Working Out of Heat Pipes for Low Temperature Radiative Cooling Systems for Space Optic Sensors 961603
The substantiation of heat pipe usage in passive radiative cooling systems on temperature level (190…240) K for space optical sensors is presented. Heat pipes can be sound practice like heat conducting lines between sensor and radiator particularly at distances more 0.2 m and irreplaceable at distances (0.5…2) m. Embedding heat pipe with radiator allows to create the uniform temperature basis in case of several sensors connection to single radiator and to improve radiator efficiency.
It is analyzed approach to design of thermocontrol and cooling radiative systems with heat pipes to reduce sensitiveness to external light disturbances and to enlarge area of radiative system application. The results of design, thermovacuum test and flight operation of thermocontrol radiative system samples are under discussion as well.
Citation: Baturkin, V., Zhuik, S., Grechina, N., Shcoda, K. et al., "Working Out of Heat Pipes for Low Temperature Radiative Cooling Systems for Space Optic Sensors," SAE Technical Paper 961603, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/961603. Download Citation
V. Baturkin, S. Zhuik, N. Grechina, K. Shcoda, V. Savina, L. Bohne
Kiev Polytechnic Institute
International Conference On Environmental Systems