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NASA-STD-3000B (VOLUME I), NASA TECHNICAL STANDARD: MAN-SYSTEMS INTEGRATION STANDARDS (MSIS) (01 JUL 1995)

NASA-STD-3000B (VOLUME I), NASA TECHNICAL STANDARD: MAN-SYSTEMS INTEGRATION STANDARDS (MSIS) (01 JUL 1995)., This document provides specific user information to ensure proper integration of the man-system interface requirements with those of other aerospace disciplines. These man-system interface requirements apply to launch, entry, on-orbit, and extraterrestrial space environments. This document is intended for use by design engineers, systems engineers, maintainability engineers, operations analysts, human factors specialists, and others engaged in the definition and development of manned space programs. Concise design considerations, design requirements and design examples are provided. Requirements specified herein are applicable to all U.S. manned-space flight programs. This document replaces earlier NASA field center human engineering standards documents (e.g., MSFC-STD-512A, Man/System Requirements for Weightless Environments; JSC-07387B, Crew Station Specifications). This document also incorporates human engineering standards and guidelines from many other NASA, military, and commercial human engineering standards applicable to the space environments described above.

NASA-STD-3000 Rev. B

    
 Status:
Active

 FSC Code:
 HFAC - HUMAN FACTORS

Version:
B07-19957.63 MB NASA-STD-3000B_VOL-2
B11-199425.07 MB NASA-STD-3000B_VOL-1

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