This paper describes the methodology developed at Politecnico di Torino to support the European Space Agency in the Human Lunar Landing System design activity and to complement the traditional conceptual design with a multidisciplinary set of analyses which includes a thorough assessment of the economic and technological viability of the solution. The paper briefly describes the logic laying behind each of these analyses and it shows the results of the validation of the integrated design methodology, called iDREAM, with an already existing case study, the Exploration Systems Architecture Study-Lunar Surface Access Module spacecraft (ESAS-LSAM). The results are satisfactory and reveals errors lower than 10% in average, perfectly in line with the expectations of a conceptual design phase.

Human lunar lander system design, cost estimation and technology roadmaps / Chirulli, Donato; Narducci, Giuseppe; Governale, Giuseppe; Viola, Nicole; Rimani, Jasmine; Fusaro, Roberta; Ferretto, Davide; Chiusano, SILVIA ANNA; Fiori, Alessandro; Cohen, Orr; Dupuy, Eva-Marie. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022). ((Intervento presentato al convegno The 2nd International Conference on Flight Vehicles, Aerothermodynamics and Re-entry Missions Engineering tenutosi a Heilbroon.

Human lunar lander system design, cost estimation and technology roadmaps

Donato Chirulli;Giuseppe Narducci;Giuseppe Governale;Nicole Viola;Jasmine Rimani;Roberta Fusaro;Davide Ferretto;Silvia Chiusano;Alessandro Fiori;
2022

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This paper describes the methodology developed at Politecnico di Torino to support the European Space Agency in the Human Lunar Landing System design activity and to complement the traditional conceptual design with a multidisciplinary set of analyses which includes a thorough assessment of the economic and technological viability of the solution. The paper briefly describes the logic laying behind each of these analyses and it shows the results of the validation of the integrated design methodology, called iDREAM, with an already existing case study, the Exploration Systems Architecture Study-Lunar Surface Access Module spacecraft (ESAS-LSAM). The results are satisfactory and reveals errors lower than 10% in average, perfectly in line with the expectations of a conceptual design phase.
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