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Inernational Space Station

  1. Jan 25, 2012 #1
    I am a civil engineering student and I chose to do the ISS for my structural design project.

    I think I may be in a little over my head because I don't know much about the space station, but I have always been fascinated and I am excited to learn about it!

    Could anybody point me in the right direction of where to find some useful and concise information pertaining to the structural design considerations of the ISS? The report only has to be five pages so it isn't terribly in depth, and I might go up to ten. Any other suggestions are welcome as well.

    Thank you so much, I look forward to reading some of your interesting articles!
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  3. Jan 26, 2012 #2
    Did you try NASA in google? Heres a link to structural design considerations pdf

    http://mmptdpublic.jsc.nasa.gov/mswg/Documents/SSP 30559 Rev C.pdf
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