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Space Engineering
Welcome back!In the last two posts, we’ve introduced you to the first steps and calculations of how to calculate mission specified propulsion system parameters. We know it’s been a lot of information so, thank you for sticking with us!Let’s start with designing the other subsystems that facilitate the accurate functioning of the satellite propulsion system....
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Human beings are curious about everything that’s happening in the world at all times. Satellites play a big role when it comes to sharing and accessing information worldwide. In the media, we hear a lot of buzz around the global applications of satellites but have you ever wondered how a satellite propulsion system is modelled?...
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Document-Driven-Engineering
Did you know that most satellites are being built with Excel? Or that engineers spend 86% of their time updating documents and searching for information? It’s about time to approach the way of engineering from a different angle. In complex hardware engineering projects, there are usually three different kinds of engineering data that must be...
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Digital Mission Engineering and Data Driven Systems Engineering
Digital Engineering transformation is all the rage today. It is helping conventional industries establish a development lifecycle with improved agility, quality, and efficiency. The benefits of this transformation are more pronounced in industry sectors dealing with complex systems and longer development times like defence and space technology. Clearly, the transformation is proportionally (even exponentially) more...
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Mini Series: Designing a Satellite for Dummies Are you an aspiring aerospace engineer, a space enthusiast, a parent checking your child’s homework or simply interested in the specifics of how to design certain satellite parts? Then this is the place to be. In this mini series we will go through the basics of designing and...
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