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December 2000

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Third International Conference on

Spacecraft Propulsion 10-13 October 2000 Cannes, France

Organised by: Le Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) and The European Space Agency (ESA)

European Spate Agen

5

NASA Technology Investments in Electric Propulsion: New Directions in the New Millennium J. Sankovic et al.

7

Electric Propulsion Subsystem Development and Application in Russia G. Popov et al.

21

An Overview of Electric and Advanced Propulsion Activities in Japan K. Komurasaki et al.

27

Chemical Spacecraft Propulsion in ESA: Current Activities /. Kalsch

41

European Activities in Electric Propulsion G. Saccoccia

49

An Overview of the CNES Propulsion Program A. Cadiou

65

Electric and Chemical Propulsion at Alcatel Space P. Garnero et al.

73

Electric Propulsion Activities for Eurostar 3000 J-M. Stephan

81

Session 1: Chemical Propulsion Systems The Design, Development and In-orbit Performance of a Propulsion System for The SNAP-1 Nanosatellite D. Gibbon et al.

91

The Propulsion Subsystem of the CNES Microsatellite Product Line R. Salome

99

Suppression of Propellant Shift in the Cluster II Propulsion Subsystem M. Griffiths

107

IV

Spacecraft Propulsion Systems - An Overview of Fiat Avio Activities L. De Rose et al.

117

MON and MMH Pressure Surges for a Simplified Propellant Feed System C. Leca et al.

125

Propellant Gauging Method Applied on Astrium SAS Telecommunication Satellite L. Brouard et al.

131

Hydrazine Propulsion Systems with a Micropump F. Dugue et al.

139

A Generic Approach for Propulsion System Simulation. Application to Astrium Projects P. Cheoux-Damas et al. ESA Online Propulsion System and Component Database J. Herholz et al.

147

155

Session 2: Electric Propulsion Systems Plasma Propulsion Subsystem Lifetest - Alcatel X. Ragot and N. Mattei

167

Numerical Simulation of Xenon Mass Transfer S. d 'Halewyn et al.

173

Space Propulsion Activities at Centrospazio M. Andrenucci

179

Researching of Electric Propulsion Quick Start Problem for a Spacecraft Orientation System A. Loyan et al. x

181

Session 3: Advanced Propulsion Concepts A Fusion Propulsion System for Rapid Deep Space Missions T. Kammash

191

Single and Opposed-cavity Solar Thermal Thrusters Made of Single Crystal Tungsten H. Sahara et al.

195

Low-Power Solid-State Microwave Thruster Systems M. Micci

203

Numerical Computation of CW-laser Thruster Flows P. Molina-Morales et al.

211

V

The Concept of a Rocket Engine Using CO2/Metal Propellant for Mars Sample Return Missions /. Gokalp and E. Shafirovich

219

New Generation of Silicon Based Microthrusters for Space Application C. Rossi et al.

229

Space Propulsion by Laser for the Future A. Lebehot et al.

235

Session 4.1: Chemical Thrusters Earth Storable Bipropellant Thrusters for Geostationary Spacecraft G. Madhavan Nair et al.

245

Development of a Low-Cost 22N Thruster U. Gotzig

255

Catalytic Decomposition of Different Monopropellants R. Eloirdi et al.

263

Characterization in Endurance of the SNECMA IN Hydrazine Thruster C. Pavoine et al.

271

Properties of Supersonic Cold Gas Jets for Space Probe Moving A. Lebehot et al.

277

Session 4.2: Hall Thrusters An Overview of Plasma oscillations in Hall Thrusters E. Choueiri

287

Investigations of Low Frequency Oscillation Phenomena in a Hall Thruster T. Miyasaka et al.

305

Transients During Stationary Plasma Thruster Start-Up B. Arkhipov et al.

311

Transient Excitation and Behavior of a Closed Electron Drift Plasma Thrusters M. Prioul et al.

.317

1-D Performance Analysis of a Hall Thruster E. Ahedo et al.

323

Recent Results on Plasma Thrusters In France M. Lyszyk et al.

331

VI

PPS 1350 Plasma Thruster Subsystem Life Test P. Dumazert and S Lagardere-Verdier

341

Operating Conditions and Plasma Study of an ATON-class Hall thruster S. Roche et al.

351

Ion Energy Measurement of a D-55 Hall Thruster V. Garkusha et al.

359

Effects of the Secondary Electronic Emission on the Sheath Phenomenon in a Hall Thruster L. Jolivet and J.F. Roussel

367

Influence of the Plasma-wall Interactions on the Operation of Hall Thrusters K. Makowski et al.

