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TABLE

OF

CONTENTS

Section

Title

Page • iv

INTRODUCTION

.........

MISSION

AND

OBJECTIVES

......

l-1

1-1. 1-3• 1-5. 1-7. II PHYSICAL

Purpose Boilerplate Apollo Apollo

......... 13 Mission Order Order Test Test . ...... Objectives Objectives . .

I-i 1-1

First Second

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i-i i-I

DESCRIPTION

2-I

2-1. 2-3. 2- 1 i. 2-16. 2-24. 2-26. 2-28. 2-34. III

Purpose Launch Command Service Interface Command Umbilical Launch

...... Escape Assembly Module . Module and Adapter . . .... • Tension Tie . Bolts . • . • •

2-1 2-i 2-9 2-17 2 -22 2-22 2 -22 2 -23

Equipment ....... Module to Service Module Connectors Vehicle .... .

LAUNCH

ESCAPE

SYSTEM

.....

3-1

3-I• 3-3• 3-5. 3-7. 3-9. 3-i i. 3-13. 3-15. 3-17. IV

Purpose Operational Tower Tower Launch Pitch Launch Mission Tower

...... Description Motor Ignition . . Jettison ..... ..... INSTRUMENTATION Motor . . . . . . . . . . .

3-1 3-i 3-1 3-3 3-3 3-3 3-3 3-4 3-4

Jettison Separation Escape Control Escape

Motor Motor Tower

Sequencer Sequencer AND

COMMUNICATIONS

4-1

4-i•

Purpose Description Communications Instrumentation

....

4-1 4-1 Equipment • 4-1 4-3

4-3• 4-4. 4-Ii.

Equipment

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Section V EQUIPMENT 5-i. 5-3. 5-5. VI

Title COOLING SYSTEM ......

Page 5-i

Purpose .................. System Description .............. Principles of Operation ............ POWER SYSTEM
.................. Equipment .............. ............ ............. SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT

5-i 5-I 5-i

ELECTRICAL
6-1. 6-3. 6-5. 6-9. Purpose System

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6-1

6-i 6-i 6-2 6-2

Principles Power

of Operation

Consumption AND

VII

DOCUMENTATION

7-1

7- i. 7 - 3. 7-5.

Purpose .................. Documentation ............. Supporting Equipment ............. ........

7-1 7-1 7-4

VIII

ELECTRICAL

SCHEMATICS

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8- i. 8-3.

Purpose Schematic

........ Diagrams . . .

8-i 8-1

LIST

OF

ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure

No. Booster Flight Launch Escape Launch LES Nose Compatibility Sequence Escape Tower Escape Interstage Cone and Module Module Module Shock Module Module and Space

Title

Page 1-Z 1-3 2-3 2-5 Area ...... 2-6 2-7 2-8 Z-lO 2-11 2-16 ....... 2-18 2-19 2 -20

i-i•

Vehicle

..........

i-2. 2-i. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4• 2-5. 2-6. 2-7. 2-8• 2-9. 2-I0. 2-11.

Trajectory Bolt and

........... ............ Skirt

Assembly Explosive Motor

............. Structural

Adapter Area Pitch Control

Components Motor Area

........ ........

Command Command Command Dummy Service Service

................ Interior Reference and GSE Tie ............. Axis Attach ........... Fitting

Strut and

Adapter

............ ............

Tension

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NO.

Title

Page 3-2 3-5 3-7 4-2 4-4 4-14 4-15 5-2 ...... ...... 5-3 5-4 6-3

Launch Mission Tower R&D R&D Q-Ball Q-Ball Equipment Equipment Equipment

Escape

System

Functional

Block

Diagram ......... .........

.....

3-Z. 3-3. 4-I. 4-Z. 4-3. 4-4. 5-1. 5-Z. 5-3. 6-I. 8-1.

Sequencer Sequencer

Schematic Schematic

Diagram Diagram

Instrumentation Instrumentation

Block Diagram ......... Locations ...........

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Cooling Cooling Cooling Power

Electrical Boilerplate (Dwg.

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13 Combined B14-900004, Systems

8-3 8-19

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LIST

OF

TABLES

Table

No.

Title

Page Characteristics ....... ......... to Tower Jettison Tower 3-4 3-9 4-16 6-1 ........ 7-1 7-4 ..... ..... 2-1 2-9 2-17 3-i

2-i.

Launch Command Command Time

Escape Module Module History

Assembly Physical

Physical

2-2. 2-3. 3-1. 3-2.

Characteristics

Compartmentation Leading

of Events Motor

Operational Jettison

Characteristics

of Launch

Escape

................ Functions ............

3-3.

Mission

Sequencer List

4-I. 6-1. 7-1. 7-2.

Measurement Battery

................ Characteristics ........... Documents .............

Physical

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13 Supplementary Equipment

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INTRODUCTION

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MISSION

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OBJECTIVES

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mission from

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OBJECTIVES.

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Demonstrate under preflight

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exit environmental

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for

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Table Overall

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Escape

Assembly

Physical

Characteristics

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Length Weight Tower Structure:

33 feet 6600 pounds (approx)

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118 36 50.6 533

inches inches inches pounds (approx)

Length Diameter Weight Launch Escape Motor:

18.25 48.8 227

inches inches pounds

Length Diameter Diameter Weight

at of

nozzle motor

exit structure

185.3 28 26 4809

inches inches inches pounds (approx)

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55.6 inches

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28 inches 26 inches 529 pounds (approx)

Pitch Control Motor

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inches inches (approx)

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189 pounds

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structure

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base

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of welded

titanium Each

tubing of the

silica-filled attached Attachments figure Z-3.) and motor

thermal by tower an

insulation. explosive

to the

module

holt. tower

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figure

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at the The

top of each structural

leg facilitate

alignment.

skirt is attached escape between (figure

between motor.

the top The

of the tower of the and launch

structure escape

the base forms

of the launch structure structure tower

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the

the

structural

the interstage

structure. structure electrical

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interstage houses the Two

2-4),

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jettison doors and

motor

components. The

access housing bolted

facilitate the nose to form Z-5.)

installation are

the components. sheet construction, the sheet

ballast are

cone

of welded conical

and lead

together figure

a single The

to house cone 2-6. motors motor when

ballast. (See figure SYSTEM

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launch

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system escape

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above

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of a polysulfide fixed nozzles.

ammonium Passive

perchlorate thrust vector

formulation. control is used

to obtain 2-7.

proper LAUNCH

trajectories. SYSTEM and ELECTRICAL electronic AND components (contained and are ELECTRONIC in the launch in the associated bonded command wiring escape module harnesses of the

COMPONENTS. system and and on consist the

electrical escape

of launch

sequencers

structural

skirt), Redundant and

hot wire wiring

initiators, harnesses redundant harness

attachements. escape structure. motor,

to the are

exterior

launch tower

associated structure the

harnesses has module

integral plug launch

to the that allows escape the

Each

tower

a breakaway when means the

the harness tower rocket

to detach

itself from The wiring

command

is jettisoned. motor and

harnesses with

provide the

the

of connecting and the

separation components

circuits with the

sequence

controllers, equipment.

instrumentation

communications

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are

provided

to program located on the

the

sequence

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structural Z.5

are

identical

in size

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in width, A

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figure two

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(figure

Z-4)

for the the The

devices.

