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Unformatted text preview: 09/08/11 1 This material is PRELIMINARY information only. It is for limited distribution. DO NOT FORWARD. STS-107 In-Flight Damage Assessment Process Review Orbiter Element Analyses 12 May 2003 09/08/11 2 This material is PRELIMINARY information only. It is for limited distribution. DO NOT FORWARD. Objective: Describe the Problem Resolution Team (PRT) debris assessment process performed during the STS-107 mission Briefing Outline: 1. Introduction to STS-107 PRT & Damage Assessment Process 2. Damage Assessment Process and STS-107 Chronology 3. Technical Discussion of STS-107 Damage Assessment Analyses 12 May CAIB Requested Debris Assessment Briefing 09/08/11 3 This material is PRELIMINARY information only. It is for limited distribution. DO NOT FORWARD. Briefing Outline: 1. Introduction to STS-107 PRT & Damage Assessment Process 2. Damage Assessment Process and STS-107 Chronology 3. Technical Discussion of STS-107 Damage Assessment Analyses 09/08/11 4 This material is PRELIMINARY information only. It is for limited distribution. DO NOT FORWARD. PRT Roles And Responsibilities The PRT is chaired by the SSM who has ultimate responsibility and authority for technical recommendations for the subsystem. (PDP 5.4-MV-PRT, Paragraph 3.3) Each SSM is certified and NASA approved to direct the PRT Any issue with significant increase in risk to schedule, safety or cost or NASA management specifically requests NASA personnel assistance is considered an out-of- family problem (NSTS 37325 Paragraph 3.1.2.1) For out-of-family problems the subsystem PRT is chaired by the SSM and participation by the NASA DCE or his delegate is mandatory (PDP 5.4-MV-PRT, Paragraph 3.3 and NSTS 37325, Paragraph 3.2.2) Historically, when an out-of-family issue arises that covers multiple PRTs the SAM becomes the team leader 09/08/11 5 This material is PRELIMINARY information only. It is for limited distribution. DO NOT FORWARD. Debris Assessment Team Make-Up Debris Assessment Team composed of over 37 engineers and technical Managers from NASA, USA, Boeing and SAIC STS-107 in-flight impact was an out-of-family problem and required NASA technical participation Boeing Orbiter participation included: Analysis ITM, Analysis PM, TPS SSM, RCC SSM, Structural Analysis SSM, Aeroheating SSM, Thermal SSM and associated support personnel USA Participation included: Analysis SAM (team lead), TPS SAM, RCC SAM, Systems Integration Manager and Flight Design Manager NASA participation included: Thermal Asst. Branch Chief, Thermal Panel Chair, Aeropanel Chair, TPS TMR Chair, Struct. & Mech....
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