2024 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop

ARS looks forward to attending the 2024 Spacecraft and Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environments Workshop (SCLV) on June 4 – 5 in El Segundo, California.

The SCLV is an annual gathering for experts and enthusiasts alike to converge, exchange insights and extend the boundaries of space exploration.  Conference sponsor The Aerospace Corporation operates the only federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) committed exclusively to the space industry. It is hosting the workshop in cooperation with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Over the course of three days, attendees will delve into a diverse range of topics, from the availability of booster dynamic environments data to the latest breakthroughs in research studies pertinent to space system design and testing. The annual workshop serves the critical role as a conduit for enhancing collaboration between launch vehicle and spacecraft organizations. By improving communications and streamlining integration processes, real efficiency gains boost the prospect of shaping the future of space exploration.

The SCLV workshop, an informal yet deeply informative gathering, serves as a nexus for minds vested in the dynamics of modern space system environmental and direct field acoustic testing. From grappling with loads and acoustics to mitigating vibrations and shocks, ARS plans to engage in discussions at SCLV to advance the shared goal of enhancing spacecraft and launch vehicle design, analysis and testing. For ARS, the workshop represents an opportunity to further share and strengthen ARS’ Environmental Testing capability with special focus on ARS’ Direct Field Acoustic Testing and proprietary NeutronTM system.

The SCLV workshop attendees include mechanical and aerospace engineers, systems engineers, program office managers, esteemed professors, and the next generation of talent represented by students – all united by a shared passion for pushing the boundaries of space exploration.

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