Protection of Space Materials from the Space Environment

Proceedings of ICPMSE-4, Fourth International Space Conference, held in Toronto, Canada, April 23-24, 1998 by Jacob I. Kleiman

Publisher: Springer Netherlands in Dordrecht

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Subjects:

  • Polymers,
  • Engineering,
  • Surfaces (Physics)

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The IMCPSE-4 meeting continued the discussions started in 1992 when this conference series was started. The proceedings of IMCPSE-4 conference contain the latest developments in the area of the effects of the space environment on materials and structures in the low Earth orbit and on ways to prevent and/or reduce them. The main mandate of the meeting, as in the past years was to: promote the dissemination of experimental data and experience among research organizations, and scientists gathered in ground and flight experiments; provide a tool for engineers, material scientists, and management in space and aerospace sectors to learn about the latest advances in the field of material"s and structures" protection in LEO environment and to provide a basis for interaction and utilization of each others" capabilities in cross pollenization of ideas; review the latest research and development in topics such as: effects of LEO environment on materials and structures, predictive models for interaction of materials with LEO environment factors, and alternative ways for protection from LEO environment.

Edition Notes

Other titlesProceedings of ICPMSE-4, Fourth International Space Conference, held in Toronto, Canada, April 23-24, 1998
Statementedited by Jacob I. Kleiman, Roderick C. Tennyson
SeriesSpace Technology Proceedings -- 4, Space Technology Proceedings -- 4
ContributionsTennyson, Roderick C.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTL1-483
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (xiii, 359 p.)
Number of Pages359
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27083486M
ISBN 109401038384, 9401007144
ISBN 109789401038386, 9789401007146
OCLC/WorldCa851391737

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PROTECTION OF MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES FROM SPACE ENVIRONMENT SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS Canadian Space Agency Montana State University University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) Integrity Testing Laboratory Inc.(ITL) Advocated by NASA All papers have been peer reviewed.

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