The purpose of this paper is to improve the efficiency of on-orbit operations through the top-level task design based on DoDAF. Based on the existing upper stage rocket technology, orbit transfer vehicles (OTVs) have developed rapidly in recent years. However, the lack of decision guidance based on overall task analysis requires integrating top-level analysis and bottom-level execution to achieve the smooth development of full-process tasks.
Using the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) as a reference, this paper performs the top-level mission analysis modeling of the on-orbit rendezvous and capture of the OTV. Moreover, the typical operational view products are obtained, and the cooperative relations among the mission requirements, the system requirements, and the functional requirements are also analyzed.
The results show that the attitude of the OTV changes violently during the maneuver and rendezvous phases. In addition, the view products can be optimized based on the results.
The proposed DoDAF-based on-orbit task integration analysis method achieves the effective fusion of high-level analysis and bottom-level execution of OTV on-orbit rendezvous and capture task through the top-level task modeling, operation view generation and task relationship analysis. According to the requirements and constraints of the on-orbit rendezvous and capture task, the control instructions of the vehicle are efficiently generated under the DoDAF framework.
This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 61973101) and National Defense Basic Scientific Research Project (No. JCKY2017203C108).
Zheng, H., Liu, X., Wu, J., Man, Y., Xu, X. and Guo, J. (2021), "The on-orbit mission analysis of OTV based on DoDAF", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 93 No. 6, pp. 937-945. https://doi.org/10.1108/AEAT-03-2020-0062
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