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Stationary plasma thruster evaluation in Russia
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|Statement||John R. Brophy.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-192823., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-192823.|
|Contributions||Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.)|
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"Three-Dimensional Particle Simulations of Ion-Optics Plasma Flow and Grid Erosion," Journal of Propulsion and Po 6, (). Parks, D. E. and Katz, I., "Asymptotic Magnetic Field Expansion in Mini-Magnetospheric Plasma Propulsion," Journal of Spacecraft and Rock 4, . Stationary plasma thrusters are attractive electric propulsion systems for spacecrafts. The usual propellant is xenon. Among the other suggested propellants, krypton could be one of the best candidates. Most studies have been carried out with a Hall effect thruster previously designed for xenon. The ATON A-3 developed by MSTU MIREA (Moscow) initially defined for xenon has been optimized for.
Artzimovich L A et al Development of the stationary plasma thruster (SPT) and its testing on ‘Meteor satellite’Kosmicheskie Issledovaniya XII  Arkhipov B A, Vinogradov V N, Kozubsky K N, Kudryavtsev S S, Maslennikov N A and Murashko V M Development and application of electric thrusters at EDB Fakel 25th Int. Electric. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Introduction A stationary plasma thruster (SPT, or Hall Thruster) is an electromagnetic thruster whose properties make it especially suitable for applications such as satellite station-keeping. Fig. 1 represents schematically the geometry of the SPT. Xenon is injected from the anode (rate on the order of 5mg/s), at.
Only about a dozen proof-of-concept missions were executed such as the American SERT-1 () to flight-prove ion engines, the Russian Zond-2 () to flight-prove pulsed plasma thrusters (PPTs), and the Russian Meteor 1–10 () to flight-prove Hall thrusters. thrusters, similar to a US commercial rocket company. Also participating in the evaluation were representatives from the academic community including A. Morozov, from the Kurchatov Atomic Energy Institute, responsible for the initial design of the Stationary Plasma Thruster. The findings of the team.
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The unique performance capabilities of the stationary plasma thruster, along with claims that more than fifty of the W thrusters have been flown in space on Russian spacecraft, attracted the Author: John R Brophy.
A team of electric propulsion specialists from U.S. government laboratories experimentally evaluated the performance of a kW Stationary Plasma Thruster (SPT) at the Scientific Research Institute of Thermal Processes in Moscow and at 'Fakel' Enterprise in Kaliningrad, Russia.
The evaluation was performed using a combination of U.S. and Russian instrumentation and indicated Cited by: Stationary plasma thruster evaluation in Russia. By John R.
Brophy. Get PDF (2 MB) Abstract. A team of electric propulsion specialists from U.S. government laboratories experimentally evaluated the performance of a kW Stationary Plasma Thruster (SPT) at the Scientific Research Institute of Thermal Processes in Moscow and at 'Fakel Author: John R.
Brophy. In spacecraft propulsion, a Hall-effect thruster (HET) is a type of ion thruster in which the propellant is accelerated by an electric field.
Hall-effect thrusters use a magnetic field to limit the electrons' axial motion and then use them to ionize propellant, efficiently accelerate the ions to produce thrust, and neutralize the ions in the -effect thrusters (based on the discovery.
Conclusion. The mechanisms of electron transport in a Stationary Plasma Thruster are still not clearly understood and numerical or theoretical models cannot at this moment state whether the measured conductivity in this device is due to electron-wall collisions or to field by: 6.
stationary plasma thruster (SPT); spacecraft (S/C) Introduction As it is known , SPT’s had started to operate in space in and since that time they are regularly used for the spacecrafts (S/C) orbit correction.
The main developer and producer of the flight SPT versions in Russia is Experimental Design Bureau (EDB) Fakel and by now over In literature, the thruster is reported as “plasma accelerator with closed electron drift and prolonged acceleration zone”.
The SPT was invented and developed to an advanced state by Morozov et al. at Kurchatov Institute, Russia (then USSR) during s. The SPT is a low thrust (up to mN) electric space-propulsion engine with high. Stationary plasma thrusters are ion thrusters whose properties make them especially suitable for satellite station keeping or orbit transfer.
In these thrusters, a magnetic field transverse to the electron flow towards the anode increases the electron collision frequency and makes possible the generation of a plasma at relatively low gas flow and gas density. Therefore, such devices are more frequently called “stationary plasma thrusters” (SPTs).
We will use this term throughout the paper. SPTs were designed in s from the basic idea of A. Morozov at the Kurchatov Atomic Energy Institute (AEI) (G. Shchepkin’s laboratory).
Belan N V, Kim V P, Oransky A I and Tikhonov V B Stationary Plasma Thrusters (Kharkov: Kharkov Aviation Institute) (in Russian) p  Garkusha V I, Lyapin E A, Semyenkin A V and Tverdokhlebov S O Anode layer thrusters, state-of-the-art and prospectives Proc. 23rd Int. Electric Propulsion Conf. (Seattle, WA, ) (Worthington, OH.
Stationary plasma thruster evaluation in Russia A team of electric propulsion specialists from U.S. government laboratories experimentally evaluated the performance of a kW Stationary Plasma Thruster (SPT) at the Scientific Research Institute of Thermal Processes in Moscow and at 'Fakel' Enterprise in Kaliningrad, Russia.
The evaluation was performed using a combination. over chemical thrusters. Sincemore than Hall thrusters have been ﬂown on Russian spacecraft, and more than 52 thrusters remain in operation.1 An increasing number of commercial and scientiﬁc space missions in Russia, the US, Europe, and Japan are planned with spacecraft using Hall thrusters.
Parametric investigation of stationary plasma thruster performance 5 December | Electrical Engineering, Vol. 90, No. 8 Comparison between particle simulation and measurements of a stationary plasma thruster plume.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Thrust generated by the XPT was on par with conventional Hall thrusters [stationary plasma thruster (SPT) or thruster with anode layer] at the same power level (~11 mN at W with 25% anode.
1. Introduction. Ablative pulsed plasma thrusters (APPTs) are non-stationary magneto-plasmadynamic thrusters and have been used for satellite attitude and orbit control since they were first flown in on the Russian ZOND2 mission.
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Russia Stationary Plasma Thruster (SPT) 33 Parameter SPT SPT SPT SPT Slot diameter, mm 50 70 Thrust input power, W Get this from a library.
Stationary plasma thruster evaluation in Russia: summary report. [John R Brophy; Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.)]. thrusters, Hall-effect thrusters (HETs), stationary plasma thrusters (SPTs), and magnetic-layer thrusters are all names for essentially the same device that is characterized by the use of a dielectric insulating wall in the plasma channel, as illustrated in Fig.
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Abstract: A team of electric propulsion specialists from U.S. government laboratories experimentally evaluated the performance of a kW Stationary Plasma Thruster. The interest in low‐power electric thrusters stimulated our research on a small stationary plasma thruster.
The first results on the dependence of the thrust, the discharge current, the ion current, and the axial electron current on gas flow are reported. It was also shown that the drop of the discharge current with magnetic field is strongly affected by the emission current of the filament.Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Stationary Plasma Thruster Contributions to Plasma Physics, Vol.
47, No. Determination of the electron anomalous mobility through measurements of turbulent magnetic field in Hall thrusters.Pulsed plasma thrusters are ideal for applications in small spacecraft for attitude control, precision spacecraft control, and low-thrust maneuvers.
Ablative PPTs using solid propellants provide mission benefits through system simplicity and high specific impulse. These systems exploit the natural properties of plasma to produce thrust and high.