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    • Space disasters, Wars in the Middle East, and PowerPoint talk by bajinder pal singh | bajinder@hotmail.com | 20 June 2014
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    • Review of Test Data Indicates Conservatism for Tile Penetration •The existing SOFI on tile test data used to create Crater was reviewed along with STS-87 Southwest Research data - Crater overpredicted penetration of tile coating significantly  Initial penetration to described by normal velocity  Varies with volume/mass of projectile (e.g. 200 ft/sec for 3 cu.In)  Significant energy is required for the softer SOFI particle to penetrate the relatively hard tile coating  Test results do show that it is possible at sufficient mass and velocity  Conversely, once tile is penetrated SOFI can cause significant damage  Minor variations in total energy (above penetration level) can cause significant tile damage - Flight condition is significantly outside of test database  Volume of ramp is 1920cu in vs 3 cu in for test C
    • •The existing SOFI on tile test data used to create Crater was reviewed along with STS-87 Southwest Research data - Crater overpredicted penetration of tile coating significantly  Initial penetration to described by normal velocity  Varies with volume/mass of projectile (e.g. 200 ft/sec for 3 cu.In)  Significant energy is required for the softer SOFI particle to penetrate the relatively hard tile coating  Test results do show that it is possible at sufficient mass and velocity  Conversely, once tile is penetrated SOFI can cause significant damage  Minor variations in total energy (above penetration level) can cause significant tile damage - Flight condition is significantly outside of test database  Volume of ramp is 1920cu in vs 3 cu in for test Review of Test Data Indicates Conservatism for Tile Penetration Title of the slide Very big bullet Very big dash Medium sized diamond Tiny square bullet Parenthesis Levels of Hierarchy 1 2 3 4 5 6 C http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/shuttle/archives/sts- 107/investigation/CAIB_medres_full.pdf
    • Review of Test Data Indicates Conservatism for Tile Penetration •The existing SOFI on tile test data used to create Crater was reviewed along with STS-87 Southwest Research data - Crater overpredicted penetration of tile coating significantly  Initial penetration to described by normal velocity  Varies with volume/mass of projectile (e.g. 200 ft/sec for 3 cu.In)  Significant energy is required for the softer SOFI particle to penetrate the relatively hard tile coating  Test results do show that it is possible at sufficient mass and velocity  Conversely, once tile is penetrated SOFI can cause significant damage  Minor variations in total energy (above penetration level) can cause significant tile damage - Flight condition is significantly outside of test database  Volume of ramp is 1920cu in vs 3 cu in for test C
    • Review of Test Data Indicates Conservatism for Tile Penetration •The existing SOFI on tile test data used to create Crater was reviewed along with STS-87 Southwest Research data - Crater overpredicted penetration of tile coating significantly  Initial penetration to described by normal velocity  Varies with volume/mass of projectile (e.g. 200 ft/sec for 3 cu.In)  Significant energy is required for the softer SOFI particle to penetrate the relatively hard tile coating  Test results do show that it is possible at sufficient mass and velocity  Conversely, once tile is penetrated SOFI can cause significant damage  Minor variations in total energy (above penetration level) can cause significant tile damage - Flight condition is significantly outside of test database  Volume of ramp is 1920cu in vs 3 cu in for test C
    • C Source: Tufte: The Cognitive Style of Power Point
    • Review of Test Data Indicates Conservatism for Tile Penetration •The existing SOFI on tile test data used to create Crater was reviewed along with STS-87 Southwest Research data - Crater overpredicted penetration of tile coating significantly  Initial penetration to described by normal velocity  Varies with volume/mass of projectile (e.g. 200 ft/sec for 3 cu.In)  Significant energy is required for the softer SOFI particle to penetrate the relatively hard tile coating  Test results do show that it is possible at sufficient mass and velocity  Conversely, once tile is penetrated SOFI can cause significant damage  Minor variations in total energy (above penetration level) can cause significant tile damage - Flight condition is significantly outside of test database  Volume of ramp is 1920cu in vs 3 cu in for test Orphans C
    • C Source: 1.NASA http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/shuttle/archives/sts- 107/investigation/CAIB_medres_full.pdf 2. Edward Tufte http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch- msg?msg_id=0001yB
    • C Source: 1.NASA http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/shuttle/archives/sts- 107/investigation/CAIB_medres_full.pdf 2. Edward Tufte http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch- msg?msg_id=0001yB
    • http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/shuttle/archives/sts-107/investigation/CAIB_medres_full.pdf C
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    • “ When we understand that slide, we’ll have won the war ” Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal I
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    • Headline Sans Serif is good for headlines If you are using too much text (which is absolutely avoidable), use a Serif Font F
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    • Theory of Colour 1810 C
    • When the eye sees a colour it is immediately excited C
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    • Judd, Deane B.; Wyszecki, Günter (1975). Color in Business, Science and Industry. Wiley Series in Pure and Applied Optics (3rd ed.). New York: Wiley-Interscience. p. 388. ISBN 0471452122. 10 million C
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    • “Fritillaries in a Copper Vase Van Gogh, 1887
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    • Triadic Split Complementary Square Tetradic Other Colour Schemes C
    • Sunflowers Vincent van Gogh, 1888 C
    • Thanks 1. NASA: The Accident’s Organizational Causes 2. Edward Tufte: The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint 3. New York Times 4. Pittsburg Post Gazette 4. United States Central Command / National Security Archive