Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations require the licensing of spaceports and launch vehicles, which includes the assessment of environmental impacts.
The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program’s ACRP Web-Only Document 51: Commercial Space Vehicle Emissions Modeling presents a user-friendly tool for practitioners to estimate the emissions associated with commercial space vehicle activity.
Table of Contents
|2 Literature Review||18-35|
|3 Emissions Modeling Methodology||36-39|
|4 Database of Emissions Indices||40-55|
|5 Model Validation||56-69|
|6 AEDT Integration Plan||70-86|
|7 Emissions Modeling Tool||87-90|
|8 Conclusions and Suggested Research||91-97|
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