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Interaction-based conceptual design methods for space science missions
Peng, Xiaodong; Xie, Wenming; Wang, Ning; Chen, Meng Yun
Department空间技术部
Source PublicationProceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC
2013
Pages8157-8163
Language英语
ISSN0074-1795
ISBN9781629939094
AbstractAccording to the design, validation and selection of the space science mission in conceptual design phase, a number of aerospace organizations have applied Integrated Collaborative Engineering (ICE) processes to the space system conceptual design, such as ESA's CDF, JPL's PDC1, etc. The Chinese academy of sciences Space Science Planning Demonstration Center (SSPDC) is also based on this objective, aiming to achieve a feasible design concurrently, efficiently and effectively in the early conceptual phase. In this process, how do the SSPDC support scientists, sponsors, designers who have completely different knowledge background communicate without disturbance of comprehension, and how to lead all user mining requirements and optimizing design are problems bothering us. In the traditional way, first we define scientific goals and requirements through the literal and sheet description, or some standardized language, and then realize the preliminary design model by professional design tool. This method is getting more and more difficult to satisfy the current demand for efficiency and advanced interaction. Therefore, this paper introduces a design method to satisfy a variety of user's cognitive and intellectual characteristics, which can meet all design personnel in a certain abstract level in the early design phase. Interactivity is the main feature, which can lead scientists to the freedom of expression, and can be fully understood by others; provide an interactive environment that support creative thinking, analysis, and design for domain experts, and show understandable design results to scientists, and sponsors; let sponsors get a clear understanding of the various design results and make decisions. This article discusses the space science mission interactive conceptual design method from the design model framework and interactive process modelling. The design model framework definite design constraints, information and knowledge model which involved in the process of the design of space missions, in this paper it mainly focus on classifying and modelling of orbit dynamics design, satellite structure design. Interaction process modelling is focus on establishing the human-computer collaborative designing process based on studies of cognitive psychology. That means according to the people's cognitive characteristics and the computer working characteristics, set up a human- computer interactive design process which can exploit their respective advantages of man and machine. Copyright ©2013 by the International Astronautical Federation.
Conference Name64th International Astronautical Congress 2013, IAC 2013
Conference DateSeptember 23, 2013 - September 27, 2013
Conference PlaceBeijing, China
Indexed ByEI
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nssc.ac.cn/handle/122/4739
Collection空间技术部
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
Peng, Xiaodong,Xie, Wenming,Wang, Ning,et al. Interaction-based conceptual design methods for space science missions[C]:International Astronautical Federation, IAF,2013:8157-8163.
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