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contain

electrical initiator

circuitry body

necessary a 0.75-inch

to detonate flange,

igniters.

is 1 inch

0.45

from

the threaded

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CONTROL HOUSING

PITCH MOTOR

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BOARD

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Cone

and

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at the

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contains

pins

independent

bridge-wire 2-10. umbilical and the

LAUNCH connectors command

TOWER the electrical These escape figure module When the the plug

UMBILICAL systems are

CONNECTORS. of the launch on the

Two escape plane-ofheat

electrical assembly

connectors tower 2-2.)

located of the

separation the command

adjacent module. to the

leg wells The

forward portion

shield

of

(See

receptacle The plug

of the

connector

is attached tower module, the launch

command

structure. escape from tower the

is attached from The with the

to the nearest command are part The with of

leg by the

a lanyard. lanyard pulls tower

separates

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plugs

escape

wiring

installation module

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are part module.

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command

wiring

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MODULE.

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2-6

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command and shape.

module

simulates

the

production

command command 2-8.

in external are listed

Physical reference

characteristics axes are shown

for the

in table

2-2.

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in figure

Table

2-2.

Command

Module

Physical

Characteristics

Shape Height Diameter Weight 2-13. base and STRUCTURE. and a rounded The apex. command The sides and module are 134 154 9262 structure

Conical inches inches pounds is conical aluminum command structure from (approx) with a convex

sernimonocoque shields. the aluminum area The

structures module against the is aerowalls

terminate with

in the forward a cork material The crew

aft heat

covered dynamic with

to protect compartment The

heating.

is insulated helps

side and

a quilted-fiberglass temperature flow inside the access

material. of not greater compartment. to the

insulation

to provide Fahrenheit

maintain to reduce primary

a constant the heat structure

than A

150 degrees main hatch

and of the along

in the

side

permits

interior.

Shelves

and

brackets

the inner

wall afford mounting in table 2-3.

provisions

for equipment.

Compartmentation

is described

2-9

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GSE ATTACH (4 PLACES) FITTING

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DUMMY

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FITTING

AFT

COMPARTMENT DOOR

EQUIPMENT

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Module

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Reference

Axis

2.-16

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Table

2-3.

Command

Module

Compartmentation

Production Compartment

Configuration Function

Boilerplate

13 Contents

Primary

structure

Crew

compartment

Launch R&D

escape

tower

sequencer, and to of

communications,

instrumentation. simulate gravity. production hatch. Forward compartment Houses of ELS, jets, and parachute reaction system thrust R&D weight Egress tube

Ballast and center

tube volume

to simulate and system. main

cooling

P_adome

and

telemetry

antenna.

associated nt

e qui pme Aft compartment

Houses ation mental storage C/M

impact struts, control to S/M

attenuenvironsystem and

Aft heat shield attachment fittings, GSE attach fittings, umbilical connectors, doors, bearing equipment access

facilities,

umbilicals

service pads,

module mating and tension ties.

2-14.

FORWARD

HEAT module. assembled

SHIELD. It consists together,

The

forward

heat

shield

forms

the apex

of

the command comb radome module. recovery

of a sheetmetal cover and a fiberglass honeywith the assembly bolted to the command for separating the forward heat shield, since

There is not

are no provisions planned.

2-15. command and

AFT

HEAT module. skins of the shock

SHIELD.

The

aft heat

shield

forms

the

convex bonded to the

base

of the

It is constructed of the laminated command struts module (figure

of aluminum and

honeycomb is attached struts.

to the inner

outer

fiberglass by four

primary of the No. struts

structure are No. used for dummy 4. as

adjustable

Three No. 2,

2-9) installed 1 longeron tie.

at longerons a flange are

3, and it to be shield shield permit 2-ii.)

The

tension

tie at No. and

contains Two

that allows

a dummy

strut

a tension

holes

provided Six holes

in the in the holes figure

installation the command

of the umbilical module command MODULE

electrical points to the ADAPTER.

connectors. to protrude, service (See

allow

bearing module AND

and

three (See

attachment 2-16.

of the

module. figure

SERVICE

2-I0.)

2-17.

The

service

module

includes

the loads

insert from

and the

is used launch

in the boilerplate vehicle to the

13

configuration The command Three

primarily module

to transmit rests on bolts the

spacecraft.

service the

module command

at six compression module mating

bearing bearing points

points.

tension-tie

hold

2-17

HEAT SHIELD MOUNTING

GSE

Fi

SM-2A-102A

Figure

2-9.

Dummy

Shock

Strut and GSE

Attach

Fitting

2-18

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LONGERONS (6 PLACES) C/M TO S/M CONNECTORS

UMBILICAL SERVICE MODULE (FLY-AWAY REMOVED COVER TO SHOW

CONNECTORS) C-BAND ANTENNAS (4

0
REACTION MOTORS (SIMULATED) CONTROL (4 PLACES)

S/M TO INSERT CONNECTORS

LONGERONS (6 PLACES)

STRINGERS (28 PLACES)

INSERT LONGERONS (6 PLACES)

STRINGERS (28 PLACES)

TO BOOSTER INSTRUMENT UNIT CONNECTORS

PRESSURE VENT (8 PLACES)

HOLES

AIR CONDITIONING BARRIER SM-2A-366C

Figure

2-I0.

Service

Module

and Adapter

2-19

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3

COMMAND

MOD_

/
i"_/I _C/M TENSION ATTACH
II

TIE

TENSION

TIE

FITTING

I"

\

AFT HEAT SHIELD

'i

_LONGERON

C 'M COMPRESSION BEARING PAD

_-_

S/M

COMPRESSION BOLT

BEARING

SERVICE MODULE• ION TIE ATTACH BOLT

S/M TENSION TIE ATTACH FITTING

SM- 2A- 23O

Figure

2-ii.

Service

Module

Tension

Tie

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firmly seated. The six bearing bolts are adjusted to facilitate command moduleto-service module alignment. An exterior non-structural fairing is located between the command module and the service module. The fairing house8 a nonfunctioning separation mechanism, a support structure for distributing basic loads imposed by the command module to the service module, and fixed umbilical connections between the two modules. The command module and service module will not be separated during the mission; and, therefore, no pyrotechnics are installed. The service module-to-insert and insert-to-adapter interfaces are joined with 12 bolts each. The adapter is bolted to the instrument unit using 32 bolts. The holes for these 32 bolts are cadmium plated to provide electrical bonding. 2-18. A part of the spacecraft instrumentation module as follows: a. system is located in the service

Service module (between stations 1785. 596 and 1661. 596, figure i-i). i. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Seven calorimeters Two strain gages Twelve fluctuating Three vibration pressure transducers

transducers

Two accelerometers One acoustical-sensing device.

b.

Insert (between stations 1661. 596 and 1609. 596, figure i-I). i. One pressure transducer.

c.

