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Pioneers gallery 2022 – Moon Camp Challenge
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Moon Camp Pioneers Gallery 2021-2022

In Moon Camp Pioneers each team’s mission is to 3D design a complete Moon Camp using Fusion 360. They also have to explain how they will use local resources, protect astronauts from the dangerous of space and describe the living and working facilities.

Team: Pioneer

郑州轻工业大学  河南省郑州市    China 19   4 / 3
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Project description

Translation:
T sia is the abbreviation of the stars. The shape of the base of the Tsia moon is a six-pointed star. We want it to be like a star that keeps shining even in the silence of the universe. It is a large base that can support the daily lives, work, play and study of thousands of people, and better use of resources, allowing astronauts to reach all corners of the camp without having to go outside.
The base is constructed in three phases.
In the first phase, the robot will first land on the moon, use 3D printing technology to build a camp using lunar soil and rocks at pre-surveyed destinations, and complete the camp’s monitoring system. After most of the camp is built, robots will overhaul it to make sure the base meets basic living standards.
In the second phase, the astronauts and supplies arrive at the camp and the monitoring system is turned on. The signal station made contact with the earth, the distribution of supplies was completed, and the details of the camp began to be refined. Collect urine and use plasticizers
Synthesize from urine and concrete using 3D printing technology to solidify infrastructure and start using lunar resources such as minerals and solid water.
In the third stage, the modules in each area are improved and routinely maintained.

Original Text:
T sia是星星在的缩写。Tsia月亮底座的形状是一颗六角星。我们希望它像一颗星星,即使在宇宙的寂静中也能不断闪耀。它是一个大型基地,可以支持成千上万人的日常生活,工作,娱乐和学习,并且可以更好地利用资源,使宇航员无需走到外面就可以到达营地的各个角落。
该基地分三期建设。
在第一阶段,机器人将首先登月,使用3D打印技术在预先勘测的目的地使用月球土壤和岩石建造营地,并完成营地的监控系统。营地大部分建成后,机器人会对其进行彻底检查,以确保基地符合基本的居住标准。
在第二阶段,宇航员和补给品到达营地,监控系统打开。信号站与地球接触,物资分配完成,并开始完善营地的细节。收集尿液并使用增塑剂
使用3D打印技术从尿液和混凝土合成以固化基本设施,并开始使用矿物和固体水等月球资源。
在第三阶段,对每个区域的模块进行改进并进行日常维护。

2.1 Where do you want to build your Moon Camp?

Translation:
Our base was built near the crater in the Shackleton area (0.0° east longitude, 89.9° south latitude), where the light and shadow areas meet. Here, there is a high probability that solid water richness is distributed in the crater.
In addition, there is a nearby Malapert Mountain at an altitude of 5,000 meters. No matter how the moon rotates, its crest is always visible to Earth, allowing for the construction of a large Earth-to-Earth communications center. On the backside of the mountain, it is protected by Earth year-round, allowing deep space astronomical observations.
In addition, parts of the crater rim are exposed to sunlight almost year-round, have a lot of solar energy, the polar regions have smaller temperature differences than other regions, and a large number of lunar seas are located on the far side of the moon, protected from radio noise from Earth.

Original Text:
我们的基地建在沙克尔顿地区(东经0.0°,南纬89.9°)的陨石坑附近,位于光影区的交界处。在这里,固体水丰富性分布在陨石坑中的概率很高。
此外,附近还有一座海拔5000米的马拉珀特山。无论月球如何旋转,它的顶峰总是对地球可见,从而可以建造一个大型的地对地通信中心。在山的背面,它全年都受到地球的保护,允许进行深空天文观测。
此外,陨石坑边缘的部分地区几乎全年都暴露在阳光下,有大量的太阳能,极地地区的温差比其他地区小,大量的月球海位于月球的背面,免受来自地球的无线电噪声的影响。

2.2 How do you plan to build your Moon Camp? Describe the techniques, materials and your design choices.

Translation:
The robot first landed there and used resources such as lunar soil and lunar rocks to build most of its body through 3D printing technology. In addition to basic materials such as concrete, we will wrap the outermost walls of the camp with a solar photovoltaic mesh for thermal insulation. Using urine and concrete from the moon to create tougher 3D printing materials. Adding urea to a mixture of lunar geopolymers (concrete-like building materials) is more effective than other common plasticizers such as naphthalene or polycarboxylates, and can reduce the need for water. The mixture from the 3D printer proved stronger and maintained good compatibility, and could easily mold fresh samples and retain their shape up to 10 times their own weight. These tougher materials are combined with 3D printing technology to further strengthen the already built camp.

