Software

Bryll, Robert.  Object Trajectories in a Rotating Frame of Reference.  A simulation of a fountain on a rotating space station, as a Java 1.2.2 applet.   HTML 

Hall, Theodore W.  SpinCalc: An Artificial-Gravity Calculator in JavaScript.   HTML 

Hall, Theodore W.  SpinDoctor: An Artificial-Gravity Simulation Program.  Compiled for IRIX, SunOS, and Mac OS X workstations.   HTML 

Whitney, David; Globus, Al; Yager, Bryan; Sezen, Tugrul.  RingWorld.  A simulation of a rotating space settlement, as a Java 1.1 applet.   HTML 


Books, Chapters, Papers, Articles, Presentations

Bell, Michael; Griggs, Tequila; Latta, Jarrid; Nelms, Alice; Shunnarah, Richard; Sparks, Damon; Xenofos, George; Zarichnak, Michael (1999).  An Experimental Study of Natural Convection in Artificial Gravity.  NASA Reduced Gravity Student Flight Opportunities Program Proposal.  Birmingham, Alabama, USA: The University of Alabama at Birmingham  PDF 

Cardús, David (1994 May).  Artificial Gravity in Space and in Medical Research.  In, Journal of Gravitational Physiology (vol. 1, no. 1, p. 19-22).  International Society for Gravitational Physiology HTML 

Carroll, Joseph A. (2010 September).  Design Concepts for a Manned Artificial Gravity Research Facility (IAC-10-D1.1.4).  61st International Astronautical Congress, Prague, Czech Republic, 27 September - 1 October 2010.  Paris, France: International Astronautical Federation PDF    PDF 

Coffee, T. M.; Gill, S. A.; Wagner, E. B.; Theis, M. J.; Tsikata, S.; Bernal, I. M.; Bryan, A. W.; Merfeld, D. M. (2003 November).  Modeling Vestibular Effects of Artificial Gravity by Gondola Centrifugation in Mice.  Annual meeting, American Society for Gravitational and Space Biology, Huntsville, Alabama, USA, 12-16 November 2003.   HTML 

Fisher, Nick (2001 May).  Space Science 2001: Some Problems With Artificial Gravity.  In, Physics Education (vol. 36, no. 3, p. 193-201).  Bristol, England, UK: IOP Publishing PDF 

Gupta, A.; Baker, J.; Sharif, M. A. R. (2004).  Numerical Analysis of Natural Convection in an Enclosure with Rotationally Produced Artificial Gravity.  In, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications (vol. 46, no. 2, p. 131-145).  London, England, UK: Taylor and Francis Order 

Hall, Theodore W. (1991 May 16).  The Architecture of Artificial Gravity: Mathematical Musings on Designing for Life and Motion in a Centripetally Accelerated Environment.  In B. Faughnan, G. Maryniak (Eds.), Space Manufacturing 8: Energy and Materials from Space (p. 177-186).  10th Princeton / AIAA / SSI Conference, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 15-18 May 1991.  Washington, DC, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics PDF 

Hall, Theodore W. (1993 May 13).  The Architecture of Artificial Gravity: Archetypes and Transformations of Terrestrial Design.  In B. Faughnan (Ed.), Space Manufacturing 9: The High Frontier – Accession, Development and Utilization (p. 198-209).  11th SSI-Princeton Conference, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 12-15 May 1993.  Washington, DC, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics PDF 

Hall, Theodore W. (1994 April).  Designing for Life and Motion in Artificial-Gravity Environments.  SSI Update (vol. 20, no. 2, p. 1-4).  Princeton, New Jersey, USA: Space Studies Institute.

Hall, Theodore W. (1994 May).  The Architecture of Artificial-Gravity Environments for Long-Duration Space Habitation (University Microfilms 9423117).  Doctoral dissertation (Arch.D.), Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA: University of Michigan HTML    Order 

Hall, Theodore W. (1995 May 5).  The Architecture of Artificial Gravity: Theory, Form, and Function in the High Frontier.  In B. Faughnan (Ed.), Space Manufacturing 10: Pathways to the High Frontier (p. 182-192).  12th SSI-Princeton Conference, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 4-7 May 1995.  Washington, DC, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics HTML    PDF 

Hall, Theodore W. (1999 July).  Artificial Gravity and the Architecture of Orbital Habitats.  In, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (vol. 52, no. 7-8, p. 290-300).  London, England, UK: British Interplanetary Society.  [Presented at the International Symposium on Space Tourism, Bremen, Germany, 20 March 1997.]   HTML    PDF 

