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Study on Comparison of Atmospheric and Vacuum Environment of Thermally-Induced Vibration Using Vacuum Chamber
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 Title & Authors
Study on Comparison of Atmospheric and Vacuum Environment of Thermally-Induced Vibration Using Vacuum Chamber
Kong, Chang-Duk; Park, Hyun-Bum; Lee, Ha-Seaung;
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 Abstract
The present paper studies the thermally-induced vibration phenomenon of the flexible space boom structure. In order to simulate the thermally-induced vibration phenomenon of the flexible thin boom structure of the spacecraft with the attached tip mass in space, the thermally-induced vibration including thermal flutter is experimentally investigated at various thermal environments using a heating lamp in vacuum chamber. In this experimental study, fluctuating characteristics, natural frequency and thermal strains of the thermally-induced vibration are parametrically investigated at various thermal environment conditions. Finally the thermally-induced vibration of the flexible boom structure of the orbiting earth satellite in solar radiation environment from the earth eclipse region including umbra and penumbra is simulated using the power control of the heating lamp in the vacuum chamber.
 Keywords
Vacuum chamber;Thermally-induced vibration;Natural frequency;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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