharge an implanted battery.   Its reconversion to actual data for recording, displaying(CRT) for graphical analysis and further computation 2 3. 3 DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM 4. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF TELEMETRY SYSTEM 4 5. FACTORS INFLUENCING TELEMETRY SYSTEM DESIGN Primary criteria for choice and design is accuracy. COMPONENTS OF A TYPICAL WIRELESS TELEMETRY SYSTEM At the remote site, a sensor or sensors are typically the data source. The output of the sensor(s) is converted to digital data by a small computer device or RTU (Remote Terminal Unit). The RTU is interfaced to . The command and data handling system (C&DH) receives all commands and data for both bus and payload operations from the communications system. The integration of payload data with bus data into the data stream bound for the com-munications system and the disintegration of the incoming data stream into individual.

Comparison of ISS Power System Telemetry With Analytically Derived Data for Shadowed Cases. August ISS power system tool SPACE (System Power Analysis . The challenge was to develop a telemetry analysis system that was flexible, fast, accurate, and able to provide the multiple views of the data required by the satellite engineers. This paper provides an overview of VISTA, and then discusses how the telemetry analysis tool (TAT) was developed, how the system functions, timing information, and.   When you start doing research on power systems, you often spend a lot of time on searching power system models to test your developed theories and methods. In the following, I am listing a number of power system test archives, where you can find static and dynamic power system models. If you are aware of. telemetry patterns that represent known problems, and detect both pre-trained known and unknown abnormalities in real-time. The operational system is currently being implemented and applied to real satellite telemetry data. This paper presents the design, examples, and results of the first version as well as planned future work. 1. INTRODUCTION.