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42 DIGITAL EVENTS EVALUATOR, MODEL DEE-3A (MICHOUD) SECTION I I I. AUTOMATED TESTS A. Introduction There are many categories of tests involved with the complete testing and checkout of a Saturn vehicle. Receiving inspection, fabrication analysis , component and minor assembly analysis , major subassembly analysis , stage analysis, and assembled stage checkout are the more generally accepted categories. Some component checkout (valves, distributors, accelerometers, etc. ) and stage analysis (vehicle alignment, weight and center of gravity, etc.
Instrumentation Compatibility 8. Thrust Vector Control a. Engine Gimbaling b. Others rI 9. Steering Over-All T e s t 10. R F compatibility Test I 11. Electromagnetic Compatibility T e s t (EMC) 12. R. F. Systems 13. Simulated Flight a. Simulated Plug Drop b. 44 Plug Drop I I 2. 3) 3. 3. P r e s s u r e and Functional T e s t s a. A. C. Heaters b. P r e s s u r e Switches T e s t c. Others 1. Power Distribution a. P o w e r U p b. PowerDown c. Power Up DDAS Instrumentation and Telemetry Calibration Instrumentation and Telemetry Calibration Instrumentation and Telemetry Calibration 8.
28 (d) GO. gram to resume operation. By typing GO the operator causes the test pro- (e) TEST. TEST indicated another test program is to be loaded into the slave and operation is continued as described under PROGRAM below. (3) PROGRAM. The test station operator requests the test program by typing the program number (PP). The Monitor replys by typing out "START PROGRAM PP, I f the time, and date. The Monitor then searches the program magnetic tape f o r the requesting program. If the program is not on the tape the Monitor will type "NO PP" to the station operator.
Automation in Saturn I first stage checkout by B J Funderburk; George C. Marshall Space Flight Center