Adapter (between stations 1609. 596 and 1517. 596, figure i-i). i. 2. 3. Four strain gages One calorimeter Two vibration transducers.

2-19. Ballast is installed in the service module and adapter to simulate weight and center of gravity of the spacecraft. Fiberglass reaction control system nozzles are mounted in place on the service module to simulate external configuration.

2-21

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Z-Z0. The adapter contains Apollo-Saturn interface wiring and an air conditioning barrier in addition to the instrumentation (paragraph 2-18). The air conditioning barrier consists of a double layer of nylon cloth impregnated on both.sides with a chloroprene rubber compound. The barrier forms a bulkhead at the extreme aft end of the adapter. 2-Zl. STRUCTURE. The service module, insert, and adapter are cylindrical, of semimonocoque type structure, 154 inches in diameter, with an aluminum outer skin. The service module (less insert) is 124 inches in length. The skin is riveted to aluminum ring frames attached to six longerons. The longerons are T-shaped, the rim part being fabricated of steel and the web of aluminum. Z-ZZ. The insert is 52 inches in length. The skin is riveted to upper and lower ring frames. The upper frame is composed of aluminum angles and webs riveted together; the lower frame is constructed of rectangular aluminum tubing. The upper and lower ring frames are riveted to six steel and aluminum longerons and 28 aluminum stringers. 2-Z3. The adapter is 92 inches in length. The skin is riveted to longerons and stringers. Eight holes in the aluminum skin, evenly spaced around the aft end of the adapter, provide venting for pressures which may build up in the adapter. Z-Z4.
INTERFACE EQUIPMENT.

2-Z5. The interface equipment and umbilical connectors. The connectors and 2-26. a GSE and plugs located connector MODULE 2-1 I. ) tie bolts rod and TO

on boilerplate 13 consists of bolts, te_sion umbilical connectors consist of electrical planes ground of separation support MODULE of major colnponents,

ties,

in the for

umbilical

equipment. TENSION TIE BOLTS.

COMMAND (See figure tension steel

SERVICE

Z-Z7. module plated. module long. The

The are The

utilized

to bolt the assemblies. the

command The command

module assemblies module

to the are to the

service cadmium service 42 inches long

turnbuckle is used

turnbuckle

to preload The

compression Two of the

bearing assemblies No.

points. use 1 uses

assemblies hexagon round

are/approximately steel rods 28. 5 inches Z8.6 steel No tension aft heat rod

7/8-inch

long.

third

tie at longeron hexagonal wrench

l-1/4-inch been

inches charges

on which

flats have

machined.

pyrotechnic

are installed on boilerplate 13 configuration. The also is utilized as a vertical strut to help hold the

tie at longeron No. shield in place.

1

2-28.

UMBILICAL

CONNECTORS.

Z-29. and

The plugs

umbilical located for

connectors

on

boilerplate

13 consist of the

of electrical a GSE

connectors

in the

planes-of-separation equipment, and

modules,

umbilical

connector

ground

support

a coolant

umbilical

connector.

2 -22

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These are

connectors attached and

join the provide There

electrical a means is no

systems

of the

modules the

while

the

modules upon

of disconnecting requirement the necessary The on GSE

electrical

systems during

module

separation. 13 mission; except

for module hardware GSE pad.

separation for

boilerplate nect

therefore, for GSE from

umbilical supplies

disconthe

is omitted power the GSE service

separation. GSE equipment A

umbilical The coolant

electrical supplies g-30. of the (See backup from

while

the boilerplate

is on the

umbilical

fluid coolant UMBILICAL module This

the pad. is located top, on the in the skin

CONNECTOP_. approximately umbilical

umbilical below the

18 inches is equipped Both and

+Z-plane. and a

figure

2-8. )

with

a primary are

(pneumatic) armed are by

(hydraulic) NASA control

release GSE. On

mechanism. Pneumatic

systems

a signal by pressure later,

hydraulic a solenoid then

pressures actuates

supplied

facility which

equipment. actuator

initial command, If this a lanyard system which

the nitrogen i0 milliseconds the umbilical.

ejects

the umbilical. trips

fails to operate, disconnects

a hydraulic

2-31. Umbilical heat outer command

COMMAND connector of the and module are

MODULE

TO

SERVICE are

MODULE

UMBILICAL outer

CONNECTORS. surface of the from of the of the aft the

receptacles command near

recessed They No. are 6.

into the

shield edge

module. longeron

approximately The receptacles The

12 inches are plug part

located

aft compartment part of the service TO on the

wiring module

installation. wiring UMBILICAL plane end.

portions

connectors Z-3Z. connector to plugs

installation. CONNECTOR. of the service Umbilical module connect

SERVICE

MODULE

INSERT

receptacles located in the

aft separation forward

extension

Z-33.

ADAPTER

TO

INSTRUMENT

UNIT

UMBILICAL

CONNECTOR.

Umbilical

connector receptacles located in the forward will not be separated

on the aft separation plane of the adapter end of the booster instrument unit. The from the adapter.

connect to plugs instrument unit

2-34.

LAUNCH

VEHICLE.

(See

figure

i-i.)

2-35.

The

boilerplate

13 launch

vehicle

is a Saturn a Saturn

I configuration S-IV second

(designated and a

SA-6) consisting of a Saturn booster instrument unit.

S-Ibooster,

stage,

2-36. thrust pounds with

The

S-I

stage

is powered pounds.

by

eight

Rocketdyne for The these general

H-I engines

engines consist

with

a total

of 1,500,000 of oxidizer aerodynamic

Propellants fuel RP-I.

of 850,000

LO2

and

appearance of the

is cylindrical cylinder. The

stabilizing

fins at the extreme 21 feet cutoff in diameter is at 150.92

aft end and

airframe length. S-I/S-IV

is approximately First stage engine section

is approximately after ignition. with the

80 feet in An first stage.

seconds

interstage

18 feet in diameter

is jettisoned

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Z-37. The S-IV stage is powered by six Pratt & Whitney IRLI0-A3 engines with a total thrust of 90,000 pounds. Propellants for these engines consist of 100, 000 pounds of oxidizer LOZ and fuel LH Z. The airframe is approximately 18 feet in diameter with the forward end tapering to 13 feet to interface with the instrument unit and the spacecraft. The S-IV booster burns 464 seconds, placing the booster, instrument unit, and spacecraft into a 90- to IZ0-mile orbit. No recovery is planned.
2-38. The instrument unit interfaces and with the booster the and spacecraft. and control It is system, power

approximately flight system. sequencers,

13 feet in diameter telemetry

contains tracking

guidance and

system,

system,

electrical

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SECTION III LAUNCH ESCAPE SYSTEM 3 - i.
3-2. adequacy ground, 3-3.

PURPOSE.

The

boilerplate design

13 launch by the

escape and

system dynamic

will demonstrate loads imposed

the while

structural on the

of the and

static boost

during

lift-off and

phases.

OPERATIONAL

DESCRIPTION.

