Research and Testing Experimental Thermal Vacuum Stand TVK-2,5

1Poshtarenko, Yu.A, 1Rassamakin, BM, 1Sydorenko, Yu.M, 1Khominich, VI, 1Shevchenko, MD
1National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine
Space Sci. & Technol. 2020, 26 ;(6):023-026
Publication Language: Ukrainian
We present additional design features of the upgraded stand TVK-2,5, which provides a physical imitation of the complex effect on the object of the main factors of outer space, namely, deep vacuum, cryogenic temperatures, solar and terrestrial radiation, a high degree of absorption of thermal radiation by the external environment. The stand can be used to implement the internal heat release of the object and the dynamics of the object passing a given orbit.
Keywords: 5, cryogenic temperatures, heat release, infrared radiation, on-site tests, pumping efficiency, radiation, space factors, thermal-vacuum stand TVK-2, vacuum
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