This document establishes the fracture control requirements for all human-rated spaceflight systems including payloads, propulsion systems, orbital support equipment, and planetary habitats. Fracture control is implemented to reduce the risk of a catastrophic failure from a defect or damage. The intent of this standard is to provide fracture control requirements for spaceflight hardware. A variety of fracture control considerations and options are addressed, some of which may not be applicable to a given design. Information is provided to assist the user in the development of an effective Fracture Control Plan and other fracture control documentation.
Fracture Control Requirements For Spaceflight Hardware (Superseding NASA-STD-(I)-5019 (INTERIM) And NASA-STD-5007)
Document DateMonday, January 7, 2008
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