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SPS Program Review Return to Satellite Power System Concept Development and Evaluation Program

Final Proceedings of the Solar Power Satellite Program Review

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GENERAL SESSIONS:

  • Page 1: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE SOLAR POWER SATELLITE CONCEPT by P. E. Glaser
  • Page 8: SPS AND THE OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT, by R. A. Williamson
  • Page 9: OPENING REMARKS, by N. D. Pewitt
  • Page 10: OPENING REMARKS, by D. Beattie (represented by F. C. Schwenk)
  • Page 11: INVOLVEMENT IN SPS:NSF, by B. Stein
  • Page 12: INVOLVEMENT IN SPS:NAS, by J. Richardson
  • Page 15: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION PROGRAM: THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS, by F. A. Koomanoff

OVERVIEW SESSIONS:

  • Page 21: OVERVIEW OF SYSTEMS DEFINITION ACTIVITIES FOR SATELLITE POWER
    SYSTEMS, by F. C. Schwenk
  • Page 36: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW, by A. R. Valentino
  • Page 54: SOCIETAL ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW, by C. E. Bloomquist
  • Page 66: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE REFERENCE SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM WITH SELECTED CURRENT, NEAR-TERM AND ADVANCED ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES, by M. R. Riches
  • Page 78: AN OVERVIEW ON EUROPEAN SPS ACTIVITIES, by K. K. Reinhartz
  • Page 88: SPS ISSUES: THE NEED TO LOOK AHEAD, by K. K. Dybdal

SYSTEMS DEFINITION

  • Page 91: SPS OVERVIEW: REQUIREMENTS, ALTERNATIVES, AND REFERENCE SYSTEM, by L. E. Livingston
  • Page 95: EMERGING SPS CONCEPTS, by G. M. Hanley and G. R. Woodcock
  • Page 99, INTEGRATION OF SPS WITH UTILITY SYSTEM NETWORKS, by B. M. Kaupang and R. W. Andryczyk
  • Page 103: SPS COST METHODOLOGY AND SENSITIVITIES, by R. O. Piland
  • Page 107: SPS TECHNICAL ISSUES, by C. H. Guttman
  • Page 109: CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY AREAS OF AN SPS DEVELOPMENT AND THE APPLICABILITY OF EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGY, by D. Kassing and J. Ruth

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT:

  • Page 113: OVERVIEW OF ATMOSPHERIC EFFECTS, by D. M. Rote
  • Page 116: IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE OVERVIEW, by C. M. Rush
  • Page 120: ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY OVERVIEW, by K. C. Davis
  • Page 122: NON-MICROWAVE HEALTH AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS: OVERVIEW, by M. R. White
  • Page 124: SPS MICROWAVE HEALTH AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS - PROGRAM AREA OVERVIEW, by D. F. Cahill

SOCIETAL ASSESSMENT:

  • Page 125: AN EVALUATION OF THE LAND AND MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
    SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM, by S. D. Ankerbrandt
  • Page 129: SOCIETAL ASSESSMENT - INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES, by S. I. Shotland
  • Page 133: SOCIETAL ASSESSMENT - INTERNATIONAL ISSUES, by A. P. Daurio
  • Page 135: PUBLIC CONCERNS, by S. R. McNeal

COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT:

  • Page 138: A METHODOLOGY FOR THE COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE SPS AND ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES, by T. D. Wolsko
  • Page 142: REFERENCE SYSTEM CHARACTERIZATION AND COST OVERVIEW, by R. O. Piland
  • Page 146: SPS AND ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES COST AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS, by M. E. Samsa
  • Page 150: COMPARATIVE HEALTH AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF THE SPS AND ALTERNATIVE ELECTRICAL GENERATION SYSTEMS, by L. J. Habegger, J. R. Gasper, C. D. Brown
  • Page 154: ENVIRONMENTAL WELFARE COMPARISON, by R. G. Whitfield
  • Page 158: RESOURCES/MACROECONOMIC/INSTITUTIONAL COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT, by R. G. Whitfield

