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Offline Dikuza

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Spacecraft Structural Design Resources
« on: 05/16/2023 12:24 pm »
Hello, I'm looking for resources (papers, articles, books, memos, etc) that details the structural design and systems integration of human-rated spacecraft capsules (Apollo, Soyuz, Dragon, Starliner, Orion). I've searched NTRS as well as the generic search engines but haven't had much luck. ChatGPT is also useless when it comes to providing sources. CAD models would also be awesome if they're high-fidelity. Anyone have anything they know of? Thanks!

Offline jasonjulius1122

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Re: Spacecraft Structural Design Resources
« Reply #1 on: 06/16/2023 08:47 am »
Finding detailed resources on the structural design and systems integration of human-rated spacecraft capsules like Apollo, Soyuz, Dragon, Starliner, and Orion can be a complex task.
NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) is a comprehensive resource for NASA-related research and technical documents. It's possible that some relevant papers or reports may be available there. Take the time to refine your search terms and explore different keywords.

Offline laszlo

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Re: Spacecraft Structural Design Resources
« Reply #2 on: 06/16/2023 05:00 pm »
...ChatGPT is also useless when it comes to providing sources.

FTFY  ;)

Offline whitelancer64

Re: Spacecraft Structural Design Resources
« Reply #3 on: 06/16/2023 05:49 pm »
...ChatGPT is also useless when it comes to providing sources.

FTFY  ;)

Nah, ChatGPT is useful, you just need to double-check its work. It's not a search engine.
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