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효소의 토양경화성을 활용한 달 환경 건설자재 개발 기초 연구

Title
효소의 토양경화성을 활용한 달 환경 건설자재 개발 기초 연구
Other Titles
Development of enzyme-based solid materials fitted to a lunar environment
Author
김민정
Alternative Author(s)
Kim, Min Jung
Advisor(s)
이태식
Issue Date
2014-02
Publisher
한양대학교
Degree
Master
Abstract
Presently in 2013, the world is focusing on the exploration of the space and research for construction of base on the moon. Countries advanced in space science such as United, States, Russia, Japan and China are planning a mission for construction of base on the moon in 2020, and Korean government is also devoting time into research in space exploration, keeping in pace with other countries. Total of 15 government-funded research institutes including Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, and Korea Institute of Industrial Technology announced to prepare technologies required to carry out moon exploration missions by voluntarily investing 7.75 billion KRW from its own budget starting in 2014. Based on such technology of space exploration, South Korea aims for construction of moon bases through which promotion of space development industry may be encouraged, and ultimately serve as a chance to raise the statue of South Korea in the global space development market. To construct a moon base in moon's environment, a research in construction materials appropriate for the environment that considers the characteristics of environment on the moon which is distinguished from that of the Earth. This research is a basic research on the development of bricks that uses the enzymes from the soil from the moon, which is receiving much attention as the construction materials for moon base. The ultimate purpose of this study is to deduce the optimal ratios, curing period and conditions of enzyme bricks and to judge the possibility of development of construction materials for moon base through the use of enzymes through total of three steps: 1) reaction experiment with lunar simulant using the enzymes, 2) reaction experiment between the enzymes from different soils such as ordinary soil, fine soil, and lunar simulant, and 3) experimental production of enzyme bricks under the conditions of the moon.
URI
https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/131956http://hanyang.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000424467
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GRADUATE SCHOOL[S](대학원) > CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING(건설환경공학과) > Theses (Master)
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