SUMMARY: SPS PROGRAM REVIEW, by F. A. Koomanoff (page 162)

SUBSESSIONS:

Systems Definition

Structural Dynamics and Control Subsession, R. C. Rind, NASA/JSC, Session Chairman

  • Page 164: SPS STRUCTURES AND CONTROL: A PERSPECTIVE, by R. C. Rind
  • Page 168: SPS ATTITUDE CONTROL AND STATIONKEEPING — REQUIREMENTS AND TRADEOFFS, by R. E. Oglevie
  • Page 172: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS STRUCTURES — A 1980 TECHNOLOGY STATUS
    REVIEW, by H. S. Greenberg
  • Page 176: DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF THE SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM, by S. J. Wang, J. N. Juang, G. Rodriguez
  • Page 180: A MODERN CONTROL APPROACH TO THE DESIGN OF THE SPS CONTROL SYSTEM, R. Gran
  • Page 184 ACTIVE CONTROL OF DEFLECTIONS IN SPACE STRUCTURES, by J. Leavitt (paper not presented)
  • Page 185: THE DESIGN OF LOW-COST STRUCTURES FOR EXTENSIVE GROUND ARRAYS, by H. A. Franklin and R. S. Leonard
  • Page 189: SPS STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AND CONTROL WORKSHOP: FINDINGS AND
    RECOMMENDATIONS, by R. C. Ried and D. L. Mingori

Transportation Subsession, W. W. Wales, NASA/MSFC, Session Chairman

  • Page 193: SPS PROGRAM REVIEW TRANSPORTATION PERSPECTIVE, by W. W. Wales, Jr.
  • Page 196: MINIMUM COST CRITERIA FOR SPS TRANSPORTATION TO GEO, by D. E. Koelle
  • page 200: EARTH-TO-ORBIT TRANSPORTATION FOR SOLAR POWER SATELLITES, by G. R. Woodcock and G. M. Hanley
  • Page 204: ORBIT-TO-ORBIT TRANSPORTATION, by R. P. Bergeron
  • Page 208: OFFSHORE SPACE CENTER (Offshore Launch Site), by D. G. Hervey
  • Page 210: THE APPLICABILITY OF MPD THRUSTERS TO SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS, by R. M. Jones and L. K. Rudolph
  • Page 214: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS (SPS) SPACE TRANSPORTATION WORKSHOP SUMMARY, by J. P. Layton

Open Forum Subsession, F. C. Schwenk, NASA/HQ, Session Chairman

  • Page 216: TECHNOLOGY ALTERNATIVES FOR THE SPS, by P. E. Glaser and P. K. Chapman
  • Page 219: PROTOTYPE SOLAR POWER SATELLITE OPTIONS, by B. R. Sperber and K. E. Drexler
  • Page 223: RECENT WORK ON USE OF LUNAR MATERIALS FOR SPS CONSTRUCTION, by G. K. O'Neill (presented by D. R. Criswell)
  • Page 227: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE AVAILABILITY OF LUNAR RESOURCES FOR POWERSAT CONSTRUCTION. by T. A. Heppenheimer
  • Page 231: PASSIVE SOLAR REFLECTOR SATELLITE REVISITED, by C. Polk and J. C. Daly
  • Page 234: COMPARISON OF LOW EARTH ORBIT AND GEOSYNCHRONOUS EARTH ORBIT, by J. E. Drummond
  • Page 237: THE INFRARED ALTERNATIVE, by G. Andlauer (paper not presented)
  • Page 240: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM TOTAL PROOF-OF-CONCEPT PROGRAM, by W. V. McRae, Jr.