3-4. similar

The

prototype used

launch

escape

system

for boilerplate the launch

13 is structurally escape motor and pitch

to those

throughout

the program;

control motor are inert. (See figure 2-1.) i0 seconds after S-IV ignition at an altitude jettison is initiated 12 seconds 3-I after S-I/S-IV

The escape tower will be jettisoned of about Z66, 300 feet. Tower separation diagram leading by a booster flight of

programmer. events. Table Table Tim e

Figure 3-1 3-1.

is a functional history History

block

showing to tower

sequence jettison.

is a time Time

of the of Events

events

Leading

to Tower

Jettison

Dynamic Velocity (Feet/ Event Second) Altitude (Feet) 0 Pressure (Pounds/ Foot 0 2)

(Seconds from Ignition) T+0 T+3.42 T+ T+ 72.92 145. 12

Flight Path Angle Range (KM) 0 90 Mach No.

(neg)

S-I ignition Lift -off Max Q 1595 41,292

0

76O 22.4

53

1.65

S-I inboard Eng. cutoff burnout ignition tower 8741 8707 8800

197, 5O2

T+ T+ T+

151.12 154. 12 164. 12

S-I S-IV

222,409 232,043 266,300

i0.0 6.64

24 24 21.9

5O 55 67

8.98 9.22

Escape jettison

3-5. 3-6.

TOWER The

JETTISON tower jettison

MOTOR motor

IGNITION. ignition system contains which two electrical hot wire

initiators Redundant through igniter

threaded initiators low

into pyrotechnic are employed wires motor. The

cartridges for increased the initiator body

fire the igniter Current in turn with

of the motor. passing ignites the

reliability. which long is 1 inch

resistance rocket

detonates

cartridge,

of the

a 3/4-inch

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the

threaded and

end. four

The

electrical The initiator

header ignites

contains within

two i0 milli-

independent seconds The after in the guration 3-7. when

hot wire one

circuits wire

pins.

bridge of the

is subjected charge igniter The

to a firing is produced for the tower

current within jettison

of 3.5

amperes.

pressure

level

explosive The motor. nitrate.

IZ milliseconds motor 8-point is installed confi-

application aft dome of boron TOWER

of current. of the rocket

propellant

grain

is an

potassium SEPARATION.

3-8.

The

tower to the in the

separation command center

system

consists

of four

explosive

bolts

that

secure

the tower contained of the bolts. recieved initiators accomplish detonating

module, (figure Z-2). The explosive bolt charge is of the bolt and shatters the bolt when detonated. Release by simultaneous detonation are ignited within of the four by Z8-volt explosive signals The To

tower The

is accomplished hot wire initiators

for the bolts through

d-c

from will

the mission detonate

sequencer

the tower bolts

sequencers. 5 milliseconds.

to fire the explosive the mission bolts

tower signals

jettison,

sequencer and to the

simultaneously tower jettison

initiates motor hot wire

to the explosive

initiators. The entire launch escape the spacecraft trajectory. The tower are disconnected module. automatically when

assembly is released to command module tower separates from

and pulled clear of umbilical connections the command

3-9.

LAUNCH

ESCAPE

MOTOR.

3-10.

Boilerplate the

13 uses

an

inert

launch

escape

motor

which

contains The motor

ballast will

to simulate weigh 3-11.

weight

of a live launch 4800 pounds MOTOR. with

escape ballast

rocket

motor. (See

approximately PITCH CONTROL

installed.

figure

Z-I.)

3-1Z.

Boilerplate

13 uses

an

inert

pitch

control

motor The

which motor

contains weighs

ballast approxi-

to simulate mately 3-13. 47

the weight pounds with ESCAPE

of a live pitch ballast

control (See

motor. figure MOTOR.

installed. JETTISON

Z-I. )

LAUNCH

TOWER

3-14. thrust command motor. provide

The for

tower

jettison

motor launch

is a solid-propellant escape tower and

motor related

that provides equipment

the the

separation

of the

from

module. Passive

The thrust

jettison motor vector control slightly motor,

is mounted in the form in the refer pitch_p

on top of the inert escape of offset exhaust nozzles direction. 3-2. For operational

a trajectory

that arcs

characteristics

of the jettison

to table

3-3

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3-15. MISSION SEQUENCER. (See figures 2-7

Operational Characteristics of Launch Escape Tower Jettison Motor 31,600 pounds 1.07 second 75 to 125 milliseconds

2 degrees 30 minutes
+30 minutes

0 degrees

4-30 minutes

and

3-2.)

3-16. sequence tower the

The

mission of events

sequencer that are

located necessary

in the

command

module

controls launch circuits mission.

the escape

to execute contains initiated

a successful the steps logic

jettison timing and

operation. order

The

sequencer

to direct Complete The

of the

electrically

of the for

redundance mission switches the pyro

of the entire sequencer in the bus motor. sequencer logic

sequential circuits

network send The the

is provided electrical then bolt

added

reliability.

signals allow squibs

to operate electrical and

the motor power the from tower the they

tower

sequencer.

switches explosive

to simultaneously Table 3-3

fire the gives mission

ignite

jettison mission occur,

sequencer

functions. critical system.

In addition, events as

provides an

compatibility to the

of monitoring

thus

providing

input

instrumentation

3-17.

TOWER

SEQUENCERS.

(See

figures

2-3

and

3-3.)

3-18. Each mission switches fire the

Two

tower

sequencers has one drives

are

attached

to the underside An switch the and pyro ignite the output to the bus the

of the voltage ARM

structural from the

skirt.

sequencer sequencer then tower

motor-driven each

switch.

motor-driven power from bolts

position.

The

allow

electrical

to simultaneously jettison status motor. of the The control

separation

explosive

sequencer circuits total

provides via GSE

circuits

for monitoring operations.

functional Use of two

during

checkout

sequencers

provides

redundancy

for added

reliability.

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SECTION

IV

COMMUNICATIONS

AND

INSTRUMENTATION

4- i.

PURPOSE.

4-Z. acquiring mation list.) The

The

communications and conditioning monitoring also some

and

instrumentation information (Refer

system and

provides

a means

of

preselected equipment.

of transmitting 4-1 for

this infor-

to earth The

to table of the

measurement during the mission. being used

system contains

provides

for tracking

spacecraft

Q-ball

instrumentation

equipment,

the information

for guidance. communications

The Q-ball system is not connected and instrumentation system, but

functionally is described

with the Apollo in this section.

4-3.

DESCRIPTION.

(See

figure

4-I.) NOTE

For for

detailed the R&D refer

descriptive electronic

and

checkout

information by

equipment NASA

furnished manuals.

NASA, 4-4. COMMUNICATIONS

to applicable

EQUIPMENT.

4-5. radar

Communications transponders.

R&D

equipment

consists

of the

telemetry

system

and

4-6. telemetry mitters each a 90 for

TELEMETRY subsystems; of each

SYSTEM. one

The subsystem

telemetry containing system.

system two

consists PAM

of three

FM/FM

channels, to the

the transtransmitter, A contains is used

operating subsystem a 90 by

into

the antenna

In addition

telemetry by i0 and

includes

subcarrier The

oscillators. 90 by 1-1/4

Subsystem commutator

i-i/4

commutator.

temperature

measurements.

