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Oxygen Sensor Optimization for Long Duration Space Missions
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published July 01, 1988 by SAE International in United States
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A new type of oxygen sensor is being developed for potential use in future manned space missions. This sensor incorporates two independent measurement schemes using dual electrochemical cells formed in a common body of solid electrolyte-zirconia. A combination of potentio-metric and coulometric measurements yields accurate and fast response to cabin atmosphere oxygen. Means for self-calibration, fault detection and diagnosis by computer operation are discussed.
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CitationTaylor, R., Van Valkenburg, E., and Cusick, R., "Oxygen Sensor Optimization for Long Duration Space Missions," SAE Technical Paper 881079, 1988, https://doi.org/10.4271/881079.
- Kutschker, A. Taylor, R. M. Cusick, R.J. Aerospace Environmental Systems: Proceedings of the 16th Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems San Diego, CA July 1986 87 95 “Design of an Oxygen Sensor with Automatic Self-Test and Calibration Capability.”
- Taylor, R.M. Kutschker, A. VanValkenburg, E.S. Watson, C.W. January 1988 Final Report NAMA contract no. NAS9-17097 “Development of a Long Life Oxygen Sensor.”