NPO Mashinostroyenia

Moscow, Russia

NPO Mashinostroyenia

Moscow, Russia

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Gauer M.,German Aerospace Center | Telitschkin D.,Airbus | Gotzig U.,Airbus | Batonneau Y.,University of Poitiers | And 4 more authors.
Acta Astronautica | Year: 2014

PRECISE focuses on the research and development of a MEMS-based monopropellant micro chemical propulsion system for highly accurate attitude control of satellites. The availability of such propulsion systems forms the basis for defining new mission concepts such as formation flying and rendezvous manoeuvres. These concepts require propulsion systems for precise attitude and orbit control manoeuvrability. Application-oriented aspects are addressed by two end-users who are planning a formation flying mission for which the propulsion system is crucial. Basic research is conducted aiming at improving crucial MEMS technologies required for the propulsion system. Research and development also focuses on the efficiency and reliability of critical system components. System analysis tools are enhanced to complement the development stages. Finally, the propulsion system will be tested in a simulated space vacuum environment. These experiments will deliver data for the validation of the numerical models. © 2013 IAA.


Gauer M.,German Aerospace Center | Telitschkin D.,Airbus | Gotzig U.,Airbus | Hannemann K.,German Aerospace Center | And 6 more authors.
49th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference | Year: 2013

This paper gives an overview on preliminary results of the project PRECISE. PRECISE focuses on the research and development of a MEMS-based monopropellant micro Chemical Propulsion System (μCPS) for highly accurate attitude control of satellites. Space mission concepts like formation flying, advanced robotic missions and rendezvous maneuvers require propulsion systems for precise attitude and orbit control maneuverability. Within PRECISE, research is conducted aiming at improving crucial MEMS technologies required for the propulsion system. Research and development also focuses on the efficiency and reliability of critical system components. Currently, the individual components of the prototype are being manufactured and assembled. The diagnostic tools for the plume and the thrust measurements are assembled and ready to be tested. The preparations for the final hot firing tests have started. Finally, the μCPS prototype will be tested in a simulated space vacuum environment. These experiments will deliver data for the validation of the numerical models implemented in the DLR TAU CFD code.


Gauer M.,German Aerospace Center | Telitschkin D.,Airbus | Gotzig U.,Airbus | Batonneau Y.,CNRS Poitiers Institute of Chemistry: Materials and Natural Resources | And 4 more authors.
48th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit 2012 | Year: 2012

PRECISE focuses on the research and development of a MEMS-based monopropellant micro Chemical Propulsion System (μCPS) for highly accurate attitude control of satellites. The availability of μCPS forms the basis for defining new mission concepts such as formation flying, advanced robotic missions and rendezvous maneuvers. These concepts require propulsion systems for precise attitude and orbit control maneuverability. Basic research will be conducted aiming at improving crucial MEMS technologies required for the propulsion system. Research and development will also focus on the efficiency and reliability of critical system components. System analysis tools will be enhanced to complement the development stages. In addition, application-oriented aspects will be addressed by two endusers who are planning a formation flying mission for which the propulsion system is crucial. Finally, the μCPS will be tested in a simulated space vacuum environment. These experiments will deliver data for the validation of the numerical models. © 2012 by DLR - German Aerospace Center.


Lopatin S.I.,Saint Petersburg State University | Stolyarova V.L.,Saint Petersburg State University | Sevast'yanov V.G.,RAS Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry | Nosatenko P.Ya.,NPO Mashinostroyenia | And 3 more authors.
Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry | Year: 2012

Silicon evaporation has been investigated by high-temperature mass spectrometry, and the saturation vapor pressure of silicon over its melt has been determined over the temperature range from 1739 and 2326 K. The saturation vapor pressure data obtained via silicon evaporation from Knudsen cells made of molybdenum, tungsten, molybdenum disilicide-lined molybdenum, and graphite silicided by the gas-phase method are compared. Among these materials, silicided graphite is the most inert toward silicon vapor. The silicon partial pressures measured in the silicided graphite cell are close to the recommended values. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2012.


Zelenyi L.M.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Gurevich A.V.,RAS Lebedev Physical Institute | Klimov S.I.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Angarov V.N.,Russian Academy of Sciences | And 29 more authors.
Cosmic Research | Year: 2014

This paper describes the scientific goals and design developments of the Chibis microsatellite platform and the Groza scientific equipment, which are aimed at studying new physical mechanisms of high-altitude electrical discharges in the atmosphere. A description of the Groza scientific equipment is presented, which is a united flying instrument that determines the basic requirements for the Chibis-M microsatellite. The problems of ground training of the space experiment, methods of launching the microsatellite in the ISS infrastructure into orbit, and command and telemetry control in flight, as well as the first scientific results, are presented. © 2014 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


Pavlenko V.I.,Belgorod State University | Epifanovskii I.S.,NPO Mashinostroyenia | Yastrebinskii R.N.,Belgorod State University | Kuprieva O.V.,Belgorod State University
Inorganic Materials: Applied Research | Year: 2011

The possibility of synthesis of filled metallooligomer powders on the basis of lead ethylsiliconate is considered by a method of heterophase interaction, in siloksan chains of which chemically bound lead with a high concentration of atoms of lead is contained. Thermoplastic constructional composite materials for radiation protection on the basis of a polystyrene polymeric matrix modified by waterproof oligomer lead polyethylsiliconate are obtained. Physicomechanical and radiation-protective characteristics of the developed polymeric composites are studied. © 2011 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

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