Power Conversion Subsession, L. W. Brantley, NASA/MSFC, Session Chairman

  • Page 243: POWER CONVERSION PERSPECTIVE, by L. W. Brantley, Jr.
  • Page 246: GALLIUM ARSENIDE (GaAs) POWER CONVERSION CONCEPT, by A. A. Nussberger
  • Page 250: SPS SILICON REFERENCE SYSTEM, by G. R. Woodcock
  • Page 254: PROTON DAMAGE ANNEALING KINETICS IN SILICON SOLAR CELLS, by W. E. Horne, I. Arimura, A. C. Day
  • Page 258: A SURVEY OF THE MARKET, SUPPLY, AND AVAILABILITY OF GALLIUM, by F. D. Rosi
  • Page 263: EVALUATION OF SOLAR CELL MATERIALS FOR A SOLAR POWER SATELLITE, by P. E. Glaser, D. W. Almgren, K. I. Csigi
  • Page 267: SOLAR DRIVEN LASERS FOR POWER SATELLITE APPLICATIONS, by R. Taussig, P. Cassady, E. Klosterman
  • Page 271: CONCLUSIONS OF THE HUNTSVILLE SPS POWER CONVERSION WORKSHOP, by J. R. Williams

Power Transmission I Subsession, R. H. Dietz, NASA/JSC, Session Chairman

  • Page 273: POWER TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION - AN OVERVIEW AND PERSPECTIVE, by H. Dietz
  • Page 277: MICROWAVE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE SUMMARY, by G. D. Arndt and E. J. Nalos
  • Page 281: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION PROGRAM CRITICAL SUPPORTING INVESTIGATIONS "SUMMARY", by J. W. Seyl
  • Page 285: PHASE CONTROL SYSTEM CONCEPTS AND SIMULATIONS, by W. C. Lindsey
  • Page 289: AN INTERFEROMETER-BASED PHASE CONTROL SYSTEM, by J. H. Ott and J. S. Rice
  • Page 293: A POWER SATELLITE SONIC SIMULATOR, by J. H. Ott and J. S. Rice
  • Page 297: SMALLER SPS SYSTEM SIZING TRADEOFFS, by G. D. Arndt and L. Monford

Construction and Operations Subsession, H. E. Benson, NASA/JSC, Session Chairman

  • Page 301: SPS CONSTRUCTION PERSPECTIVE/SUMMARY, by H. E. Benson
  • Page 303: INTEGRATED SPACE OPERATIONS OVERVIEW, by G. R. Woodcock
  • Page 307: SPECIFIC CONSTRUCTION TASKS, by W. V. McRae, Jr.
  • Page 310: SPECIFIC SPS CONSTRUCTION STUDIES: CONSTRUCTION TASKS—CONSTRUCTION BASE, by R. W. McCaffrey
  • Page 316: CONSTRUCTION OF THE SPS PRIMARY STRUCTURE BY ANOTHER METHOD, by T. C. Taylor
  • Page 319: SPECIFIC SPS CONSTRUCTION STUDIES: OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, by K. H. Miller
  • Page 323: SPS RECTENNA SYSTEM, by R. W. Andryczyk and B. M. Kaupang
  • Page 324: AUTOMATED CONSTRUCTION OF LIGHTWEIGHT, SIMPLE, FIELD-ERECTED STRUCTURES, by R. S. Leonard

Power Transmission II Subsession, W. Finnell, NASA/MSFC, Session Chairman

  • Page 328: RECTENNA SYSTEM DESIGN, W. C. Brown, R. M. Dickinson, E. J. Nalos, J. H. Ott
  • Page 332: A THEORETICAL STUDY OF MICROWAVE BEAM ABSORPTION BY A RECTENNA, by J. H. Ott, J. S. Rice, D. C. Thorn
  • Page 336: POWER AMPLIFIERS (TUBE), by W. C. Brown
  • Page 340: SOLID-STATE CONFIGURATIONS, by K. G. Schroeder
  • Page 344: SOLID STATE TECHNOLOGY, by D. G. Weir
  • Page 345: MICROWAVE POWER TRANSMISSION WORKSHOP SUMMARY, by J. W. Freeman
  • Page 348: OFFSHORE RECTENNA FEASIBILITY, by J. W. Freeman, D. G. Hervey, P. E. Glaser
  • Page 352: HIGH-POWER MICROWAVE OPTICS FOR FLEXIBLE POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS, by K. E. Drexler and B. R. Sperber
  • Page 356: SPS POWER TRANSMISSION - ARE MULTIPLE BEAMS A BETTER OPTION FOR EUROPE? by R. A. Henderson and J. P. Stark