Hall, Theodore W. (1999 September 29).  Inhabiting Artificial Gravity (AIAA 99-4524).  AIAA Space Technology Conference & Exposition, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 28-30 September 1999.  Reston, Virginia, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics HTML    PDF    Order 

Hall, Theodore W. (2000 July 10).  Gravity as an Environmental System (SAE 2000-01-2244).  30th International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Toulouse, France, 10-13 July 2000.  Warrendale, Pennsylvania, USA: Society of Automotive Engineers PDF    Order 

Hall, Theodore W. (2001).  Gravity, Space, and Architecture.  In J. Zukowsky (Ed.), 2001: Building for Space Travel (p. 168-174).  New York, New York, USA: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.  [This is a catalog of an exhibition sponsored by the Art Institute of Chicago, 24 March - 21 October, 2001, and the Museum of Flight in Seattle, 15 December, 2001 - 15 May, 2002.]

Hall, Theodore W. (2002 July 16).  Architectural Considerations for a Minimum Mass, Minimum Energy, Artificial Gravity Environment (SAE 2002-01-2431).  32nd International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), San Antonio, Texas, USA, 15-18 July 2002.  Warrendale, Pennsylvania, USA: Society of Automotive Engineers PDF    Order 

Hall, Theodore W. (2002 October).  Envisioning Artificial Gravity.  Poster, 1st Space Architecture Symposium (SAS 2002), Houston, Texas, USA, 10-11 October 2002.   PDF 

Hall, Theodore W. (2004 May 20).  Architectural Design to Promote Human Adaptation to Artificial Gravity.  White paper, submitted in response to the NASA Exploration Systems Enterprise, Request for Information RFI04212004.   PDF 

Hall, Theodore W. (2005).  The Gravity of Architecture – The Architecture of Gravity.  In A. Ferré, I. Hwang, M. Kubo, R. Prat, T. Sakamoto, A. Tetas (Eds.), Verb: Conditioning (p. 142-147).  Barcelona, Spain: Actar.

Hall, Theodore W. (2006 September 19).  Artificial Gravity Visualization, Empathy, and Design (AIAA 2006-7321).  2nd International Space Architecture Symposium (SAS 2006), AIAA Space 2006 Conference & Exposition, San Jose, California, USA, 19-21 September 2006.  Reston, Virginia, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics PDF    Order 

Hall, Theodore W. (2009).  Artificial Gravity.  In A. S. Howe, B. Sherwood (Eds.), Out of This World: The New Field of Space Architecture (Chapter 12, p. 133-152).  Reston, Virginia, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics HTML 

Jevtovic, Predrag (2011 September).  Electrodynamic Gravity Generator (AIAA 2011-7169).  AIAA Space 2011 Conference & Exposition, Long Beach, California, USA, 27-29 September 2011.  Reston, Virginia, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics PDF    Order 

Jevtovic, Predrag (2012 July).  Electrodynamic Generator of Gravity Sensation.  In, Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Space Structures, Materials & Environmental Testing (ESA SP-691), Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 20-23 March 2012.  Paris, France: European Space Agency PDF 

Johnson, Richard D.; Holbrow, Charles (Eds.) (1977).  Space Settlements: A Design Study (NASA SP-413).  Washington, DC, USA: National Aeronautics and Space Administration HTML 

Joosten, B. Kent (2002).  Preliminary Assessment of Artificial Gravity Impacts to Deep-Space Vehicle Design (NASA JSC-EX-02-50).  Houston, Texas, USA: Johnson Space Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration PDF 

Kamman, Michelle; Paloski, William; Joosten, B. Kent (2004).  The Effect on the Crew and Design Implementations of Artificial Gravity Transportation Systems.  White paper, submitted in response to the NASA Exploration Systems Enterprise, Request for Information RFI04212004.   PDF 

Landau, Damon (2008 August).  Method to Maintain Artificial Gravity during Transfer Maneuvers for Tethered Spacecraft (AIAA 2008-7499).  AIAA/AAS Astrodynamics Specialist Conference and Exhibit, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 18-21 August 2008.   PDF    Order 

Moore, Steven T.; Clement, Gilles; Diedrich, Andre; Biaggioni, Italo; Kaufmann, Horacio; Raphan, Theodore; Cohen, Bernard (2001 January).  Inflight Centrifugation as a Countermeasure for Deconditioning of Otolith-Based Reflexes.  Bioastronautics Investigators’ Workshop, Galveston, Texas, USA, 17-19 January 2001.  Houston, Texas, USA: Division of Space Life Sciences, Universities Space Research Association PDF 