377

Simulation of Plasma Dynamics in SPT A. Bishaev et al.

385

Low-power Hall Thruster with Specific Impulse up to 2000 Seconds and Above M. Belikov et al.

393

Small SPT Unit Development and Tests B. Arkhipov et al.

399

Session 4.3: Ion Thrusters The Potential Future Capabilities of Gridded Ion Thrusters D. Fearn

404

Grid Lifetime Model of a 3-grid Ion Engine M. Nakano and T. Tachibana

413

RF Ion Thruster Design Software Based on Numerical Modelling M. Closs

419

TheRIT15 Ion Engines - A Survey of the Present State of Radio Frequency Ion Thruster Technology and its Future Potentiality H. Leiter et al.

423

RITA Ion Propulsion for ARTEMIS - Lifetime Test Results R. Killinger et al.

433

Status of the RIT-XT High Performance RF-ion Thruster Development R. Killinger et al.

443

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Jets and Sprays Emitted from Colloid Thrusters: Experiments and Modeling P. Lozano and M. Martinez-Sanchez

451

The Results of Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Low-Power Ion Thruster with Slit-Type Acceleration System 0. Gorshkov et al.

459

Design Status of Engineering Model of Microwave Discharge Electrostatic Thruster S. Satori et al

467

Micronewton Indium FEEP thrusters W. Steiger et al.

475

Session 4.4: MPD, Arcjet, PPT Numerical Analysis on Performance Improvement of Arcjet Thruster Using Applied Field T. Fujiwara et al.

485

Numerical Simulation of Coaxial Applied Field Magnetoplasmadynamic Thruster Configurations P. Nikrityuk and M. Auweter-Kurtz

493

Numerical Tools for the Simulation of the APPT behaviour: Arc Generation and Plasma Flow S. Elaskar et al.

501

High Efficiency Ablative Pulsed Plasma Thruster Characteristics N. Antropov et al.

509

Session 5: Propulsion Components Pyrovalves "Evolution" E. Le Floch et al.

519

Industrialisation of ATV Latch Valves (Low Pressure High Flow & Low Pressure Low Flow) E. Benoit and F. Lagier

527

The PEPT-230 Micro-satellite Propellant Tank Development D. Hasan et al.

535

New High Pressure Tank for Xenon Storage C. Le Floe 'h et al.

543

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Correlations Between Neutral Buoyancy Tests and CFD C. Figus and L. Ounougha

547

Update of Cold Gas Propulsion at MOOG R. Bzibziak

553

Power Supply and Control Equipment for Russian Stationary Plasma Thrusters for Propulsion Systems of Geostationary Communication Satellites V. Kim et al.

561

Development and Testing of Electronic Pressure Regulator (EPR) Assembly E. Freidl and W. Miiller

565

Development and Testing of the GOCE Proportional Xenon Feed System C. Edwards and D. Mundy

571

Proportional Flow Control Valve (PFCV) for Electric Propulsion Systems E. Bushway and R. Perini

579

The Hollow Cathode - A Versatile Component of Electric Thrusters D. Fearn and S. Patterson

587

Oxide Hollow Cathode Assembly for PPS1350 J.P. Bugeat et al.

595

High Power Processing Unit for Stationary Plasma Thruster H. Declercq et al.

601

Session 6: Spacecraft/thruster Interactions Spacecraft/thrusters Interaction: New Models for Chemical Propulsion C. Theroude et al.

609

Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Plumes Interacting with Satellite Walls J. Allegre et al.

619

Heat Transfer Measurements on a Plate Adjacent to a Bipropellant Thruster G. Dettleff

627

Dynamic Action of Hall Thruster's Jet on Spacecraft's Solar Arrays B. Arkhipov et al.

635

Spacecraft Contamination by Sputtered Products of the SPT Ceramic Isolator S. Khartov et al.

639

"Escape" Software Modeling Package for Forecasting the Electrostatic Charging of a Satellite with Electric Propulsion in the Ionosphere of Earth A. Plokhikh et al.

645

IX

Electric Propulsion Systems as Contributors of Microwave Interference Radiation K. Kirdyashev

653

The SMART-1 Electric Propulsion Diagnostic Package G. Matticari et al.

661

The Estimation of the Torque and Forces Arising due to Interaction of the Exhaust Plume with S/C Body A.G. Korsun

669

Plasma Plume/Spacecraft Interaction. State of the Art in Investigation Methodology E. Tverdokhlebova and A.G. Korsun

675

Modelling and Experimental Verification of Hall and Ion Thrusters at ESTEC M. Tajmar et al.