Power Distribution and Management Subsession, J. Giudici, NASA/MSFC, Session Chairman

  • Page 359: ELECTRIC POWER PROCESSING, DISTRIBUTION, MANAGEMENT, AND ENERGY
    STORAGE, by R. J. Giudici
  • Page 364: HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEMS (TUBE-TYPE MICROWAVE)/LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM
    (SOLID-STATE MICROWAVE) POWER DISTRIBUTION, by A. A. Nussberger and G. R. Woodcock
  • Page 368: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM OPERATIONS, by F. L. Pugh and A. I. Gordon
  • Page 372: HIGH VOLTAGE SPACE PLASMA INTERACTIONS, by J. McCoy
  • Page 376: SPS POWER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP SUMMARY, by J. R. Williams

Evironmental Assessment

Microwave Health and Ecological Effects Subsession, D. F. Cahill, EPA, Session Chairman

  • Page 378: MICROWAVE HEALTH AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OVERVIEW, by D. F. Cahill
  • Page 379: STUDY OF THE BIOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SPS MICROWAVE POWER ON THE HONEY BEE, by N. E. Gary and B. B. Westerdahl
  • Page 383: SPS MICROWAVE EFFECTS ON AIRBORNE BIOTA STATUS REPORT, S. P. Battista, E. J. Cook, T. H. Kunz, D. Hoyt, F. A. Wasserman, D. Byman, K. Youngstrom
  • Page 387: A REVIEW OF EFFECTS OF SPS-RELATED MICROWAVES ON REPRODUCTION AND TERATOLOGY, by E. Berman
  • Page 392: BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CHRONIC PRE- AND POST-NATAL EXPOSURE OF SQUIRREL MONKEYS TO SPS FREQUENCY MICROWAVES, by J. N. Kaplan
  • Page 396: PRELIMINARY PLANNING FOR FUTURE SPS MICROWAVE HEALTH AND ECOLOGY RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT, by C. W. Hamilton

Ionospheric Disturbance Subsession, C. M. Rush, DOC/NTIA/ITS, Session Chairman

  • Page 400: SIMULATED D- AND E-REGION EFFECTS OF THE SPS POWER BEAM, by R. L. Showen
  • Page 403: MICROWAVE HEATING OF THE LOWER IONOSPHERE, by G. E. Meltz and W. L. Nighan
  • Page 407: IONOSPHERE/MICROWAVE BEAM INTERACTIONS: ARECIBO EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS, by L. M. Duncan and W. E. Gordon
  • Page 408: SPS HEATING IN THE LOWER IONOSPHERE, AN EXPERIMENTAL VIEW, by F. T. Djuth, D. S. Coco, D. A. Fleisch, S. Ganguly
  • Page 410: LABORATORY AND PROPOSED IONOSPHERIC EXPERIMENTS ON SPS MICROWAVE INSTABILITY, by P. Le-Cong, D. Phelps, J. Drummond, R. Lovberg, W. Thompson

Electromagnetic Compatibility Subsession, K. C. Davis, PNL, Session Chairman

  • Page 414: SUMMARY OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY EVALUATION OF THE
    PROPOSED SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM, by E. L. Morrison, Jr., W. B. Grant, K. C. Davis
  • Page 419: THE EFFECTS OF A SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM ON GROUND-BASED ASTRONOMY, by A. R. Thompson
  • Page 423: SPS EFFECTS ON OPTICAL ASTRONOMY, by G. J. Schuster
  • Page 424: THE EMC OF SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS AND DoD C-E SYSTEMS, by J. H. Atkinson and M. D. Aasen
  • Page 428: ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN SPS POWER BEAMS AND SATELLITES IN LOWER ORBITS, by P. K. Chapman
  • Page 431: THE EMC IMPACT OF SPS OPERATIONS ON LOW EARTH ORBIT SATELLITES, by W. B. Grant, E. L. Morrison, Jr., K. C. Davis
  • Page 435: THE SPS INTERFERENCE PROBLEM — ELECTRONIC SYSTEM EFFECTS AND MITIGATION TECHNIQUES, by J. R. Juroshek

