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Aartman, L.J. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author)
Experiment Control Systems for microgravity researchhave been developed, based on a control concept that heavily relies on software for its functions: data acquisition, actuator control, data storage, experiment scenario execution and communication with a personal computer (PC) system for test and checkout. System configuration takes place by...
report 1992
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van den Assem, D. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author)
An optical diagnostic instrument is being developed for fluid physics research in the microgravity environment of a space laboratory. The instrument offers a whole filed observation system with a Schlieren overlay combined with a local narrow field observation capability, the stake system. The latter allows for operation of a variety of optical ...
report 1987
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van den Assem, D. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author)
An optical diagnostic instrument is being developed for fluid physics research in the microgravity environment of a space laboratory. The instrument offers a whole field observation system with a Schlieren overlay combined with a local narrow field observation capability, the stake system. The latter allows for operation of a variety of optical...
report 1987
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van den Assem, D. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author)
report 1987
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da Riva, I. (author), Martinez, I. (author), Martinez-Val, R. (author), Sanz, A. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author), Visser, F.B. (author), Vreeburg, J.P.B. (author)
The report presents a design study, within a specified envelope of resources, of laboratory for scientific research on fluid material in a space station, A survey of the scientific background of mlcrogravity experiments identifies candidate investigations. A structured description of available facilities, or earlier design studies, provides a...
report 1987
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Martinez, I. (author), da Riva, I. (author), Martinez-Val, R. (author), Vreeburg, J.P.B. (author), Sanz, A. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author), Visser, F.B. (author)
The present part 2 of the Final Report presents an inventory of techniques that are likely to find application in the Fluid Science Laboratory. Part 1 of the Report contains a survey of the scientific disciplines that are indicated to provide investigations for the FSL. In the following Part 3, a preliminary synthesis of the content matter of...
report 1987
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Huijser, R.H. (author), van den Assem, D. (author)
An optical diagnostic instrument is being developed taking up design challenges derived both from experiment requirements for microgravity fluid physics research and from boundary conditions imposed by taking into account possible accommodation in a space laboratory. The instrument combines an observation system that provides an image of the...
report 1986
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van den Assem, D. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author), vreeburg, J.P.B. (author)
An optical diagnostic instrument is being developed for execution and observation of fluid physics experiments in microgravity on board a manned space laboratory (e.g. Spacelab). The instrument combines a wide field scene and Schlieren observation system of a diffusely illuminated fluid physics experiment with a facility to operate various...
report 1986
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Huijser, R.H. (author)
A conceptual design for a research facility for critical point phenomena in Spacelab's microgravity environment is presented. In the critical point facility (CPF) four experiments can be performed in parallel. The CPF consists of five parts: four experiment units and a service module. The experiment units offer the user-provided (instrumented)...
report 1985
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Huijser, R.H. (author)
Following the baseline philosophy for the fluid physics instrumentation study, outlined in Part 1, a detailed design is presented for a proposed optical diagnostics instrument (PODI) for use in microgravity. The basis for this design was laid in a number of exploratory experiments, of which a short overview is presented also. A number of...
report 1985
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Vreeburg, J.P.B. (author), Huijser, R.H. (author), Delil, A.A.M. (author)
A somewhat abstract discussion of measurement processes is used to construct a table wherein various techniques for fluid physics diagnosis are collected. The usefulness of each technique for certain types of measurement problems in microgravity fluid physics is assessed. Detailed discussions of applicable techniques are collected in Appendices....
report 1985
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