683

Plume Effects in Plasma Propulsion, an Overview of CNES Activities F. Damon

693

Session 7: Applications to New Missions Electric Propulsion for ESA Scientific and Earth Observation Missions J. Gonzalez et al.

703

Toward a Unified System Design for Future Missions with Electric Propulsion S. Geffroy et al.

711

Advanced Hall Electric Propulsion for Future In-Space Transportation.. S. Oleson and J. Sankovic

717

Preliminary Design of a Multi-purpose Space Platform for Missions to the Sun, Internal Planets of Solar System A. Glukhov

727

Control Strategies for Orbit Maintenance of Leo Small Satellites with FEEP S. Marcuccio et al.

733

FEEP Propulsion System for Microsatellites P. Bianco

741

RITA for Drag Compensation on GOCE H. Bassner et al.

749

Application of Pulsed Plasma Thrusters for Small Satellites N. Antropov et al.

757

Development of Propulsion Units for Small Spacecraft B. A. Arkhipov et al.

763

X

The GRACE Cold Gas Attitude and Orbit Control System M. Schelkle

769

Session 8: In-flight Experience TDF2 Satellite Propulsion System Passivation N. Fillet et al.

779

Session 9: Ground Testing Ion Energy, Ion Velocity and Thrust Vector Measurements for the SPT-140 Hall Thruster /. Pollard and E. Beiting

789

Laser Induced Fluorescence Measurements in Xenon Plasma Thrusters N. Dorval et al.

797

A High Power Electric Propulsion Test Facility M. Andrenucci et al.

799

Development of a Thrust Balance in the Micronewton Range J.P. Marque et al.

807

Poster session Numerical Modeling of the Behaviour of High Pressure Vessel Under an Hypervelocity Impact C. Maveyraud et al.

811

The Advanced Propulsion Concept of Minimal Cost Flights in Both Close and Deep Space x V. Vinogradov and V. Murashko

817

i

Impact of Near Wall Processes on Performance of Hall Thruster A. Zhakupov et al.

825

Hall Thruster with a Sectioned Conducting Channel A. Zhakupov et al.

827

Predicting Life of Kapton Coating Impinged by SPT Plasma Jet V. Arbatsky

829

Experimental Investigation of the Alternative Propellants for Stationary Plasma Thruster S. Khartov et al.

833

XI

Reactivity in Phase Vapor of Methylhydrazine in Synthetic Air H. Delalu et al.

837

Theoretical Design of Arcjet Nozzle for Effective Gas Acceleration A. Rybakov and S. Nesterenko

841

Distribution of Liquid Droplet Phase in Low-thrust Rocket Engine Plumes A. Nadiradze

845

Microwave Diagnostics of Plasma-wall Interaction in SPT Accelerating Chamber K. Kirdyashev and V. Brukhty

849

Analysis of Factors Influencing the SPT Starting Discharge Process S. Oghienko and A. Rybakov

855

Particle Simulation of the Main Chamber of a Kaufman-type Ion Thruster M. Jugroot and J. Harvey

861

Investigation of Local Plasma Parameter Distributions Along the SPT Accelerating Channel Under Different External Electric Circuit Parameters V. Kim et al.

865

Use of Electric Propulsion for Compensation of Atmospheric Drag Acceleration During Experiments on Space Materials Science A. Feonychev et al.

869

Measurements of Ion Velocity at the Exit of a Plasma Thruster by "Large" Probe A. Bugrova et al. ;

873

Spectral Characteristics of SPT-ATON Plasma Radiation A. Bishaev et al.

877

Investigation of Plasma Local Parameters in Near-Wall Field of Channel of Stationary Plasma Thruster of ATON Type (SPT-ATON) x A. Bugrova et al. \

881

Simplified Two-dimensional Model of Hall Thrusters L. Garrigues et al.

885

Modeling of the Plume of a Stationary Plasma Thruster J. Bareilles et al.

889

Effect of the Plasma Inhomogeneity on Ion Thruster Grid Performance M. Tartz et al.

893

Measurements of Xenon Ion Velocities of the SPT-140 Using Laser Induced Fluorescence E. Beiting and J. Pollard

897

xu UPS and PPS Effects on Satellites V. Perrin et al. -

901

Semi-empirical Method for Evaluation of a Xenon Operating Hall Thruster Erosion Rate Through Analysis of its Emission Spectra G. Karabadzhak et al.

909

Miniaturized Flow Control Valves J. Benoit

913

Demonstration A Software Tool for the Performance Evaluation of Spacecraft Propulsion Systems P. Erichsen

921

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