The Multi-User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES), currently being developed by Teledyne Brown Engineering, is a platform which will be located externally on the ISS and is capable of hosting up to four Earth-observing instruments simultaneously. Data from the instruments will be used for a variety of commercial, scientific, and humanitarian applications.
Structural Analysis - Corporate Experience
- Structural analysis on a Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. subcontract for a United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) asset.
- Structural analysis on a Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. subcontract for the NASA National Payloads Office Multiple User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES). Tasks included structural analysis and documentation for the DFMR (Design for Minimum Risk) Matrix and verification report.
- Structural analysis on a Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. subcontract in support of a commercial contract proposal for the design and analysis of structural supports for a large chemical waste processing system.
Structural Analysis - Personal Experience
Thermal Analysis - Personal Experience
- Munitions Fill System of the White Phosphorus Munitions Processing Facility
- Solar Orbit Transfer Vehicle (SOTV) Hydrogen Tank
- SOTV Solar Thermal Engine
- RL-10 Bearing Project
- International Space Station Vacuum System
- Space Shuttle Middeck Glovebox
- Materials Science Glovebox
- Pratt and Whitney Turbopump