ECSS-E-30 PART 2A, SPACE ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL - PART 2, STRUCTURAL
ECSS-E-30 PART 2A, SPACE ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL - PART 2, STRUCTURAL (25 APR 2000)., Part 2 of ECSS-E-30 in the engineering branch of ECSS Standards defines the
mechanical engineering requirements for structural engineering.
This Standard defines the requirements to be considered in all engineering aspects
of structures: requirementdefinition and specification, design, development,
verification, production, in-service and eventual disposal.
The Standard applies to all general structural subsystemaspects of space products
and in particular:Launch vehicles, transfer vehicles, re-entry vehicles, spacecraft,
landing probes and rovers, sounding rockets, payloads and instruments, structural
parts of all subsytems.
When viewed from the perspective of a specific project context, the requirements
defined in this Standard should be tailored to match the genuine requirements of
a particular profile and circumstances of a project.