A sustainable system of systems in space

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Janne HeilalaSaeid ParcheganiAezeden MohamedAdriano Gomes De Freitas

Abstract: Additive manufacturing (AM) positions as a system in systems (SoS) to which ecosystem is often difficult to assess in cost curve in bulk, peculiarly in challenging mediums. This paper presents an AM-related solution in the aerospace domain of recent sources forming a review of future space manufacturing. The paper presents an example of a sustainable circular economy based on AM through systematic product lifecycle management (PLM) design domain implementation methodology. Developing an agile business sustainable human system integration (HSI) model, human factors, and ergonomics (HFEs) based on the surrounding medium and structure with fine-designed system fidelity require reciprocal signal communication. A turbulent market environment shaped future communication space between domains of human systems stakeholders sets challenges on communication. HSI applies the ecosystem design to comply with various sectors' companies' stakeholders. The HSI design ensures that the design can simplify by the systems engineering method utilizing axiomatic design (AD). The mathematical AD analysis results as a design matrix (DM) that qualitatively represents the internal design parameters as SoS for energy capture, reuse with dynamic motion innovation on thermal power propulsion, and THz-controlled semi-autonomous operations. Future studies in virtualizing models in the metaverse are proposed for the design solution of the system.

Keywords: Human Systems Integration, Systems Engineering, Axiomatic Design, Sustainable Manufacturing, Space Energy

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003923

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