Experimental and Numerical Investigation of ALTP-Sensors in High-Enthalpy Flows
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7 Research Items
April 2019 - December 2021
October 2017 - April 2018
TESAT Spacecom GmbH & Co. KG
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Atomic Layer Thermopiles (ALTP) are heat flux gauges capable of measuring wall heat fluxes in challenging high-enthalpy environments. The ALTP combines a high-frequency resolution up to the MHz-range with a linear characteristic over several orders of magnitude. In the scope of this work, a new generation of ALTPs with reduced film thicknesses are...
This paper elaborates on the principles behind and potential applications of the PAPELL experiment that is operated on the International Space Station. The "Pump Application using Pulsed Electromagnets for Liquid reLocation" experiment is a technology demonstrator for a non-mechanic pumping mechanism, based on ferrofluid and electromagnets. A ferro...
PAPELL ("Pump Application using Pulsed Electromagnets for Liquid reLocation") is a technology demonstration of a non-mechanical pumping mechanism currently in operation aboard the ISS. The teamwork of more than 30 students of the Small Satellite Student Society KSat e.V. with the support of the Institute of Space Systems of the University of Stuttg...
Bodengebundene Versuchsanlagen wie das Hochenthalpielabor München (HELM) spielen in der Erforschung hochenthalper Strömungsphänomene eine große Rolle. Seit Jahrzehnten steht dabei unter anderem die Untersuchung von laminar-turbulenter Transition in Hyperschallgrenzschichten im Fokus. Da die Stabilität von laminaren Grenzschichten sehr anfällig für...
A basic outline of the Pump Application using Pulsed Electromagnets for Liquid reLocation (PAPELL) experiment flight hardware is given. Basic functionality, experiment plans, mission boundary conditions and organization is described.