Modelling of Structural Loads in Drag Augmented Space Debris Removal Concepts

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Resumé

A Self-deployable Deorbiting Space Structure (SDSS) is used for drag augmented space debris removal. A highly flexible frame allows for a folding of the structure by bifurcation. This research models the structural loads during the deployment and unfolding of the drag sail in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The Spacecraft travels with 7.8 km/s at deployment. As the drag sail unfolds instantaneously the structure must withstand the loads from the unfolding and the drag. Thermal loads are included in the FEA as the temperature varies from -80°C to +80°C during deorbit. The results are used to verify the structural integrity, reliability and prepare for approval tests prior to launch.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of NSCM 30 : The 30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics 25-27 October 2017
RedaktørerJan Høgsberg, Niels L. Pedersen
Udgivelses stedLyngby
ForlagDTU Mechanical Engineering
Publikationsdato2017
Sider100 -103
StatusUdgivet - 2017
Begivenhed30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics - Technical University of Denmark Anker Engelunds Vej 1, Bygning 101A 2800 Kgs. , Lyngby, Danmark
Varighed: 25 okt. 201727 okt. 2017
Konferencens nummer: 30

Konference

Konference30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics
Nummer30
LokationTechnical University of Denmark Anker Engelunds Vej 1, Bygning 101A 2800 Kgs.
LandDanmark
ByLyngby
Periode25/10/201727/10/2017
NavnProceedings of the Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, (NSCM)
Vol/bind2017
ISSN1652-8549

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Structural loads
Space debris
Drag
Structural integrity
Thermal load
Spacecraft
Orbits
Earth (planet)
Finite element method
Temperature

Bibliografisk note

Copyright © 2017 by Department of Mechanical Engineering

Emneord

  • Foldable structures
  • Spacecraft
  • CubeSat
  • Dynamic loads
  • Thermal loads
  • Applications
  • Computational Methods
  • PEEK
  • Austenitic stainless steel
  • Aluminum

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Kristensen, A. S., Nikolajsen, J. Á., & Lauridsen, P. R. (2017). Modelling of Structural Loads in Drag Augmented Space Debris Removal Concepts. I J. Høgsberg, & N. L. Pedersen (red.), Proceedings of NSCM 30: The 30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics 25-27 October 2017 (s. 100 -103). Lyngby: DTU Mechanical Engineering . Proceedings of the Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, (NSCM), Bind. 2017
Kristensen, Anders Schmidt ; Nikolajsen, Jan Ánike ; Lauridsen, Peter Riddersholm. / Modelling of Structural Loads in Drag Augmented Space Debris Removal Concepts. Proceedings of NSCM 30: The 30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics 25-27 October 2017. red. / Jan Høgsberg ; Niels L. Pedersen. Lyngby : DTU Mechanical Engineering , 2017. s. 100 -103 (Proceedings of the Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, (NSCM), Bind 2017).
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Modelling of Structural Loads in Drag Augmented Space Debris Removal Concepts. / Kristensen, Anders Schmidt; Nikolajsen, Jan Ánike; Lauridsen, Peter Riddersholm.

Proceedings of NSCM 30: The 30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics 25-27 October 2017. red. / Jan Høgsberg; Niels L. Pedersen. Lyngby : DTU Mechanical Engineering , 2017. s. 100 -103.

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