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ECCS Frequency Response Subsystem Requirement

ECCS Frequency Response Subsystem Requirement

ECCS Frequency Response Subsystem Requirement

Hi, I am looking for any frequency response requirement for subsystem from Ecss standard. I tried to search through ECSS-E-HB-32-26A but I could not find any.

Does anyone know we can find the frequency responses requirement from Ecss? Thank you!

RE: ECCS Frequency Response Subsystem Requirement

Could you please elaborate what you mean by frequency response requirements? Do you need random vibration or sine vibration input curves?

RE: ECCS Frequency Response Subsystem Requirement

I don't understand why you'd be looking for spacecraft frequency response requirements in a methodology handbook:


The ECSS-E-HB-32-26 “Spacecraft Mechanical Loads Analysis Handbook” has been developed with the aim to harmonize methodologies, procedures and practices currently applied for the conduct of spacecraft and payloads loads analysis.

Moreover, such requirements are typically derived from launch vehicle environmental specifications and flight environments, including self-induced environments.

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