Atmospheric Effects I Subsession, D. M. Rote, ANL, Session Chairman

  • Page 439: ATMOSPHERIC EFFECTS OVERVIEW, by D. M. Rote
  • Page 440: RECTENNA-RELATED ATMOSPHERIC EFFECTS, by J. Lee
  • Page 445: GROUND CLOUD AIR QUALITY EFFECTS, by K. L. Brubaker
  • Page 446: GROUND-CLOUD-RELATED WEATHER MODIFICATION EFFECTS, by J. Lee
  • Page 450: OVERVIEW OF HLLV EFFLUENTS IN STRATOSPHERE AND ABOVE, by K. L. Brubaker
  • Page 452: MESOSPHERIC CLOUD FORMATIONS, by J. M. Forbes
  • Page 454: D- AND E-REGION EFFECTS, by J. M. Forbes
  • Page 458: ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF SPS: THE MIDDLE ATMOSPHERE, by R. C. Whitten, W. J. Borucki, C. Park, H. T. Woodward, R. P. Turco, S. S. Prasad, L. A. Capone, C. A. Riegel

Non-Microwave Health and Ecological Effects Subsession, M. R. White, LBL, Session Chairman

  • Page 460: SUNLIGHT REFLECTIONS FROM A SOLAR POWER SATELLITE OR SOLARES MIRRORS SHOULD NOT HARM THE EYES, by M. T. Hyson
  • Page 464: CHARACTERIZATION OF REFLECTED LIGHT FROM THE SPACE POWER SYSTEM, by H. B. Liemohn, D. L. Tingey, D. H. Rol., B. R. Sperber
  • Page 469: PROTOTYPE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACTS OF SITING AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN SPS GROUND RECEIVING STATION, by J. Hill
  • Page 473: EFFECTS OF THE SPACE ENVIRONMENT ON THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF SPACE WORKERS, by W. E. Hull
  • Page 475: HAZARDS TO SPACE WORKERS FROM IONIZING RADIATION IN THE SPS ENVIRONMENT, by J. T. Lyman
  • Page 477: LATE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF HEAVY CHARGED PARTICLES: CATARACTS, VASCULAR INJURY, AND LIFE SHORTENING IN MICE, by E. J. Ainsworth, J. G. Jose, M. E. Barker, E. L. Alpen

Atmospheric Effects II Subsession, D. M. Rote, ANL, Session Chairman

  • Page 480: IONOSPHERIC OBSERVATIONS: ARCHIVED DATA AND THE HEAO-C LAUNCH, by M. Mendillo and C. C. Chacko
  • Page 483: THE LAGOPEDO EXPERIMENTS, by M. B. Pongratz, G. M. Smith, H. G. Horak, D. J. Simons, C. D. Sutherland, J. H. Wolcott, J. Zinn
  • Page 485: ICE FORMATION DURING LAGOPEDO UNO, by C. F. Lebeda and M. B. Pongratz
  • Page 487: THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF IONOSPHERIC MODIFICATIONS PRODUCED BY ROCKET EXHAUST, by P. A. Bernhardt
  • Page 489: EFFECTS OF ROCKET EXHAUST PRODUCTS IN THE THERMOSPHERE IONOSPHERE, by J. Zinn, C. D. Sutherland, S. N. Stone, L. M. Duncan, R. Behnke
  • Page 493: PLASMASPHERIC AND MAGNETOSPHERIC EFFECTS OF POTV AND COTV EFFLUENTS, by Y. T. Chiu
  • Page 496: DISPOSITION OF SPS ELECTRIC THRUSTER EXHAUST, by D. H. Holze and H. B. Liemohn
  • Page 501: EFFECTS OF ARGON ION INJECTIONS IN THE PLASMASPHERE, by S. A. Curtis and J. M. Grebowsky

