Thermal Modeling Issues Concerning the Mechanically Pumped Two-Phase CO2 Cooling for the AMS-2 Tracker 2002-01-2466
This paper discusses the thermal modeling activities as a design and development tool for the Tracker Thermal Control System, the mechanically pumped, carbon dioxide thermal management system for the AMS-2 Silicon Tracker. Main modeling topics are: radiator sizing and condenser development, set-point control and pre-heating issues with respect to the spatial and temporal temperature gradient requirements of the Tracker.
Citation: Woering, A., Pauw, A., de Vries, A., Delil, A. et al., "Thermal Modeling Issues Concerning the Mechanically Pumped Two-Phase CO2 Cooling for the AMS-2 Tracker," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-2466, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-2466. Download Citation
A.A. Woering, A. Pauw, A.W.G. de Vries, A.A.M. Delil, B. Verlaat
National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, The Netherlands
International Conference On Environmental Systems
Simulation and modeling
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