Noyes, Gary P. (2011 July).  Variable Gravity Laboratory for Deep-Space Crewed Missions Research and Demonstration (AIAA 2011-5130).  41st International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Portland, Oregon, USA, 17-21 July 2011.  Reston, Virginia, USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics PDF    Order 

Rousek, Tomáš (2010 August).  AG_SYS: Artificial Gravity System Concepts.  Strasbourg, France: International Space University PDF 

Sorensen, Kirk (2005 December).  A Tether-Based Variable-Gravity Research Facility Concept.  53rd JANNAF Propulsion Meeting, Monterey, California, USA, 5-8 December 2005.  Washington, DC, USA: Joint Army Navy NASA Air Force (JANNAF) Interagency Propulsion Committee PDF 

Sullivan, Thomas A. (2002 June) WhirliGig Transfer Vehicle for Motor-Driven, Restartable A.G.  Houston, Texas, USA: Johnson Space Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration PDF 

Sullivan, Thomas A. (2003 August) Artificial G Facility for Bioastronautics, Human Exploration Science, & HEDS Technology Demo Missions  Houston, Texas, USA: Johnson Space Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration PDF 

Young, Laurence R. (1999 May 28).  Artificial Gravity Considerations for a Mars Exploration Mission.  In, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (no. 871, p. 367-378).  New York, New York, USA: The New York Academy of Sciences HTML 

Young, Laurence R.; Yajima, Kazuyoshi; Paloski, William (Eds.) (2009 September).  Artificial Gravity Research to Enable Human Exploration.  Paris, France: International Academy of Astronautics PDF 


Other Relevant Sites

Brandeis University.  Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory.   HTML 

Chung, Winchell D. Jr.  Atomic Rockets: Artificial Gravity.   HTML 

Czarnik, Tamarack R.  Artificial Gravity: Current Concerns and Design Considerations.   HTML 

Dyar, Dafydd Neal.  Mobile Suit Gundam: High Frontier.   HTML 

Frassanito, John; et al.  BNTR Artificial Gravity Mars Mission.   HTML 

Fraundorf, P.  Ring Rotators and Artificial Gravity.  An exploration of the limits of rotation, bounded by light speed at the maximum radius and Planck’s constant at the minimum radius.   HTML 

“geowood”.  Starships, Space Colonies, and the like.   HTML 

Hoffman, John H.; Mazzoleni, Andre; Santangelo, Andrew.  Analysis and Design of a Prototype Artificial Gravity Generating Tethered Satellite System.   HTML 

Jevtovic, Predrag.  EDGG – Electrodynamic Gravity Generator.   HTML 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Man Vehicle Laboratory.  Artificial Gravity.   HTML 

Miller, Karen.  The Pull of HyperGravity.  An article about centrifuge research by Malcolm Cohen at NASA Ames Research Center.   HTML 

NASA.  Artificial Gravity Space Station.   HTML 

NASA.  Skylab astronaut making his own artificial gravity.   MPEG   [Clipped from http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/video/skylab/skylab2/mpg/skylab2_mission1.mpg]

NASA.  Skylab astronauts making their own artificial gravity.   MPEG   [Clipped from http://spaceflight1.nasa.gov/history/shuttle-mir/multimedia/video/v-024.mpg]

NASA, Ames Research Center.  Smart Systems Research Lab – Centrifuge.   HTML 

NASA, Langley Research Center.  Space Station Centrifuge Gravity Simulation.  Historic film posted on YouTube.   HTML 

Nemitz, Gregory.  The Eros Project MetroCircus.   HTML 

Rice, Eric E.  Tethered Artificial Gravity Spacecraft (TAGS).   HTML 

Saeed, S. I.; Powell, J. D.  Use of Passive Damping for a Tethered Artificial Gravity Spacecraft.   HTML 

University of California at Irvine.  Space Cycle.   HTML 

Wade, Mark (editor).  Gemini 11.  Encyclopedia Astronautica HTML   [Look for “tethered vehicle exercise” near the middle of the article.]

Young, Laurence R.  Artificial Gravity for Human Missions.   HTML 

Young, Laurence R.  Neurovestibular Aspects of Artificial Gravity Created by Short-Radius Centrifugation.   HTML