Original Text:
机器人首先降落在那里,并使用月球土壤和月球岩石等资源,通过3D打印技术构建身体的大部分。除了混凝土等基本材料外,我们还将使用太阳能光伏网包裹营地的最外层墙壁,以实现隔热保暖。使用尿液和来自月球的混凝土来创建更坚韧的3D打印材料。将尿素添加到月球地聚合物(类似于混凝土的建筑材料)的混合物中比其他常见的增塑剂(如萘或聚羧酸盐)更有效,并且可以减少对水的需求 。来自3D打印机的混合物被证明更强并保持良好的兼容性,并且可以很容易地模制新鲜样品并保持其形状高达其自身重量的10倍。这些更坚韧的材料与3D打印技术相结合,以进一步加强已经建成的营地。

2.3 The environment on the Moon is very dangerous for the astronauts. Explain how your Moon Camp will protect them. (maximum 150 words)

Translation:

  1. The rest area is built underground, so temperature changes are not easily affected by the outside world. Inside, plenty of supplies and oxygen are stored, and escape routes are set up so that in the event of a disaster, you can escape in the escape pod.
  2. Superplasticizers can be produced from urine and lunar geopolymers. 3D printing technology is used to wrap a layer of plasticizer around the camp’s outer layer, reducing radiation and enhancing the building’s robustness.
  3. Foundation isolators, primarily seismic dampers, are deployed on foundations to absorb shock and stress from conventional lunar earthquakes, thereby increasing safety.
  4. The camp has a gym and medical room to ensure the health of the personnel.
  5. Lunar dust is highly dangerous, can damage equipment, and provides separate rooms to handle space missions.

 

Original Text:

  1. 休息区建在地下,因此温度变化不易受到外界的影响。在里面,储存了大量的补给品和氧气,并建立了逃生路线,以便在发生灾难时,您可以在逃生舱中逃脱。
  2. 超级增塑剂可以从尿液和月球地聚合物中生产出来。3D打印技术用于在营地的外层周围包裹一层增塑剂,从而减少辐射并增强建筑物的坚固性。
  3. 地基隔离器,主要是地震阻尼器,部署在地基上,以吸收常规月球地震引起的冲击和应力,从而提高安全性。
  4. 营地设有健身房和医疗室,以确保人员的身体健康。
  5. 月球尘埃是高度危险的,可能会损坏设备,并提供单独的房间来处理太空任务。
2.4 Explain how your Moon Camp will provide the astronauts with:
Water
Food
Power
Air

1.Solid water. Using the use of the sun room principle to melt solid water, the sun room is an important way to directly use the sun’s radiant energy, the house is seen as a collector, through the architectural design of efficient insulation materials, light-transmitting materials, energy storage materials, etc. organically integrated together, so that the house absorbs and preserves as much solar energy as possible, to achieve the purpose of the house heating dissolved solid water for human use, sewage with the urine delivery system to the urine purification The waste water is sent to the urine purification room for reuse.
2.Urine purification. The water exhaled by the astronauts is collected by a condensation dryer and converted into drinkable rehydration water by a purification unit.
3.Basalt (which contains large quantities of good quality ilmenite) reacts with the hydrogen present in abundance on the Moon to produce water for daily use.

1.Three growing greenhouses. Kale, potatoes and legumes can be grown hydroponically for human consumption. Since meat is not available, the body gets its protein needs mainly from legumes.
2.Delivery of food from Earth. The use of electromagnetic catapult orbits to launch rockets to Earth for the delivery of food, medical and other supplies and the replacement of people.

1.Nuclear power plants. Physico-chemical analysis of the lunar soil has revealed that it is rich in helium 3 and that helium fusion using deuterium and helium 3 could be used as an energy source for nuclear power plants. This type of fusion is safe, non-neutron producing and easy to control. The helium 3 content of the lunar soil is estimated at 715,000 tonnes.
2.Solar energy. The lunar surface is almost devoid of atmosphere, and solar radiation can live there for a long time. Calculations show that the amount of solar radiation reaching the Moon is about 121,000 watts per year, which is 25,000 times the total amount of energy currently produced on Earth in a year.

1. Electrolysis of water (the oxygen supply room is close to the water melting room). Oxygen and hydrogen are produced by electrolysis of water and the oxygen is available for human use.
2. Electrolysis of minerals. Many quartz and minerals are present on the surface of the sphere, with silicon dioxide, aluminium oxide, iron oxide and magnesium oxide being the main components of the minerals. The electrolysis of the minerals in the nitrate layer of the Moon creates a large amount of oxygen. Scientists have estimated that each kilometre of nitrate layer contains approximately 1.4 tonnes of electrolysable minerals, creating 630 metric tonnes of oxygen.
3. The carbon dioxide emitted by the human body reacts with hydrogen in the Sabatier reactor to produce methane and oxygen.

