Choice and Development of Methods and Instruments to Detect the Location of a Loss of Pressurization of a Module on ISS (Bar-1) - 10.21.14
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Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)
ISS Expedition Duration
October 2007 - September 2013
Previous ISS Missions
Selection and testing of detection methods and means for depressurization of the International Space Station Modules.
Remote indicating IR thermometer Kelvin-Video; Pyroendoscope Piren-V; Thermohygrometer Iva-6; Hot-wire anemometer-thermometer-2; Ultrasound analyzer AU-01; Leak indicator UT2-03. Returned to Earth is BAR-RM kit with the record of the background characteristics database.
Shubralova EV, Makolkin E, Deshevaya EA, Novikova ND, Polikarpov NA, Karimova SA, Taraeva TI. Ultrasonic vibrations influence on microdistruction process. 2nd International Scientific Technical Conference, Saransk ; 2006 98-101.
Borisov VV, Deshevaya EA, Kononenko OD, Shubralova EV, Novikova ND. Development test of method of leakage spots detection on-board ISS. Kosmonavtika i Raketostroenie (Cosmonautics and Rocket Engineering). 2009(4): 144-152.
Deshevaya EA, Shubralova EV, Novikova ND, Borisov VV, Kononenko OD, Polikarpov NA. Testing and evaluation of a method for locating potentially hazardous sites of eventual microdestruction and detecting marks of ISS RS hull leakage. Acta Astronautica. 2011 May-Jun; 68(9-10): 1555-1559. DOI: 10.1016/j.actaastro.2010.10.006.
Deshevaya EA, Shubralova EV, Novikova ND, Polikarpov NA. Results of intravehicular environment influence on pressure body state studies conducted in space experiments "Bar" and "Expert" on-board ISS in 2008-2011 . Space Forum 2011 Dedicated on 50th Anniversary for Yu. A. Gagarin Flight, Moscow, Russia; 2011 October 18-21
Deshevaya EA, Novikova ND, Polikarpov NA, Borisov VV, Shubralova EV, Burlakova AA, Kononenko OD, Neznamova LO. Results analysis of space experiments "Bar" and "Expert" conducted on-board ISS Russian segment: Perspectives of "Bar" equipment kit application for detection of potentially dangerous areas for ISS pressure body microdistruction processes extention. 6th International Aerospace Congress, Moscow, Russia ; 2010
Deshevaya EA, Shubralova EV, Borisov VV, Kononenko OD, Novikova ND, Polikarpov NA, Kotov OV. Main Outcomes of Space Experiments "Bar" and "Expert" Implementation On-Board ISS. 35th Academic Readings on Cosmonautics, Moscow, Russia; 2011 January 577.
Borisov VV, Lukjaschenko VI, Makolkin E, Shubralova EV, Shabelnikov VG, Deshevaya EA, Novikova ND, Krasnov NK. Prospects of Applying the Remote Monitoring Devices for Detecting the Depressurization Locations at the International Space Station and for Checking its Structure. Kosmonavtika i Raketostroenie (Cosmonautics and Rocket Engineering). 2007; 49(4): 174-182.
Makov YN, Bychkov VB, Kononenko OD, Shubralova EV. Low-Frequency Background Ultrasonic Problematics Applied to Measurement Necessity Study of Low-Frequency Background Ultrasonic Influence on Cosmonauts during Long-Term Presence on Space Vehicles. 35th Academic Readings on Cosmonautics, Moscow, Russia; 2011 577-579.
Anfimov NA, Borisov VV, Lukjaschenko VI, Shubralova EV, Scherbakov EV, Novikova ND, Deshevaya EA. Perspectives of Bar Telemetric Means Utilization for Leakage Detection and Monitoring of the ISS Construction Conditions. 55th International Astronautical Congress, Vancouver, Canada; 2004 October 4-8
Deshevaya EA, Borisov VV, Kononenko OD, Shubralova EV. Verification of the method for revealing of potentially dangerous zones of possible development of micro- destruction of the PS ISS pressurized structure ( based on the results of the 17-ISS mission). 17th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Moscow, Russia; 2009 June 7-11 32.
Ground Based Results Publications
Energia - Science Research on the ISS Russian Segment
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NASA Image: ISS024E005604 - BAR experiment during Expedition 24. Choice and Development of Methods and Instruments to Detect the Location of a Loss of Pressurization of a Module on ISS (Bar).
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