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    Title: TUUSAT-1微衛星熱控系統之分析與設計 : 被動式磁棒
    Other Titles: The thermal control system of microsatellite, TUUSAT-1, which employed the passive magnetic attitude control system
    Authors: 李耀宗;Li, Yao-tsung
    Contributors: 淡江大學機械與機電工程學系碩士班
    洪祖昌;Hong, Zuu-chang
    Keywords: 熱控制;塗層性質;微衛星;thermal control;coating;Microsatellite
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 06:18:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 微衛星熱控制技術是控制衛星內部及外部熱交換過程中,使其熱平衡溫度能維持在衛星元件與材料的容許範圍的技術。
    Satellite thermal control is the technology which controls the thermal exchange process of inside and outside, and makes the thermal equilibrium temperature of satellite device and material maintain within a tolerated boundary.
    My summery which is 25cm³ cubic collocating with the need of satellite missions uses passive magnetic spin way, and utilizes the analysis pattern of Thermal Network Method and Numerical Analysis to get the satellite temperature of non-linear equation. Moreover, by using passive thermal control to make satellite device operate properly under safe temperature; by hypothesizing different satellite changing elements such as inclination, height and spin speed to calculate the temperature changing situation between inside and outside and providing satellite temperature reference for different missions demanding in the future.
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