Societal Assessment

International Considerations Subsession, A. P. Daurio, PRC, Session Chairman

  • Page 506: MILITARY IMPLICATIONS OF SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS, by J. P. Vajk
  • Page 508: SOME ASPECTS OF SPS ACCEPTABILITY IN EUROPE, by R. M. Shelton and I. V. Franklin
  • Page 511: STRATEGIES FOR MARSHALLING INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FOR SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS, by D. G. Bailey and N. A. Irwin (paper not presented)
  • Page 512: ALTERNATIVE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL REACTIONS TO SPS, by J. R. Brownell, Jr. and M. J. Stoil
  • Page 514: INTERNATIONALIZATION OF THE SPS: U. S. POLICY ISSUES, OPTIONS, AND STRATEGIES, by S. Gorove (paper not presented)

Resources Subsession, S. Ankerbrandt, PRC, Session Chairman

  • Page 517: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM RECTENNA SITING STUDY, by W. A. Bavinger and J. B. Blackburn, Jr.
  • Page 521: RELATIONSHIP OF ELIGIBLE AREAS TO PROJECTED ELECTRICAL DEMAND, by A. D. Kotin
  • Page 525: PROTOTYPE SOCIETAL ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACTS OF SITING AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN SPS GROUND RECEIVING STATION, by A. Bachrach
  • Page 529: POTENTIAL FOR RECEPTION OF SPS MICROWAVE ENERGY AT OFFSHORE RECTENNAS IN WESTERN EUROPE, P. Q. Collins
  • Page 531: PRELIMINARY SPS MATERIALS ASSESSMENT, by R. R. Teeter and W. M. Jamieson

Public Concerns I Subsession, S. R. McNeal, PRC, Session Chairman

  • Page 534: SOCIAL ACCEPTABILITY OF SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS: A PRELIMINARY EXPLORATION, by S. Klineberg
  • Page 536: ENERGY IMPLICATIONS OF AN AGING POPULATION, by A. B. Cambel, C. J. DeVita, and G. A. Heffernan
  • Page 540: CONCERNS OF THE CITIZENS' ENERGY PROJECT ABOUT THE S.P.S., by K. Bossong
  • Page 542: CONCERNS OF THE L-5 SOCIETY ABOUT SPS, by C. Henson, A. Harlan, J. C. Bennett
  • Page 544: CONCERNS OF FASST ABOUT THE SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM, by A. D. Ladwig
  • Page 548: A SOCIETAL ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN THE EVALUATION OF THE SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM CONCEPT, by R. D. Wood

Institutional Issues Subsession, S. I. Shotland, PRC, Session Chairman

  • Page 552: A STUDY OF FEDERAL MICROWAVE STANDARDS, by L. W. David
  • Page 555: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM: INITIAL INSURANCE EVALUATION, by W. Lloyd
  • Page 556: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS FOR AN SPS ROLE IN NEW YORK STATE'S ENERGY FUTURE: A MAJOR CASE STUDY OF CONCEPT VIABILITY, by R. Sviedrys, D. McHugh, G. Homatas
  • Page 558: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS (SPS): THE NEED FOR A DETAILED ASSESSMENT TO DEVELOP FEASIBLE MANAGEMENT SCHEMES, by M. S. Kaplan (paper not presented)
  • Page 562: SOME JUDICIAL AND REGULATORY FACTORS, by S. L. Entres (paper not presented)

