Towards Validation of Battery Mission Lifetime for Nano-satellites: Fast, Cheap and Accurate Through a Representative Mission Profile

Vaclav Knap, Lars Kjelgaard Vestergaard, Daniel-Ioan Stroe

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Abstract

Satellites’ mission lifetime is limited by the lifetime of the battery. Thus, it is necessary to assess in advance on the ground that the applied battery design will support long-term commercial missions. So far, the applied approaches are either
over-simplified and cannot be used for long-term predictions, or they are too expensive (time wise or testing resources wise). A synthetic mission profile is developed in this work based on telemetry data, to create a representative profile considering real battery mission conditions and to allow for low cost and effective lifetime testing.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC)
Number of pages5
PublisherIEEE Press
Publication dateSep 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019
Event2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC) - Juan-les-Pins, France
Duration: 30 Sep 20194 Oct 2019

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Conference2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC)
CountryFrance
CityJuan-les-Pins
Period30/09/201904/10/2019

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Keywords

  • Battery
  • Nano-satellite
  • Mission profile

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Knap, Vaclav ; Kjelgaard Vestergaard, Lars ; Stroe, Daniel-Ioan. / Towards Validation of Battery Mission Lifetime for Nano-satellites: Fast, Cheap and Accurate Through a Representative Mission Profile. Proceedings of 2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC) . IEEE Press, 2019.
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Knap, V, Kjelgaard Vestergaard, L & Stroe, D-I 2019, Towards Validation of Battery Mission Lifetime for Nano-satellites: Fast, Cheap and Accurate Through a Representative Mission Profile. in Proceedings of 2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC) . IEEE Press, 2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC) , Juan-les-Pins, France, 30/09/2019. https://doi.org/10.1109/ESPC.2019.8931991

Towards Validation of Battery Mission Lifetime for Nano-satellites: Fast, Cheap and Accurate Through a Representative Mission Profile. / Knap, Vaclav; Kjelgaard Vestergaard, Lars; Stroe, Daniel-Ioan.

Proceedings of 2019 European Space Power Conference (ESPC) . IEEE Press, 2019.

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