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19
Dec

How to calculate Mission Specified Propulsion System Parameters – Part III

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....
06
Dec

How to calculate Mission Specified Propulsion System Parameters – Part II

In the last post we’ve left you with the thrust calculations but did you think about the condition Pe=Pa? And that the thrust is maximum and the nozzle is said to be adapted? This condition is called optimum or correct expansion. At high-temperature, flow is exhausted and it expands against the walls of the nozzle...
01
Aug

How To (IV): Size an Attitude Control System

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...
29
Jul

How to (III): Calculate Satellite Disturbance Torques

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...
24
Jul

How to (II): Size a satellite Battery

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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