4-7.

Transmitting

frequencies

of the

three

systems Z 37.8

are mc

as follows:

Telemetry

system

A

Telemetry

system

B

247.3

mc

Telemetry

system

C

Z57.3

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The

antenna The

system

consists

of a multiplexer, under a radome

a filter, in the nose

and of the

vhf

omni-

antenna. module.

antenna

is located

command

4-9. C-band, are

RADAR

TRANSPONDERS. at 5690 by mc and code

The

two

radar

transponders at 5765 mc. of 3. 5

operate The

in the'

receiving

transmitting spaced by

transponders

interrogated leading

a Z-pulse and with

at intervals

microseconds The repetition

between rate

edges

followed range

a 2. 0 microsecond requirements.

delay.

will be

consistent

tracking

4-10. four

The

radar

transponder

antenna

system

includes The

two

power are

dividers mounted 90

and

cavity-helical, apart around

flush-mounted the upper

antennas. section of the

antennas module.

degrees 4-ii.

service

INSTRUMENTATION

EQUIPMENT.

4-12. and

Instrumentation other devices and are

equipment

includes and

the

necessary effects

transducers, of flight upon

sensors, the

to monitor them

physical

thermal

spacecraft The 4-1 devices consists

to convert located

into electrical on the spacecraft number,

signals as

_uitable shown description,

for telemetering. 4-2. Table data channel,

in and

in figure

of identification response, indicate A,

measurement of these LK No. Corn

range, Channel

priority, columns

and

location

devices.

Subheadings the

in the

the following: B, or C,; SC

(link) designates (subcarrier Seg number)

telemetry designates designates that vehicle. and SC

(r-f carrier) telemetry

package

channels

l through

18,

and

(commutator measurement in the

segment) for LK launch

the telemetry LV No. TM (launch

commutator vehicle designates The Data

segment telemetry),

assigned which

to the

appears to be

Channel by

columns,

a measurement columns units.

telemetered and

vehicle values for

telemetry. a parameter column ments

Range

denote The

minimum

maximum PR

in engineering how be critical available

following P

letters

in the

(priority) measurethe flight but a

indicate that must

the measurement: at launch for mission

(primary) success

denotes and

to meet

objectives; will not group The data data

S (secondary) or delay the

denotes mission

measurements if inoperative, only rate a specified and unit

that and

are M

highly

desirable,

abort

(multiple) may be

designates inoperative. satisfactory monitoring sampled(S/S). location The

of measurements Response resolution or monitoring column the column to time recorder) (PCM refers

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System

Electrical

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(Sheet

1 of 2)

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SMZA-07-BPI3 5-7. OPERATION ON THE LAUNCH PAD. Ground support equipment furnishes water-glycol at Z0°F to spacecraft via umbilical disconnect. The coolant continually flows into the tank, exciting the fluid in the tank, and back out the outlet line for return to the GSE. The supply l'ine and return line to the ground support equipment is disconnected automatically by an umbilical disconnect. Pressure transducers are installed at the pump outlet and glycol tank inlet for checking system pressure. Temperature sensors are installed in the lines at the inlet side of the modulation package coldplates, at the inlet s_de of the heat exchanger, at the outlet side of the glycol tank, and at the heat exchanger solenoid. This instrumentation is provided for ground monitoring only. (See figures 5-I and 5- 2. )

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SECTION

VI

ELECTRICAL

POWER

SYSTEM

6-i.

PURPOSE.

6-2. of the

The

electrical

power and

system

supplies

power system

to all operational for It also switching provides and

units dis-

communications of events for

instrumentation during

tribution arrangement ting 6-3. and

that occur event

a mission. to the signal

switching opera-

distribution for

conditioning

unit and

monitoring SYSTEM

power

launch

escape

system

functions.

EQUIPMENT.

6-4. oxide

The

electrical

power

system

consists box,

of six multi-cell, box, and

silver,

Zinkwire

batteries,

a power units

control are

a junction on

associated of the

harnesses. module.

These Table

located

the equipment characteristics

racks

command

6-i contains

the physical

of the batteries.

Table

6-i.

Battery

Physical

Characteristics

Main

Batteries:

(Instrumentation)

Height Width Length Weight Nominal Capacity Electrolyte voltage

9.50 6.36 9.05 52 28 IZ0

inches inches inches pounds volts ampere Potassium hours hydroxide

Pyro

and

Logic

Batteries: 3.52 4.69 7.00 inches inches inches

Height Width Length Weight Nominal Capacity Electrolyte voltage

7. 6 pounds 28 volts 5 ampere Potassium hours hydroxide

6-i

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6-5.

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION.

(See figure 6-i. )

6-6. The main batteries (NASA-furnished) provide the electrical power required to energize the instrumentation devices and telemetry equipment such as sensors, and amplifiers. The main batteries supply power to bus A and B of the power control box through normally closed contacts of the internal A and B power control relays. These relays can only be energized by GSE action. The power control relays remain open when power is being supplied by GSE to preserve the battery power prior to umbilical disconnect. Power transfer is accomplished manually. When GSE is disconnected (at lift-off), the power control relays close and system power is supplied by the on-board batteries. 6-7. The pyro batteries provide electrical power to energize the tower separation system components. Redundant circuits provide the high reliability required to assure a successful mission. 6-8. The logic batteries provide electrical power to energize control circuitry of the mission sequencer. Redundant circuits provide the high reliability required to assure a successful mission. 6-9. 6-10. a.
b.

POWER CONSUMPTION. Optimum power requirements Equipment cooling system
Communications System and instrumentation

by system are as follows: 396 watts (mission)
924 watts (mission)

c.

Launch

Escape

System: 18 watts (for Z0 milliseconds)

i.

Tower

jettison

motor

squibs

2.

Tower

leg

separation

squibs

72

watts

(for 20

milliseconds)

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MAIN BATTERY A

MAIN BATTERY B

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INSTRUMENTATION (SIGNAL CONDITIONER, COMMUTATORS, SENSORS)

POWER CONTROL

BOX

COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL ( RF PACKAGE, C-BAND TRANSPONDER) CONTROL SYSTEM

TOWER

SEQUENCER

l

TOWER

SEQUENCER

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BATTERIES

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LOGIC BATTERIES

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6-1.

Electrical

Power

System

Block

Diagram

6-3/6-4

SMZA-07-BPI3

SECTION VII DOCUMENTATION 7-i.
7-Z. for 7-3.

AND SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT

PURPOSE.

This

section 13.

contains

a list of documentation

and

lists support

equipment

boilerplate

DOCUMENTATION.

7-4.

Table

7-1

is a list of documents 13.

containing

supplementary

information

for boilerplate

Table Document No.

7-I.

Boilerplate

13 Supplementary

Documents

Title

Contents

SMIA-I

Support

Manual

Index

This

manual

contains of Apollo

a comsupport

plete listing manuals. SM2A-0Z

Space craft Handbook

Familiarization

Description all systems

of spacecraft in overall

with

terms.