Public Concerns II Subsession, S. R. McNeal, PRC, Session Chairman

  • Page 564: A DIFFERENT RACE, by R. S. Leonard
  • Page 568: ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SOLAR SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS (SPS). by E. Passerini
  • Page 570: SOURCES AND NATURE OF RESISTANCE TO SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM (SPS) DEVELOPMENT, by W. E. MacDaniel
  • Page 572: SUN BUST, OR WHY SPS WILL NEVER GET OFF THE GROUND, by D. S. Pate
  • Page 574: PRESS PERCEPTIONS OF S.P.S., by D. Dooling (paper not presented)

Institutional Issues II Subsession, S. I. Shotland, PRC, Session Chairman

  • Page 575: THE INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE SOLAR POWER SATELLITE, by P. E. Glaser and P. K. Chapman
  • Page 579: UTILITY SYSTEM IMPACTS OF THE SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM, by F. R. Goodman, Jr.
  • Page 581: INSTITUTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS OF SPS/UTILITY INTEGRATION, by M. S. Crist
  • Page 583: AN ASSESSMENT OF SPS UTILITY INTEGRATION ISSUES ARISING FROM THE DISTRIBUTION OF ELIGIBLE RECTENNA SITES AND ELECTRICITY DEMAND CENTERS, by J. A. Hill and J. A. Rabe
  • Page 587: ELECTRIC UTILITY REQUIREMENTS AFFECTING SOLAR POWER SATELLITE DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT, by K. R. Kubitz and R. H. Moss

Comparative Assessment

Contributed Papers Subsession, M. R. Riches, DOE, Session Chairman

  • Page 590: THE POWER SATELLITE: TOWARD WHICH ENERGY CRISIS? by T. A. Heppenheimer
  • Page 594: ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF SPS, by O. E. Johnson
  • Page 598: SPS SALVAGE AND DISPOSAL ALTERNATIVES, by G. A. Hazelrigg, Jr.
  • Page 600: THE SATELLITE POWER STATION AND NON-COST UNCERTAINTY ASPECTS OF RISK, by M. M. Hopkins
  • Page 603: SPS: THEIR FINANCING AND MACROECONOMIC EFFECTS, by R. S. Block

Comparative Environmental and Societal Evaluations Subsession, R. G. Whitfield, ANL, Session Chairman

  • Page 607: RESOURCE COMPARISONS (LAND, WATER, AND MATERIALS), by W. B. Wilson
  • Page 610: MACROECONOMIC/SOCIOECONOMIC COMPARISONS OF SPS AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES, by R. U. Ayres
  • Page 612: ENVIRONMENTAL WELFARE EFFECTS EVALUATION, by W. B. Wilson
  • Page 613: CLIMATE AND ENERGY: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF SPS AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES, by D. A. Kellermeyer (paper not presented)
  • Page 614: RESEARCH ON THE USE OF SOLAR ENERGY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING THERMOPHYSICS, CHINA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, by K. L. Guo and X. S. Ge

Cost and Performance I: Characterization and Audit Subsession, M. E. Samsa, ANL, Session Chairman

  • Page 618: SATELLITE POWER SYSTEM COST REVIEW, by R. E. Allen, P. E. Brown, E. J. Ziegler
  • Page 622: CRITICAL REVIEW OF SATELLITE POWER SYSTEMS (SPS) SPACE TRANSPORTATION COST ESTIMATES, by R. W. Earhart, C. W. Hamilton, K. Maher, R. R. Teeter
  • Page 625: UTILITIES VIEW OF SPS, by J. Patmore and J. Bohn
  • Page 627: ALTERNATIVE ADVANCED POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGY CHARACTERIZATIONS, by M. E. Samsa

Cost and Performance II: Cost and Performance Evaluations Subsession, M. E. Samsa, ANL, Session Chairman

  • Page 631: ALTERNATIVE FUTURE ENERGY PRICE/DEMAND SCENARIO, by R. U. Ayres
  • Page 635: UNCERTAINTY IN ENERGY COST COMPARISONS, by J. K. Bragg

AUTHORS INDEX page 640
GLOSSARY
page 658
ATTENDEES LIST
page 668


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