DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HYPER-THERMAL ATOMIC OXYGEN WIND TUNNEL FACILITYCitation formats

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  • Rachel Lyons
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  • Claire Huyton
  • Luciana Sinpetru
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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HYPER-THERMAL ATOMIC OXYGEN WIND TUNNEL FACILITY. / Abrao Oiko, Vitor Toshiyuki; Roberts, Peter; Edmondson, Steve; Worrall, Stephen; Haigh, Sarah; Smith, Katharine; Crisp, Nicholas; Lyons, Rachel; Livadiotti, Sabrina; Huyton, Claire; Sinpetru, Luciana; et al.

ISME Conference. 2019.

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Abrao Oiko, VT, Roberts, P, Edmondson, S, Worrall, S, Haigh, S, Smith, K, Crisp, N, Lyons, R, Livadiotti, S, Huyton, C, Sinpetru, L & et al. 2019, DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HYPER-THERMAL ATOMIC OXYGEN WIND TUNNEL FACILITY. in ISME Conference. ISMSE 2019: International Symposium on Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Shanghai, China, 10/10/19.

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title = "DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HYPER-THERMAL ATOMIC OXYGEN WIND TUNNEL FACILITY",
abstract = "A hyper-thermal orbital aerodynamics test facility is described. The Rarefied Orbital Aerodynamics Research facility (ROAR) is a dedicated apparatus designed to simulate the atmospheric flow in very low Earth orbits (VLEO) to investigate the impact different material properties have on gas-surface interactions, and determine the aerodynamic properties of materials from the reemitted gas distribution. The main characteristics observed in VLEO to be reproduced are the free molecular flow regime and the flux of oxygen atoms at orbital velocities impinging on the spacecraft surface. This is accomplished by combining an ultra-high vacuum system with a hyper-thermal oxygen atoms generator. Materials performance will be assessed via a scattering experiment in which an atomic oxygen beam is incident on the surface of a test sample and the scattered species are recorded by mass spectrometers. The design of the experiment is discussed, from the specification of the vacuum components to the generation of oxygen atoms and their detection.",
author = "{Abrao Oiko}, {Vitor Toshiyuki} and Peter Roberts and Steve Edmondson and Stephen Worrall and Sarah Haigh and Katharine Smith and Nicholas Crisp and Rachel Lyons and Sabrina Livadiotti and Claire Huyton and Luciana Sinpetru and {et al.}",
year = "2019",
month = "1",
day = "29",
language = "English",
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AU - Abrao Oiko, Vitor Toshiyuki

AU - Roberts, Peter

AU - Edmondson, Steve

AU - Worrall, Stephen

AU - Haigh, Sarah

AU - Smith, Katharine

AU - Crisp, Nicholas

AU - Lyons, Rachel

AU - Livadiotti, Sabrina

AU - Huyton, Claire

AU - Sinpetru, Luciana

AU - et al.,

PY - 2019/1/29

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N2 - A hyper-thermal orbital aerodynamics test facility is described. The Rarefied Orbital Aerodynamics Research facility (ROAR) is a dedicated apparatus designed to simulate the atmospheric flow in very low Earth orbits (VLEO) to investigate the impact different material properties have on gas-surface interactions, and determine the aerodynamic properties of materials from the reemitted gas distribution. The main characteristics observed in VLEO to be reproduced are the free molecular flow regime and the flux of oxygen atoms at orbital velocities impinging on the spacecraft surface. This is accomplished by combining an ultra-high vacuum system with a hyper-thermal oxygen atoms generator. Materials performance will be assessed via a scattering experiment in which an atomic oxygen beam is incident on the surface of a test sample and the scattered species are recorded by mass spectrometers. The design of the experiment is discussed, from the specification of the vacuum components to the generation of oxygen atoms and their detection.

AB - A hyper-thermal orbital aerodynamics test facility is described. The Rarefied Orbital Aerodynamics Research facility (ROAR) is a dedicated apparatus designed to simulate the atmospheric flow in very low Earth orbits (VLEO) to investigate the impact different material properties have on gas-surface interactions, and determine the aerodynamic properties of materials from the reemitted gas distribution. The main characteristics observed in VLEO to be reproduced are the free molecular flow regime and the flux of oxygen atoms at orbital velocities impinging on the spacecraft surface. This is accomplished by combining an ultra-high vacuum system with a hyper-thermal oxygen atoms generator. Materials performance will be assessed via a scattering experiment in which an atomic oxygen beam is incident on the surface of a test sample and the scattered species are recorded by mass spectrometers. The design of the experiment is discussed, from the specification of the vacuum components to the generation of oxygen atoms and their detection.

M3 - Conference contribution

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