SMZA-05 BPI3

-

Transportation Procedures

and

Handling

Instructions packaging, transporting, Apollo plate ground

for handling, packing and shipping, storing for the boiler-

spacecraft 13 and

its associated equipment.

support

SM3A-Z01

Transportation Equipment Sheets

and

Handling Data

Maintenance transportation equipment.

procedures and

for

Maintenance

handling

SMZA-01 I-BPI3

-

Operation cedures Erection, Systems Facility)

and

Test

Pro-

Detailed assembly, checkout NAA/SID, only.

instructions installation of boilerplate Downey,

for and 13 at

for Assembly, System/Integrated C/O (Downey

California

7-i

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Table 7-I. Document No. SM3A-ZOZ

Boilerplate Title

13 Supplementary

Documents (Cont) Contents

Auxiliary Checkout and Servicing Equipment Maintenance Data Sheets

Maintenance instructions covering inspection, cleaning, lubrication, trouble analysis, and maintenance of equipment. Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repair. Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repair. Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repair. Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repair. Maintenance instructions covering inspection, cleaning, lubrication, trouble analysis, and maintenance of equipment. Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repair. Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repairs.

SM3A-Z04

Signal Conditioner Console, Model C14-135, Part No. GI6-55Z500-101

SM3A-Z05

Radar Transponder and Recovery Beacon Checkout Unit, Model CI4-11Z, Part No. GI6-85Z900 Data Distribution and Recording Console, Model C14-4Z 0, Part No. G16-850500-I01 Antenna Checkout Group, Model C14-03Z, Part No. G16-850400i01

SM3A-Z08

SM3A-ZI3

SM3A-ZZI

Ground Cooling Cart, Model Al4-011, Part No. J67000 (Model F-IZ7)

SM3A-ZZZ

Launch Escape Tower Substitute Unit, Model AI4-001, Part No. GI6-8Z0301-Z01

SM3A-ZZ6

Pyrotechnics Bench Maintenance Equipment, Model C14-051, Part No. GI6-85Z700-101

7-Z

SMZA-07-BPI 3

Table 7-1.
Document No.

Boilerplate

13 Supplementary

Documents (Cont)

Title

Contents

SM3A-ZZ7

Launch No.

Escape

Sequencer Equipment, Part No.

Bench Model G16-

Physical

and

functional trouble

descrip-

Maintenance C14-029, 853400-201

tion of test,

analysis,

repair, servicing, packaging, and diagrams as related to boilerplate 13 configuration.

SM3A-228

Launch Model 821300

Vehicle A14-0Z1,

Subsitute Part No.

Unit, G16-

Physical tion and consisting repair.

and of

functional functional

descripprocedures tests and

maintenance

SM3A-229

Optical A14-028,

Alignment Part No.

Set,

Model

Physical tion and consisting repair.

and

functional

descripprocedures tests and

G17-824010

maintenance of functional

SM3A-235

Launch C14-414,

Control Part

Group, No. G16-

Model

Physical tion and consisting repair.

and

functional

descripprocedures tests and

maintenance of functional

853950-101

SM3A-244

Pyrotechnics stitute Set, Part No.

Initiators Model

Sub-

Physical tion and consisting repair.

and

functional

descripprocedures tests and

A14-003,

maintenance of functional

G16-820500-201

SM3A-263

Water-Glycol ModeiS14-052, 848020

Cooling Part

Unit, No. G16-

Maintenance covering

instructions inspection, trouble cleaning, analysis,

lubrication, and

maintenance

of equipment.

SM3A-272

MSFC bution Part

Patch and Logic Sub Unit, Model No. G16-853060

DistriA14-075,

Physical tion and consisting repair.

and

functional

descripprocedures tests and

maintenance of functional

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Table 7-I. Document No. SM3A-273

Boilerplate Title

13 Supplementary

Documents (Cont) Contents

Umbilical Junction Box, Model C14-19Z, Part No. GI6-852850

Physical and functional description and maintenance procedures consisting of functional tests and repair. Maintenance procedures, consisting of testing, trouble analysis, repair, removal and installation, and calibration and adjustment as related to boilerplate 13 configuration.

SM4A-200 BPI3

Maintenance Procedures

BPI3

7-5.
7-6. GSE

SUPPORTING

EQUIPMENT.

The listed

supporting in table 7-Z.

equipment All listed

for boilerplate GSE has been

13 is ground approved by

support NASA

equipment and has been

shop-released.

Table

7-Z.

Ground

Support

Equipment

Model No. AI4-001 Nomenclature Part No. Description Provides interface presented command electrical normally by LES module. to

Launch stitute

escape unit

tower

sub-

GI6-8Z0301-Z01

A14-003

Protechnic substitute

s initiators set

GI6-820500-Z01

Substitutes protechnic during out.

for

the

initiators check-

systems

A14-009

Spacecraft

adapter

cover

G18-828001

A

lightweight,

syn-

thetic, fabric protect sand,

impregnated, raincoat to adapter dust, from and

rain,

salt spray.

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Table 7-2. Model No. AI4-010

Ground Support Equipment (Cont)

Nomenclature Command module cover

Part No. GI6-828001

De scription The cover is a lightweight, synthetic, impregnated, fabric raincoat, fitted to conform to the shape of command module. Used for protection against sand, dust, rain, and salt spray. The cart will filter, cool, dehumidify, or heat ambient air to a suitable level for introduction into interior of command module. The cover is a lightweight, synthetic, impregnated, fabric raincoat, fitted to conform to the shape of the service module. It is used to protect service module from sand, rain, and salt spray during handling, transportation and storage. Substitute for signals generated by the Saturn launch vehicle to the boilerplate. It also provides power to the Q-ball and monitors signals that may be returned from the Q-ball electronics

AI4-011

Ground cooling cart

ME-36Z-00020001

A14-020

Service module cover

G17-828003

A14-021

Launch vehicle substitute unit C-I

G16-821300

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Table 7-2. Model No. A14-022

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. G15-828004-I01 Description The cover is constructed from a lightweight, impregnated, fabric material and is fitted to conform to the shape of LES wherever possible. The cover consists of three sections which, when zipped together, form a weatherproof shield. Interconnects GSE fluid and electrical lines with spacecraft umbilical panel. The disconnect set provides a method of automatically disengaging the fluid and electrical lines. Consists of covers, caps, and plugs for all electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical disconnects; duct, pipe, and interface openings; and areas to be protected from shipping and handling damage. Consists of covers, caps, and plugs for all electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical disconnects duct, pipe, and interface openings; and areas to be protected

Nomenclature Launch escape system cover

A14-024

Disconnect set, umbilical fluid and electrical

G16-828010-I01

AI4-026

Cap and plug set

GI4-8Z8012-301

A14-027

Adapter cap and plug set

G14-828002

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Table 7-2. Model No. A14-027
(cont) A14-028

Ground Support Equipment (Cont)

Nomenclature

Part

No.

