JSC 29353A, FLAMMABILITY CONFIGURATION ANALYSIS FOR SPACECRAFT APPLICATIONS (OCT 2007)
JSC 29353A, FLAMMABILITY CONFIGURATION ANALYSIS FOR SPACECRAFT APPLICATIONS (OCT 2007)., This document was prepared to assist Space Shuttle, International Space Station, and Constellation Program hardware customers with the flammability configuration analyses required to justify the use of flammable materials in flight hardware. The document provides guidance in conducting the flammability assessments required for payload hardware by NSTS 1700.7B, "Safety Policy and Requirements for Payloads Using the Space Transportation System," and the NSTS 1700.7B ISS Supplement. It may also be used to assess flammability hazards in flight hardware other than payloads, as described in NASA-STD-(I)- 6001A, Flammability, Offgassing, and Compatibility Requirements and Test Procedures and NASA-STD-(I)-6016, Standard Materials and Processes Requirements for Spacecraft. It explains procedures and techniques that are considered by NASA to meet the intent of the safety requirements, but it does not preclude alternative approaches.