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Trade study - Regolith processing methods #15

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Suzibianco opened this Issue Jul 24, 2018 · 1 comment

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Suzibianco commented Jul 24, 2018

Conduct a trade study of the processing methods for all relevant lunar materials with the objective to define whether there are processes- and thus materials - that might be more suited for 3D printing on the moon. Consider:

  • Method
  • Energy consumption
  • Thermal tolerance (min/max)
  • Size of processing equipment,
  • Complexity of the processing system,
  • Processing time,
  • Processed product-to-waste ratio,
  • Stability requirement,
  • Ease of self-maintenance.
  • Mass (kg)
  • Power (Watt per Kg)
  • Volume

Related to #93 and #23

@spacedecentral spacedecentral deleted a comment from Suzibianco Jul 31, 2018

@stellarmagnet stellarmagnet added _processing and removed Subtask labels Aug 7, 2018

@Suzibianco Suzibianco changed the title Material processing Generic material processing research Aug 16, 2018

@Suzibianco Suzibianco changed the title Generic material processing research Processes trade studies Aug 16, 2018

@Suzibianco Suzibianco changed the title Processes trade studies Trade studies of the different processes Aug 16, 2018

@stellarmagnet stellarmagnet changed the title Trade studies of the different processes Trade study for regolith processing methods Sep 11, 2018

@Suzibianco Suzibianco changed the title Trade study for regolith processing methods Trade study - Regolith processing methods Sep 16, 2018

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Suzibianco commented Nov 1, 2018

[Closing this issue as we migrate to a new phase in Coral and new process of how we document issues.]

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