Means of measurement of heat flows in thermal vacuum research and testing of products of space engineering
|1Poshtarenko, Yu.A, 1Rassamakin, BM, 1Rogachov, VA, 1Khominich, VI, 1Shevchenko, MD |
1National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine
|Space Sci. & Technol. 2022, 28 ;(1):51-60|
|Publication Language: Ukrainian|
We present the results of the comparative analysis of the characteristics of the domestic-made heat flux sensor PTP-1B with widely used foreign-made area sensor FOA-020. The conditions are typical to the ground-based thermovacuum research and testing of space technology products, conducted in the absence of validated converter-sensors of the aggregated heat flux within the density range of up to 2000 W/sq. m and a spectral range of 0.2 - 20 µm.
Experimental studies were performed in a thermal vacuum chamber of the experimental stand TEC-2.5 at the temperature of its internal surfaces of 20 0C. Recommendations regarding the possible use of the PTP-1B sensor as a working instrument of measurements in monitoring and diagnostic systems during the processes of ground testing of space technology objects are given
|Keywords: external infrared radiation, ground-based experimental testing of space technology products, heat flow sensor, heat flux density, own temperature of the sensor, thermal vacuum tests|
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