University role in astronaut life support systems: water recovery systems, Volume 1629
John Roy Tole, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Space Research, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1970 - Space vehicles - 55 pages
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Acid amount of ATP appear astronauts BACTERIA FILTER basic Better understanding biogenic treatment bioluminescent bioluminescent assay catalyst catalytic oxidation CHARCOAL FILTER chemical pretreatment compressor condensor detergent developed distillation duration Electrodialysis ELECTRODIALYSIS CELL enzyme exotoxins factor fecal water filtration flash evaporation Forced Circulation/Flash Evaporation gravity environments HAMILTON STANDARD HEAT EXCHANGER heat of condensation human water exchange humidity condensate INTEGRAL LIFE SUPPORT ionic low temperature method micro-organisms microbiological contaminants Microbiological Monitoring mission Multifiltration NASA number of organisms operation permeable porous plate post-treatment present pressure problem areas processing unit produce product water PUMP reclaimed water Recommendations for University recovery efficiencies recovery techniques reliable remove reverse osmosis Russians sample SCHEMATIC FROM REF shown in figure SOLENOID VALVE space sterile STORAGE TANK studies suitable supply support systems total organic carbon ultraviolet University Research urea vapor compression wash waste water water monitoring water reclamation water recovery system water vapor weight weightless environment