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[[Image:ENG software.jpg|thumb|right|500px|Engineering software]]<br>
 
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The term '''Engineering''' could either refer to the '''Power Grid Software''' or the person who monitors that software, either aboard the [[habitat]] or in [[Mission Control]].
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The term '''Engineering''' could either refer to the '''Power Grid Software''' or the person who monitors that software, either aboard the [[Habitat]] or in [[Mission Control]].
  
The Power Grid Software is one of the simulation programs used by the [[OCESS]]. It was first used in [[2006-07]] for [[Coronis]]. The Power Grid software monitors [[Energy Generation|reactor]] temperature and the status of various onboard circuits and modules. It also controls the current flow of power generated from the generators and the activation of the radiation shielding, the generator itself, the propulsion systems and the communication systems.
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The Power Grid Software is one of the simulation programs used by the [[OCESS]]. It was first used in [[2006-07]] for [[Coronis]]. The Power Grid software monitors [[Energy Generation|reactor]] temperature and the status of various onboard circuits and modules. It also controls the current of electricity generated from the power sources and the activation of the radiation shielding, the generator itself, the propulsion systems and the communication systems.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:35, 17 April 2010

Engineering software

The term Engineering could either refer to the Power Grid Software or the person who monitors that software, either aboard the Habitat or in Mission Control.

The Power Grid Software is one of the simulation programs used by the OCESS. It was first used in 2006-07 for Coronis. The Power Grid software monitors reactor temperature and the status of various onboard circuits and modules. It also controls the current of electricity generated from the power sources and the activation of the radiation shielding, the generator itself, the propulsion systems and the communication systems.