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    • Storage
    • Content Menu
    • Liquid Oxygen
    • Liquid Hydrogen
    • Water
      • Liquid or Solid (Ice)
      • Least pressure on containment vessel
      • Higher Density for Hydrogen
      • Life Support Systems
    • Storage System
    • Tank Materials
    • Thermal Management
    • Location
      • Environmental Considerations
      • OPTIONS:
        • Surface
          • Day temp (107 to 123 deg C)
          • Night temp (-153 to –233 deg C)
            • Permanently shadowed craters allow for less energy expenditure for cooling
        • Sub Surface
          • Avg. Temp at 1m depth (-35 deg C)
    • Fixed Vs. Mobile
    • Interfaces (not yet researched)
      • Assumed to be based on terrestrial designs.
      • Must be adaptable to different transportation systems.
      • Ideally standardized.
      • Must be resilient to leaks and contain a health monitoring system (leak detection)
    • Major Problems
      • Hydrogen Leaks + Flammability
      • Long-term Storage (Oxidized parts)
      • Lunar Dust
      • Rapid Expansion (Asphyxiation)
      • High Pressure Gases (ruptures/explosions)
        • Boil-off (Rocket Fuel Venting)
    • Health Monitoring and Communication
      • Sensors (which ones are vital?)
      • We need to address the communication infrastructure! (on some level)
      • Back-up power supplies
    • Input & Output Input Person in Charge Req’d Date Status Production Rate! Wale and Hubert Now Pending # of facilities DAC/Transport Yesterday Pending Location of Facilities DAC/Transport Yesterday Pending CapacityDemand DAC/Transport Now Pending Current and Future Tank Volumes Andreea Wednesday 6PM Pending Output Person in Charge Req’d Date Status 1 st Tank Solution Scott Monday Pending Interface Andreea Tuesday Pending Challenges William Thursday Pending Volume Supplied Scottdreea Weekend Pending Instantaneous Capacity Scottdreea Monday Pending