2.5 Explain what would be the main purpose of your Moon Camp.

Translation:
Research:
1. Astronomical research. The moon has no atmosphere and does not rotate. The far side of the moon can protect itself from the geomagnetic field, which is conducive to the construction of high-resolution optical telescopes, radio telescopes and solar wind observation platforms for astronomical research.
2. Research on rare earth resources and some unknown elements. The moon has many elements and rare earth resources that are not found on the earth, and has great research value.
3. Research on plant growth in space environment.
4. Humans settled on the moon for exploration work, which is the pioneer of human exploration of space.

Business:
1. Short videos of science or lunar life can be filmed and uploaded to multimedia platforms on Earth, which not only allow people to understand lunar life, but also make money.
2. Scientific research patents can be sold.
3. Astronomical charts for sale.

Original Text:
科研:
1.天文研究。月球没有大气层,也不会旋转。月球背面可以保护自己免受地磁场的影响,有利于建造高分辨率光学望远镜、射电望远镜和太阳风观测平台进行天文研究。
2.稀土资源和一些未知元素的研究。月球有许多地球上没有的元素和稀土资源,具有很大的研究价值。
3.空间环境中植物生长的研究。
4.人类在月球上定居进行探索工作,是人类探索太空的先驱。

商业:
1.科学或月球生活的短视频可以拍摄并上传到地球上的多媒体平台,不仅可以让人们了解月球生活,还可以获利。
2.科研专利可出售。
3.天文图出售。

3.1 Describe a day on the Moon for your Moon Camp astronaut crew.

Translation:
After waking up in the rest area on the first floor every morning, I went to the control center on the first floor to check that the camp’s instructions were working. After that, I go to the gym to work out, then I go to the dining area to eat meals prepared by the robot, after which I start my morning work, my job is to take care of astrology research, but I also have partners doing mineral research and plant research on the lunar environment. At noon, after a robotic lunch and a short break in the lab, it was back to work in the afternoon. Night is my favorite time of day because my workday is over. I can go to the cafe or games room with my colleagues to relax or do some recreational sports like rock climbing, running, basketball or volleyball. Playing basketball on the moon has become one of the greatest joys of my life on the moon because gravity is so low, shooting is easy and the experience is great. Of course, taking two days off a week is also my favorite time to go to the barber shop to change my hair and mood, or go to the astronomy room to see the latest astronomical images, or talk to my family on the phone. But at the beginning and end of each month, when we don the space suits and drive the rover to collect new samples, sort them and distribute them to the appropriate labs, I don’t have time to do it. One week at the end of each month, when our experimental data is summed up, we spend almost all our free time in the library and study room every day. On top of that, we take turns filming our lives on the moon every week, updating our short video accounts on Earth, and in our free time we live stream science or just chat with people to ease our boredom and increase our connection to Fellow Earth fellows interact and exchange information. Every month, we conduct medical examinations in the medical room to ensure good health.

Original Text:
每天早上在一楼的休息区醒来后,我去一楼的控制中心检查营地的指示是否正常。之后,我去健身房锻炼,然后我去用餐区吃机器人准备的饭菜,之后我开始早上的工作,我的工作是照顾占星研究,但我也有合作伙伴对月球环境进行矿物研究和植物研究。中午,在机器人午餐和实验室短暂休息后,下午又回到了工作岗位。晚上是我一天中最喜欢的时间,因为我的工作日结束了。我可以和同事一起去咖啡馆或游戏室放松或做一些休闲运动,如攀岩,跑步,篮球或排球。在月球上打篮球已经成为我在月球上一生中最大的乐趣之一,因为重力如此之低,投篮很容易,体验也很棒。当然,每周休息两天也是我最喜欢的时间去理发店换头发和心情,或者去天文室看最新的天文图像,或者和家人通电话。但是,在每个月的开始和月底,当我们穿上宇航服,驾驶火星车收集新的样本,对它们进行分类并将它们分发到适当的研究室时,我没有时间去做。每个月末的一周,当我们的实验数据被大总结时,我们几乎每天把所有的空闲时间都花在图书馆和自习室里。最重要的是,我们每周轮流拍摄我们在月球上的生活,更新我们在地球上的短视频帐户,在我们的空闲时间,我们直播科学或只是与人聊天,以减轻我们的无聊,增加与地球同胞的互动并交换信息。每个月,我们都会在医疗室进行体检,以确保身体健康。

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