Browse Publications Technical Papers 2004-01-2469
2004-07-19

ATV Thermal Control System 2004-01-2469

The Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) Thermal Control System (TCS) has the task to ensure the required internal environment at level of pressurized module and to thermally control the not pressurised modules and installed equipment, using passive and active control means, in response to the relevant applicable requirements.
The ATV vehicle is assially subdivided into three main modules: the Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC), the Equipped Avionics Bay (EAB) and the Equipped Propulsion Bay (EPB).
Each of these modules present elaborated and specific thermal design solutions, to satisfy the different required operative tasks.
The extensive thermal analysis campaign performed at ATV vehicle level and in progress for the next Qualification Review (QR) to justify and support the thermal control design solutions and verification status is described.
On the basis of the requirements and general definition guidelines for the TCS functions and design, the main ATV thermal control design solutions are detailed.

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