De s c ription

from

shipping

and

handling Optical alignment set G17-824010 The

damage. on

set is mounted stand and for

a mobile has

provisions

raising and lowering. The set is used to establish vertical weight precise planes and for

balance

operations. A14-037 Adapter and duct set G16-824Z00-i01 Handles AI4-011 cooling ducts open air from ground cart and conthe module

it through command

hatchway. A14-046 Crane-control auxiliary GI4-8Z0001

The eye crane

unit which

has

an and

upper to a

connects

hook

lower eye which connects to load. unit provides movement raising and operations. A14-047 Box level G14-820045 The level

This

precise

during lowering

establishes and

the true horizontal used

vertical planes

in conjunction to center

with weight and balance fixtures determine of gravity escape the

of launch and

system

spacecraft

modules.

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Table 7-Z. Model No. A14-076

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. G16-853056 Description Junction box for electrical cables. The set consists of three special hexagon wrenches, a thread protector for the explosive bolt, and a container lined with foam rubber. The wrenches allow insertion into small openings in the LES tower leg.

Nomenclature Spacecraft GSE crossover distributor Wrench set, LES tower explosive bolt

A14-130

G15-824080

7-8

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Table 7-Z. Model No. C14-029

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. G16-853400-201

Nomenclature Launch escape sequencer bench maintenance equipment

De scription The equipment will either assure proper operation of launch escape sequencer or help isolate any fault. The equipment is capable of checking either system in the sequencer, independently, or both systems simultaneous ly. The unit is mounted on a cart and may be hand-pushed or transported by forklift. It is capable of verification of proper operation of the spacecraft antenna and associated transmission lines, power dividers, connectors, multiplexers and diplexers. A mobile unit mounted on rollers. It is used for operational checkout and adjustment of each C-band transponder in bench maintenance and in the spacecraft. The console consists of a signal conditioner drawer, relay drawer, and panel terminal board. The signal conditioner will amplify very small

C14-032

Antenna checkout group

G16-850400-i01

C14-I12

C-band radar transponder checkout unit

G16-852900

C14-135

Signal conditioner

console

GI6-852500-101

7-9

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Table 7-Z. Model No. C14-135 (cont) C14-135 Signal conditioner

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. Description signals from the pressure and temperature transducers. console GI6-852500-201 A mobile console mounted on rollers, consisting of a signalconditioning drawer, relay drawer and panel terminal board. The unit interfaces with the data distribution and recording console C14-420. The signal conditioner is used to isolate GSE test circuits and provide signal amplification of pressure and temperature transducers. The cable set consists of approximately 38 cables, of lengths which vary from 31 to 93 feet approximately. The cable set is used to transfer electrical power, monitor signals, and control signals between spacecraft and associated GSE during checkout and test program.

Noraenclatur e

C14-177

Electrical

cable set AMR

GI6-85Z800

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Table Model No.

7-2.

Ground

Support

Equipment

(Cont)

Nomenclature

Part set

No.

Description The cable set consists 38

C14-180

Electrical

cable

G16-853450

of approximately cables of lengths

which vary from 31 93 feet. The cable set is used electrical monitor control

to

to transfer power,

signals, signals

and

between spacecraft and associated GSE during checkout and

test program. C14-186 Electrical cable set G16-850065 The set consists of 50

cables,

the lengths

varying from 6 to 70 feet. The cables are used to transfer

electrical power, monitor and control signals to and and from ground

spacecraft support C14-191 Electrical di str ibuto r terminal G16-851300 Cabinet floor

equipment. mounted to

in test area,

providing connection points between the spacecraft GSE units. and various

Cabinet termia

contains

fuses, and

nal blocks, power panel

distribution with circuit

breakers. C14-192 G16-852850

Umbilical

junction

box

The

junction

box 60 48 12 box of steel

is

approximately inches wide, high, and

inches is stain-

inches

deep. The constructed less sheet

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Table

7_2.

Ground

Su

)port Equipment

(Cont)

Model No. Nomenclature Part No. Description and contains 40 approxi-

C14-192 (Cont)

mately blocks handling

terminal of wires. box is electri-

capable 740

The junction used to make

cal interconnections between and the spacecraft support

ground

equipment.

C14-414

Launch

control

group

G16-953950-101

Group

consists

of on

five system panels drawer assemblies mounted equipment panels are:

in a five-bay rack. test panel, power instrucomThe

conductor electrical

system panel, mentation and munication panel, control and

systems

environmental system panel,

launch

escape

system G16-850500-I01

panel.

C14-420

Data and

distribution recording console

The

console

provides

a means data

of integrating from the

signals

spacecraft, Space Flight PaneI(MSFC), NAA ground

Marshall Control and the support panels. also monitoring

equipment The system

provides and/or capability signals through

recording for all

routed console.

7-1Z

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Table 7-2. Model No.
H14-011

Ground Support Equipment (Cont)

Nomenclature

Part

No.

Description The two four The stand rails consists mounted of on

Launch stand

escape

alignment

G15-810042

adjustable legs. rails are 48 apart to the and will ends of

inches attach

rail system H14-016 Launch weight escape and system fixture GI5-810029 Fixture two

of Hi4-052. of

consists

balance

welded

squares and short

tubing bolted

structure together by

supported jacks. surface has pads cells and able and

The upper of the frame mounting load

six level for and

mounting

a laterally adjust-

vertically cradle position

to support LES

components. H14-017 Spacecraft weight balance fixture and G14-810007 The fixture is con-

structed tubing support service Adjustable provided

of aluminum which forms the a

ring for module. pads on ring on

are to aft

match fittings end of command module. H14-018 G15-810026

Escape

tower

support

Welded structure

tubular equipped to and

with four clamps secure the tower four roller

assemblies

to rails alignment H14-052 trailer.

of HI4-011 stand and

positioning

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Table 7-2. Model No. HI4-0ZI

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. G14-810050 De scription Can be used to transport light-weight miscellaneous components, such as load cell kits and removable pieces from equipment, tools, etc. The rail adapter is a low-carbon steel, tubular, welded assembly which supports model HI4-0Z9, skirt sling. The adapter provides all necessary adjustments for mounting skirt on launch escape motor. The sling is a lowcarbon steel tube, welded circular ring with four drilled lugs. The ring is attached to the structural skirt by bolting to the matching holes on the skirt. The hoist beam is structural steel formed into a X-shape with attach points at the end of each leg. Four cables attach to the hoist beam and join at a common lifting eye at the other end. The hoist beam is used to hoist, handle, rotate, positior for weight and balance, and provide tie-down

Nomenclature Ground support equipment handling cart

H14-027

Adapter, rail transfer, skirt

G15-810051

HI4-029

Sling, flow skirt

G15-810058

H 14-042

Hoist beam, service module and spacecraft adapter

G17-818108

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Table 7-2. Model No. Nomenclature

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No.

Description during transportation of the service module or spacecraft adapter.

H14-043

Sling, jettison motor

G15-81000Z-101

H14-052

Positioning trailer, narrow base.

