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Solar probe based autonomous solar tracker system-A review
The energy source which is becoming very popular nowadays is a sustainable energy source, because of the high cost and extinction of conventional fuels. One of the examples of renewable sources is solar energy. Solar energy is profusely in nature and inexhaustible energy resources around the world. The main challenge in the solar field is the less amount of solar energy captured by photovoltaic (PV) systems. To increase the efficiency of the solar power generation system we n ...
Kumar, Sarvesh; Pal, Ankur; Singh, Pallavi; Mittal, Sudhanshu; Kumar, Yatendra;
Published by: 2021 International Conference on Advance Computing and Innovative Technologies in Engineering, ICACITE 2021 Published on:
Photovoltaic cells; Solar energy; Solar power plants; Parker Engineering
Identifying and Mitigating Barriers to the Adoption of Dynamic Radioisotope Power Systems for Space Flight
Given increasing complexity of many safety-critical systems, many organizations like NASA need to identify when, where, and how inappropriate perceptions of risk and anchoring of trust affect technology development and acceptance, primarily from the perspective of engineers and related management. Using the adoption of Dynamic Radioisotope Power Systems (RPS) for space exploration as a backdrop, we define and explain factors that contribute to inappropriate risk perception of various stakeholders. Three case studies (Mars Sc ...
Brummel, Scott; Ostdiek, Paul; Woerner, Dave; Hibbard, Kenneth; Stofan, Ellen; Zakrajsek, June; Cummings, Mary;
Published by: IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings Published on:
YEAR: 2019   DOI: 10.1109/AERO.2019.8742171
Budget control; Martian surface analysis; NASA; Nuclear batteries; Planning; Probes; Radioisotopes; Safety engineering; Solar energy; Space flight; Parker Engineering
Solar probe plus solar array cooling system T-Vac test
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, is designing and building the Solar Probe Plus (SPP) spacecraft and managing the project for NASA s Living with a Star (LWS) program. The main objectives of the SPP mission are to understand the Sun s coronal magnetic field, the causes of solar corona and solar wind heating and acceleration, and the mechanisms of energetic particles acceleration and transportation. To achieve these objectives, the SPP spacecraft needs to make in-situ measurements in ...
Published by: 28th Space Simulation Conference - Extreme Environments: Pushing the Boundaries Published on:
Cooling systems; Interplanetary flight; NASA; Probes; Software testing; Solar energy; Spacecraft; Thermoelectric equipment; Waste heat; Parker Engineering
Thermal design for high-temperature high-irradiance testing of space solar panel components
Emcore has been performing High Intensity High Temperature (HIHT) tests on covered, interconnected cell (CIC) assemblies. End-of-life performance of spacecraft solar panels depends to a great extent on changes in the optical properties of the CICs coverglass adhesive during the mission. An important change in silicone coverglass adhesives is observed as degradation of short wavelength transmission, often called darkening or yellowing . This is understood to be driven by exposure to high intensity UV and by exposure to el ...
Blumenfeld, Philip; Boca, Andreea; Sharps, Paul; Russell, Dennis; Ogawa, Hiroyuki; Toyota, Hiroyuki;
Published by: Conference Record of the IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference Published on:
Adhesives; Heat radiation; Optical properties; Predictive analytics; Silicones; Solar energy; Temperature control; Test facilities; Parker Engineering
Solar Probe Plus mission overview
Solar Probe Plus will be the first mission to pass into the solar corona to study how the corona is heated and the solar wind is accelerated. Solving these two fundamental mysteries has been a top-priority science goal for over five decades. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, is managing the mission for NASA s Living with a Star Program, including the development, build, and operation of the spacecraft. SPP will launch in 2018, performing 24 orbits of the Sun over a 7-year duration. ...
Reynolds, Edward; Driesman, Andrew; Kinnison, James; Lockwood, Mary; Hill, Patrick;
Published by: AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GNC) Conference Published on:
Carbon; Foams; Heat shielding; Interplanetary flight; NASA; Probes; Solar cell arrays; Solar energy; Spacecraft; Temperature; Thermal insulating materials; Parker Engineering