Date(s) - 03/03/2015
12:00 AM - 2:00 PM
1209 rm 185
Bob Fairbairn – cost
Bonnie Lahiff – schedule, handing off to Bill later
Brian Stewart, Chauncey Wu – manufacturing
Mark Hilburger – lead engineer, but will have an alternate during session
David Sleight – composites design
Tim Collins/Dave Paddock – human architecture assessment tools
Zoran Martinovic – mechanical design (not attending session)
Larry Huebner – Marshall involvement
Glenn Hines and Jim Price – SE branch
Next steps for project? That’s part of what we’ll figure out in session.
Anticipating cargo flights. Being proactive to have Langley innovation to meet this need, with partners.
Fill in gaps for SLS to get to Mars Evolvable Architecture needs.
MEL for USA to use to analyze new concept – Tim and Dave can use their tools
Trade study from September (USA slides) – 4 fairings. Which one will get you to 40 metric tons to lunar orbit.
We want one concept (and accompanying partnering needs to develop, next steps) that improves on those chosen, using Langley strengths.
Brainstorming areas: open constraints put on trade, how to deploy, nosecone design, etc. improvements, Co-manifested or stand-alone?
May only find areas to look into, but not able to create a different concept. – Define decision point during session
Team roles and Deliverables updated on OneNote
Zoran get drawings to team
Bob and Bonnie Use SLS output to get a draft cost and schedule to start:
Co-manifested concept: Orion and hab below
Samantha Final working agenda onto OneNote
Kerry Tailor OneNote structure and names to project; load reference slides into Background Section as able
Jose Set up Systems section as desired for interface definition, and potential MEL (in OneNote or linked SIE workbook)