G16-810150

The sling consists of a wire-rope calbe with an attachment fitting at either end. A lifting eye in center of cable is provided for a crane hook. Removal of four screws from the jettison motor assembly provides hole patterns for attachment of this sling. The trailer has two rails that are 48 inches apart. A combination of hydraulic and mechanical actuators provide pitch, roll, yaw, and vertical lift to the two rails. The support consists of two rings which attach near either end of jettison motor. The motor can be rotated or moved longitudinally when rings engage rollers on the H14-011 workstand. The motor support is used during assembly of the pitch or launch motors to the jettison motor. 7-15

H14-054

Jettison motor support

G 15-810027

SMZA-07-BPI3 Table 7-2.
Model No. Nomenclature Part No. Descrlptlon

Ground Support Equipment (Cont)

H14-055

Launch support

escape

motor

G15-810028

The

support rings The rotated

consists which escape or motor

of two attach motor. can moved when HI4-011 be

to launch

longitudinally installed on workstand.

H14-057

Forward shield

compartment sling

G16-810040-i01

The four

sling consists of cable assemblies at one and end

terminating in a lift eye ing to four

attach-

identical

swaged at the swaged pinned which

clevis fittings other end. The fittings are

to other fittings attach to the

forward compartment heat shield.

H14-084

Adapter,

rollover

G15-810060-I01

The adapter self-contained mounted on

is a rigid, base rollers. is designto base of system

The adapter ed to attach launch tower motion escape legs

and to the

provides

the pivoting required

position LES from horizontal to the vertical The plane. is an

H14-091

Stand, module

access, hatch

command

G16-810075

stand

erector-type supporting platform extending level. A removable, supports are

scaffold, a railed

with

stairs

to ground pair of tubular provided

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SMZA-07-BPI 3 Table 7-2. Model No. H14-091
(Cont)

Ground Sup _ort Equipment (Cont)

Nomenclature

Part

No.

De scription

for

mounting

the

A14-036 blower.

circulating

H14-092

Sling,

pitch

control,

G14-810036

The

sling

consists

of a

motor inter stage structure

lifting ring,

interface

connecting brackets, and a cantilevered arm for hoisting structure.

inter stage H14-093 Boatswain' s chair G16-810087-i01

The

chair

is designed a man in a and of

to support sitting provides

position, freedom

movement to gain access to areas beyond stands. be reach The of access chair can by

lifted vertically

utilizing facility crane or similar means. H14-094 G14-810037 and

Sling, pitch nose

jettison control cone

motor, motor

The

sling

consists

of

a beam

approximately

41 inches long with a hook at either end and a lifting ring center. bands are fit around combination hoisting. Two in the sling to

provided motor for

H14-096

Hook, launch

ballast escape

pickup, system

G14-810039

The

hoisting

device with an

is L-shaped

indexing pin for ballast on one end and a lifting eye end. on the other

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Table

7-2.

Ground

Support

Equipment

(Cont)

Model No. H14-097

Nomenclature

Part

No.

Description

Stand, escape

access system

launch build-up

G15-810150

The stand constructed work

is a pipeframewith a

covered

4 x 7 foot The stand on four may be

platform. is mounted and

casters manually through

operated 3-

a

to 7-foot by

height

range

a hydraulic

cylinder.

H14-099

Wrench, pitch motor LES

control

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7-18

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Table 7-2. Model No. HI4-126

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. GI7_810Z00 De scription The beam is approximately 155 inches long with a lifting eye in the center and attaching fittings at the ends. The beam will attach to either end of adapter and to the lower end of service module for weight and balance operation. The fitting set consists of conical- shaped buttons with a shank for installation into aft interface of spacecraft adapter and/or extension. The set is used during weight and balance operations The vehicle is a large, tandem-axle semitrailer used to transport the boilerplate spacecraft minus the launch escape system. The bolt guide is tapered, and screws over the retention bolts for thread protection and acts as a guide during installation.

Nomenclature Beam, weight and balance, service module and adapter

HI4-127

Cable and fitting set, weight and balance, service module adapter

GI7-810220

H14-131

Spacecraft vertical transport vehicle

ME-183-00240001

H14-139

Forward compartment heat shield retention bolt guide

G16-810245

7-19

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Table

7-2.

Ground

Support

Equipment

(Cont)

Model No. Nomenclature Part No. Description The test chamber cylindricalassembly. a safe gas It means geneis a

H14-140

Cartridge,

test

chamber

G 16-810250

metal, shaped provides

of checking

rator cartridges and initiators of the earth landing escape forward system, launch

system, and heat shield system.

separation G14-89000Z

H 14-154

DC

Digital

Indicator

H14-9001

Sling assembly command module vehicle

G16-810004 test

The sling set consists of three cable assemblies in a common at one end into three assemblies other bracket in turn brackets end. terminating lift eye and bolting bracket at the These

assemblies attach on to the sides

of the boilerplate command module.

H14-9006

Sling set, weight and balance

Gl6-810010-101

The sling set consists of two cable assemblies terminating at one end in a and of the

lift eye attaching

to a pair

trunnion fittings on other end. These fittings are bolted the sides of the command hoist, for cise module and/or

to to it

rotate pregravity

establishing center of

in all three

planes.

7 -20

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Table 7-Z. Model No. H14-9015 Nomenclature Jack set, weight and balance

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. G16-81001Z-101 Description The jack set consists of three jacks, pads and a fitting. The set is used to support and level the command module, service module or adapter for determining weight and center of gravity measurements. The slings consists of three cable assemblies terminating at one end in a lift eye and swaged fittings at the other end attached to a tee-shaped structure with a collapsible arm. Adjustable turnbuckle s extend from this structure and bolt to attach fittings which in turn fasten to the spacecraft. The sling attaches to the command module at the LES attach points. Consists of a welded, rectangular steel frame, four lateral support brackets , and necessary tie-down brackets. Unit has lockable casters bolted to each corner of frame and a

H14-9073

Spacecraft boilerplate sling

G14-810001

H14-9076

General purpose dolly

G16-810033-101

7-21

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Table

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Model No. Nomenclature Part No. Description removable assembly tow with brackets back of bar

swivel-type in front and frame.

H14-9077

Sling, access service module

door,

G17-810001

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fittings end. A

spreader to

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prevent

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loading that The for and

service insert,

S14-015

Battery

charging

unit

a d-c d-c

voltmeter, ammeter, circuit a-c The used

and breaker

a for

line protection. charging to charge unit is the batteries.

spacecraft G14-848018

S14-034

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distribution

system

The

system valves,

consists flex hoses, and

of tubing, relief

necessary etc., route tubing and

supports

required to and secure the between GSE Used at

spacecraft. checkout

during Downey,

California.

7 -22

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Table 7-Z. Model No. S14-036 Nomenclature Fluid distribution

Ground Support Equipment (Cont) Part No. system G14-848018

Description The system consists of tubing, flex hoses, relief valves and necessary supports etc. , required to connect GSE for servicing and checkout of spacecraft fluid system. The unit is contained in a steel enclosure and mounted on skids. It is used to fill and circulate water-glycol solution through the environmental control system at controlled temperature s.

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cooling

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